The presentations of the online global meeting remain accessible to registered participants through October 7 on the meeting website.
All early-stage investigator video posters can be found on the IeDEA YouTube channel.
We are pleased to welcome new leadership for IeDEA’s Working Groups. Marcel Yotebieng, co-PI of Central Africa IeDEAis joining Jonathan Golub of IeDEA Asia-Pacific as co-Chair of the Tuberculosis and Lung Health Working Group. Chad Achenbach of NA-ACCORD and Jessica Castilho, who works with both CCASAnet and NA-ACCORD, will co-Chair the Cancer Working Group. Our new TB-Sentinel Research Network will be co-Chaired by Olivier Marcy (West Africa) and Leslie Enane (East Africa), which will begin a multiregional, prospective cohort study across six IeDEA regions in 2021.
Thanks to our outgoing co-Chairs Amita Gupta (TB and Lung Health) and Julia Bohlius and Jeff Martin (Cancer) for their many years of support.
Between 2016-2020, IeDEA has published over 500 regional and multiregional papers, making substantial contributions to advancing the fields of HIV-related clinical and social science, epidemiology, and data methods and harmonization. Our 7 regions are ready to implement a new set of innovative research agendas that will leverage the HIV cohort databases we have been building for 15 years and the partnerships we have established with local investigators in 44 countries.
Thanks (and congratulations) to the many people around the world who have helped IeDEA to become a force for inclusive science and collaboration.
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:
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
The IeDEA Global Cohort Consortium Research Highlights from 2019 are now online – check them out here
Scholarship applications close 23 January 2020.
Submit your application here