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The abstract submission for INTEREST 2020 is now open! INTEREST will be held in Windhoek, Namibia from May 5-8, 2020.
Abstract Submission Deadline: January 31, 2020
Abstracts accepted for oral or mini-oral presentation will be eligible for travel and accommodation support.
For more information visit Abstract Submission
Abstracts may be submitted in either English or French in one of the following topic areas:
- Antiretroviral treatment and HIV care
- Community/civil society engagement
- HIV co-infections, including hepatitis, tuberculosis, sexually transmitted infections, and (re)emerging pathogens
- HIV prevention including HIV vaccines and antibodies
- Information technology innovations for HIV (mHealth, electronic records, social media, etc.)
- Knowledge translation to policy and programming
- New PrEP technologies and PrEP rollout
- Regulatory, ethical, and research conduct issues
- Basic science and HIV cure
- Economics, innovative financing, development goals
- Health system strengthening
- HIV and co-morbidities
- Implementation science, cost-effectiveness, and modelling
- Key Populations: prevention and treatment challenges
- Laboratory monitoring/diagnostics
- Paediatrics and prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT)
- Socio-behavioural research
- Structural determinants and interventions
- Stigma and discrimination
- Women and HIV
We are pleased to announce the inaugural group of trainees for the Fogarty-IeDEA Mentorship Program (FIMP)!
- Dyna Khuon from Cambodia
- Johanna Beulah Tria Sornillo from the Philippines
- Central Africa
- Charles Ingabire from Rwanda
- Eric Perfura from Cameroon
- Yanink Caro-Vega from Mexico
- East Africa
- Allan Kendagor Kimaina from Kenya
- Dorean Nabukalu from Uganda
- Southern Africa
- Jabulani Ncayiyana from South Africa
- Tammy Phillips from South Africa
- West Africa
- Désire Lucien Dahourou from Burkina Faso
- Aminu Ababa Yusuf from Nigeria
In collaboration with the Fogarty International Center (FIC) of the US National Institutes of Health, six IeDEA regions working in low- and middle-income countries have created training opportunities for participants of FIC D43 HIV research and training programs, as well as for IeDEA regional investigators.
The FIMP is designed to help trainees develop skills in study design, data management, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of research involving large HIV clinical databases generated within IeDEA. As part of the FIMP, mentees will have access to IeDEA regional data for analyses that are conducted under the supervision of their respective IeDEA regions.
The IeDEA global publication about stunting and growth velocity of adolescents with perinatally acquired HIV was featured in NAM’s aidsmap newsletter.
Read the NAM aidsmap newsletter article here
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This interactive workshop aims to build skills in scientific writing and provides practical information to support new- and early-career HIV researchers, as well as more experienced researchers, in successfully submitting their manuscripts to peer-reviewed journals.
Date: Monday, 2 December 2019
Time: 08:30 – 12:30 (free lunch included)
Location: Lemigo Hotel, KG 624 St, Kigali, Rwanda
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required as space is limited.
Register here until November 22, 2019
The Abstract Mentor Programme (AMP) offers support to less experienced researchers and/or researchers from resource-limited settings, giving them a rare opportunity to improve their abstracts and increase the likelihood of their work being accepted for the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020) programme.
IeDEA investigators from all African regions will meet for the 3rd All Africa Meeting. The focus of this meeting will be on fostering early career investigators, sharing knowledge and methods and developing multiregional research collaborations.