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FIMP 2022-24 trainees selected!

Meet our 2022-2024 Fogarty-IeDEA Mentorship Program (FIMP) Trainees!

 

The members of our 2022-2024 Fogarty-IeDEA Mentorship Program (FIMP) Trainee Class have been selected. The 12 investigators from 10 countries will work with our regional data centers on adult and pediatric cohort analyses.

Congratulations and welcome to:

  • Smita Nimkar and Maylin Palatino from Asia-Pacific
  • Fernanda Fonseca and Genesis Huerta Vera from CCASAnet
  • Martin Ekat and Faustin Kanyabwisha from Central Africa
  • Marion Achieng Kariuki and Nelson Kalema from East Africa
  • Benson Hamooya and Billy Tsima from Southern Africa
  • Ebiere Clara Herbertson and Temitope Wunmi Ladi-Akinyemi from West Africa

Trainee profiles: Fogarty-IeDEA Mentorship Program 2022-2024 

JIAS – call for abstracts on “Ageing with HIV”

Call for abstracts for Journal of the International AIDS Society (JIAS) supplement “Ageing with HIV”

The Journal of the International AIDS Society (JIAS) has issued a call for abstracts for research articles for their planned supplement “Ageing with HIV” (scheduled to be published in October 2022).

Deadline: 1 December 2021.

For more details see the following link.

Abstract Submission for IWHOD closes 13 December!

The 24th Workshop on HIV and Hepatitis Observational Databases (IWHOD) will be held  in Seville, Spain from March 24-26, 2022.

The 24th Workshop on HIV and Hepatitis Observational Databases (IWHOD) will be held  in Seville, Spain from March 24-26, 2022.

All important deadlines at one glance:

  • Abstract submission deadline: Monday, 13th December 2021 (17.00 GMT)
  • Abstract selection and final programme by Scientific Committee: late January 2022
  • Abstract status will be notified by the first week of February 2022

For more information visit the IWHOD website.

IeDEA Treat All Dashboard

IeDEA is excited to share news of the launch of the IeDEA Treat All Dashboard…

IeDEA is excited to share news of the launch of the IeDEA Treat All Dashboard, which aims to disseminate data on spatial and temporal trends related to patient enrollment in HIV care, timely treatment initiation, and viral load suppression at HIV clinics in Central, East, Southern and West Africa that participate in IeDEA. The Dashboard also displays metrics related to CD4 testing and CD4 cell count at care enrollment.

Interactive features enable users to view metrics for and within each IeDEA region, stratify data by sex and age group, and assess the precision of certain estimates with the display of 95% confidence intervals and interquartile ranges.

We hope the IeDEA Treat All Dashboard will be a useful resource for IeDEA partners involved in the local, national and international response to the HIV epidemic, as well as a broad array of researchers and decision-makers.

Visit the IeDEA Treat All Dashboard.

MeSH Webinar Series: Fixing the leaks in the 95-95-95 Cascade: A case study for recent infection surveillance data use in Namibia

During this second part of the MeSH Webinar series, Ndeshi Conteh and Susie Welty from the University of Carolina, San Francisco will present a case study for recent infection surveillance data use from Namibia.

Date & time: 15th of September 12:00-13:00 BST
Zoom link: https://lshtm.zoom.us/j/91740624491

For more information, visit the MeSH Website.