Abstract submissions are now being accepted for IAS 2021 – the 11th IAS Conference on HIV Science – taking place virtually from 18-24 July, 2021. Submissions will be accepted until 10 February 2021.
The Conference welcome original HIV research that introduces novel ideas or that deepens understanding through analysis of successes and failures in the global HIV response.
Submit your abstracts in the following tracks:
- Track A: Basic Science
- Track B: Clinical Science
- Track C: Prevention Science
- Track D: Social, Behavioural and Implementation Science
IAS 2021 will connect the scientific community around cutting-edge HIV research, clinical innovation and global pandemic responses. Participants can expect a full conference experience via an easy-to-use digital platform that connects researchers, health care providers and policy makers to strengthen the HIV response in the face of the current global health challenges.
The conference will be held virtually from 18-21 July 2021. Registration opens in February 2021.
Call for Abstracts
The conference encourage work that introduces new ideas, concepts and research and deepens understanding in the field, as well as analyses of both successes and failures. Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting your abstract:
- Abstracts can be submitted only online via the conference account on our website, www.ias2021.org. Submissions by fax, post or email will not be considered.
- All abstracts must be written in English.
- It is the author’s responsibility to submit an abstract with the correct wording. Any errors in spelling, grammar or scientific fact in the abstract text will be reproduced exactly as typed by the author. Abstract titles will be subject to a spellcheck if the abstract is selected for presentation.
A small number of late–breaker abstracts will be accepted for oral or poster presentation at the conference.
The late–breaker abstract submission will be open from 20 April to 10 May 2021. Late–breaker submissions must introduce data of unquestioned significance that meet a high threshold of scientific merit.
During abstract submission, authors will have to justify why their abstract should be considered as a late breaker. The same submission rules apply for late–breaker abstracts as for regular abstracts, but each presenting author may present only one late–breaker abstract at the conference.
The percentage of abstracts selected for late breakers will depend on the number of submissions, but selection will be far more rigorous than for regular abstracts.
Follow the Link Below to Submit An Abstract