The South African Research Ethics Training Initiative – call for applications
The call for applications is now open and applications close on Friday, 30 July 2021.
The SARETI programme offers PhD leadership training in research ethics to professionals involved with health research in Africa. It will train African candidates who have interests compatible with one or more of the following three themes that will provide a thematic focus to the programme:
- Improving health research systems in Africa through research ethics leadership
- Improving effectiveness and efficiency of ethics review systems through research ethics leadership
- Maximising social value of research in Africa through research ethics leadership
More information can be found here.
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 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)
CROI 2021 will take place virtually from March 6 to 10, 2021.
All abstracts presenting new research in HIV infection and other emerging viral infections such as hepatitis C virus or COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 are eligible for submission. The Scientific Program Committee and external reviewers select submissions on the basis of their medical and scientific significance, timeliness, quality of data and methodology. For more information visit the CROI 2021 website.
The IAS COVID-19 Conference: Prevention will address the latest in prevention related science, policy and practice. The conference will take place virtually on Tuesday, 2 February 2021 and will include invited-speaker sessions and abstract presentations.
For more information click here