WELCOME TO IAS 2015
Register for IAS 2015
Online systems for the 8th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention (IAS 2015) are open. Through your conference profile, you can:
Before you can register and book your accommodation, you will need to create an online conference profile in order to enter the registration system. If you already have a conference profile from previous IAS or AIDS conferences, you can use the same login details.
Programme-at-a-Glance and itinerary builder
The entire IAS 2015 programme
is now available online through the Programme-at-a-Glance (PAG). All sessions, satellites and other programme activities are listed. Links to abstracts, slide presentations, webcasts, key sessions, rapporteur reports and e-posters will be added as they are available.
You can use the Programme-at-a-Glance to view topic-focused roadmaps and build your own personalized itinerary, which allows you to select individual sessions and print out your attendance plan. You may use your conference profile to save your itinerary. The Programme-at-a-Glance is available here: http://pag.ias2015.org/
Programme-at-a-Glance for mobile devices
Third Party Press Conferences
The IAS 2015 Media Centre has one press conference room. When not in use by conference organizers, the press conference room will be available for use by third parties. Read more...
IAS 2015 Programme: plenary speakers confirmed
All invited plenary speakers are confirmed, among them Ambassador Deborah Birx (USA), Fábio Mesquita (Brazil), Glenda Gray (South Africa), Roy M. Gulick (USA), and Francois Venter (South Africa). Topics of non-abstract driven sessions range from “Bioinformatics Bootcamp”, and “Shock and Kill Approaches for Latency Reactivation” to “Structural Interventions for Key Populations” and “HIV and HCV Prevention for People Who Use Drugs”.
Find out more about plenary sessions
Submit an Affiliated Independent Event
Are you planning an event in or around Vancouver that coincides with IAS 2015? If so, why not link it to the conference as an Affiliated Independent Event? In the past, Affiliated Independent Events have included meetings, forums, cultural events, galas and performances. Affiliated Independent Events should reflect and/or support the vision and goals of the conference whilst addressing HIV and AIDS, co-infections or issues faced by individuals or organizations affected by or responding to HIV and AIDS. Read more…