The annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI)

The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) is a scientifically focused meeting of the world’s leading researchers working to understand, prevent, and treat HIV/AIDS and its complications. The goal of CROI is to provide a forum for translating laboratory and clinical research into progress against the AIDS epidemic. Over 4,000 leading researchers and clinicians from around the world convene in a different location each year for the Conference.

  • CROI 2015

Location: Seattle, WA, USA
Dates: February 23 to February 26, 2015

  • CROI 2016

Location: Boston, MA, USA
Dates: February 22 to February 25, 2016


Keystone Symposium on HIV Vaccine (X8)

This meeting aims to cover a range of topics including: 1) Initial virus transmission events for vaccine intervention, 2) Non-neutralizing antibody correlates of sterilizing immunity; 3) Epitopes, structures and ontogeny of broadly neutralizing antibodies; 4) Novel vaccine concepts for broadly neutralizing antibody induction; and 5) Immunotherapy. Emphasis will be placed on recent unpublished findings in key areas that hold the greatest promise for rapid progress toward an effective vaccine.

Location: Resort at Squaw Creek, Olympic Valley, California, USA
Dates:  March 20—24, 2016


IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2015)

The scientific programme of the 8th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention aims to provide new insights into HIV disease development, biomedical prevention, clinical care that can lead to novel research directions and help translate theoretical advances into clinical and prevention practice while building evidence for successful programme operations and implementation. It gathers some 6,000 delegates from across the globe.

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Dates: 19-22 July 2015
Webcast: webcasts IAS 2015


21st International AIDS Conference

The AIDS 2016 programme will present new scientific knowledge and offer many opportunities for structured dialogue on the major issues facing the global response to HIV. A variety of session types – from abstract-driven presentations to symposia, bridging and plenary sessions – will meet the needs of various participants. Other related activities, including the Global Village, satellite meetings, exhibitions and affiliated independent events, will contribute to an exceptional opportunity for professional development and networking.

Location: Durban, South Africa
Dates: 17-22 July 2016


HIV Research for Prevention (HIV R4P)

HIV Research for Prevention 2016: AIDS Vaccine, Microbicide and ARV-based Prevention Science (HIVR4P). This meeting features the latest research on all forms of biomedical HIV prevention.

Location: Chicago, USA
Dates: 17-20 October 2016

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