IWHOD Webinar Series – keeping the IWHOD spirit alive

NEXT WEBINAR

26th April 2021     15:00 hrs – 16:00 hrs (BST)

How HIV has helped us respond to COVID: voices from the frontline

Simon Collins (HIV i-base, London) will be interviewing HIV experts taking a lead in the COVID-19 response:

Prof Karine Lacombe (Clinician at St Antoine Hospital, Paris)
Prof Andrew Boulle (Public Health specialist at University of Cape Town, Cape Town)
Prof Miguel Hernan (Methodologist at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston)
Prof Roger Kouyos (Modeller at University Hospital, Zurich)
Prof Julia Del Amo (Policymaker at Ministry of Health and Social Policy, Madrid)  
For more information and to register, please visit the IWHOD Website

Virtual AIDS 2020 – Late-breaker abstract submission open!

Submissions for late-breaker abstracts for the 23rd International AIDS Conference  are now open. This is an opportunity to showcase your research at the largest virtual conference on HIV in the world.

The late-breaker submission deadline is now 25 May 2020 to allow more time for authors to submit research. We welcome late-breakers that address the implications of COVID-19 for the global HIV response.

Submit your late-breaker here

East Africa IeDEA co-PI Dr. Kara Wools-Kaloustian Named AMPATH North American Co-Director of Research

Kara Wools-Kaloustian, MD, MS, has been named co-director of research (North America) for the AMPATH partnership and director of research for the Indiana University Center for Global Health (IUCGH). Wools-Kaloustian was in the first IU School of Medicine residency class to complete rotations at Moi University and Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Kenya in 1991 and the first fellow to conduct research as part of the partnership in 1992.

https://www.ampathkenya.org/news-blog-feed/2019/9/6/wools-kaloustian-named-ampath-north-american-co-director-of-research

All Africa Meeting 2019 – call for abstracts

IeDEA investigators from all African regions will meet in Johannesburg from October 30-31 2019 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.

We invite early career investigators to submit an abstract for a session on day 1 (30 Oct). The submission deadline is 7 October.

Important to note, this does not have to be a new abstract – it can be one that has been recently presented at a conference.

More information about the conference and the submission link can be found here.

All Africa 2019_draft agenda