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  • Date: July 18-21, 2021
  • Location: Virtual event with a local partner hub in Berlin

The 11th International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference on HIV Science will be a virtual event with a local partner hub in Berlin on Sunday, July 18 through Wednesday, July 21, 2021.

ICAP staff will support satellite sessions, share e-posters and oral presentations, and participate in the International Workshop on HIV Pediatrics 2021.

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Satellite Sessions:

July 18, 19:00- 20:30 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

Speakers Include: Elaine Abrams, ICAP; Fatima Tsiouris, ICAP; Aleny Couto, Mozambique Ministry of Health; Angela Mushavi, Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care; Robinah Babirye, APV+

July 18, 21:00- 22:30 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

Speakers Include: Jessica Justman, ICAP

July 19, 19:00- 20:30 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

Speakers Include: Miriam Rabkin, ICAP; Carol Camlin, University of California San Francisco; Andrea Low, ICAP; Jibrin Bilkisu, Federal Ministry of Health, National HIV/AIDS, STIs & Hepatitis Control Programme (NASCP); Olawale Fadare, ICAP; Hélder Macul, Ministry of Health, National STI/HIV/AIDS Control Program; Shambel Aragaw, ICAP

July 19, 21:00- 22:30 (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

Speakers Include: Peter Preko, ICAP; Catherine Godfrey, OGAC/PEPFAR; Tiffany Harris, ICAP; Sage Semafera, Rwanda National Network of People Living with HIV; Henry Zakumumpa, Makerere University; Koffi Simplice Bohoussou,PLNS/MOH Cote d’Ivoire; Zenebe Melaku, ICAP; Akudo Ikpeazu, NASCPH/MOH Nigeria

Oral Presentation:

  • “Optimizing antiretroviral treatment and viral suppression for adolescents and young people living with HIV by implementing Operation Triple Zero (OTZ) in four states in Nigeria”

Speakers Include: Franklin Emerenini, Ruby Fayorsey, Olawale Fadare, Ejike Okwor, Izuchukwu Umahi, Samuel Orisayomi, Richard Opara, Chibudem Momah, Emmanuel Atuma

E-Posters:

International Workshop on HIV Pediatrics 2021:

  • E-poster: “Missed opportunities for prevention of vertical HIV transmission and early infant antiretroviral treatment in Eswatini” (Reidy W, Kamiru H, Nhlabatsi N, Mthethwa N, Tsiouris F, Parmley L, Sahabo R, Abrams E)
  • E-poster: “The Journey from a Positive HIV Self-test to Linkage and Treatment: Barriers and Enablers Among Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Zambia” (Chipungu J, Mwamba C, Rabkin M, Bolton C, Abrams E, Msukwa M, Kasonde P, Sundano L, Zech J, Zerbe A, Boccanera R, Sharma A)
  • Oral presentation: “Optimizing antiretroviral treatment and viral suppression for adolescents and young people living with HIV by implementing Operation Triple Zero (OTZ) in four states in Nigeria” (Speakers include: Franklin Emerenini, Ruby Fayorsey, Olawale Fadare, Ejike Okwor, Izuchukwu Umahi, Samuel Orisayomi, Richard Opara, Chidubem Momah, Emmanuel Atuma)

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