22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam

22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam


Leading health and science experts to headline AIDS 2018

22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), which will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 23 to 27 July 2018.
Plenary sessions bring all conference delegates together at the first session of every morning.

The English Prince Harry visits the international AIDS conference AIDS 2018 in the Amsterdam Rai on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 July.

The International AIDS Conference is the largest conference on any global health or development issue in the world. First convened during the peak of the AIDS epidemic in 1985, it continues to provide a unique forum for the intersection of science, advocacy, and human rights. Each conference is an opportunity to strengthen policies and programmes that ensure an evidence-based response to the epidemic. The next International AIDS Conference, AIDS 2018, will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 23 to 27 July 2018.

The Plenary Programme of the International AIDS Conference is a reflection of the key issues facing both the HIV/AIDS sector and the broader global health community.

In Eastern Europe continues to be home to the fastest-growing HIV/AIDS epidemic in the world today.

Several of the AIDS 2018 plenary speakers are the right experts to lead those discussions forward.

Tuesday, 24 July 2018
- Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response The epidemiology and vulnerability of missing and indigenous populations Stefan Baral, United States Exploring innovation around HIV and substance use Anna Deryabina,Kazakhstan Olena Stryzhak,Ukraine Courage in leadership: National leadership toward human rights in the HIV response Maneesh Gobin,Mauritius

Wednesday, 25 July 2018
- Building bridges from scientific innovation to implementation The newest science in the search for a cure and vaccine Brad Jones, United States ART 2018 – Moving into the integrase era Pedro Cahn,Argentina Making the treatment cascade work in vulnerable and key populations David Malebranche,United States.

Thursday, 26 July 2018
- Breaking barriers and building bridges between our responses toward universal health Understanding the intersecting syndemics of communicable and non-communicable diseases Emily Hyle,United States Global health and the HIV response Peter Piot,United Kingdom Leaving no one behind: A call to action Yana Panfilova,Ukraine

Friday, 27 July 2018
- Building bridges for the next generation Understanding adolescent neurocognitive development in the context of HIV treatment, prevention and care Anne-Lise Goddings, United Kingdom Growing into leadership for an efficient HIV response Romesa Roy William,Pakistan O’Cindy Cynthia Samuels,Guyana Gautam Yadav, India

The International AIDS Society (IAS) is founded in 1988, the International AIDS Society (IAS) is the world’s largest association of HIV professionals, with members from more than 180 countries. IAS Members work on all fronts of the global response to AIDS and include researchers, clinicians, policy and programme planners, and public health and community practitioners.

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