IAS 2023, the 12th IAS Conference on HIV Science, will feature the latest science on HIV prevention – from voluntary medical male circumcision to PrEP access among trans women and men who have sex with men.

Register for IAS 2023 today and join thousands of HIV professionals in Brisbane, Australia, and virtually from 23 to 26 July 2023.

Expect to find the latest research on PrEP, medical male circumcision, long-acting injectable cabotegravir, mpox and much more. HIV prevention scientific highlights include:

  • Results from a randomized controlled trial examining the efficacy of voluntary medical male circumcision in preventing HIV among men who have sex with men
  • New insights on PrEP access, preferences and uptake, including the largest-ever study to measure unmet need for PrEP among trans women and men who have sex with men in Asia
  • An important study examining whether PrEP use during pregnancy is associated with lower bone mineral density in young children
  • Results from a study examining the cost effectiveness of long-acting injectable cabotegravir (CAB-LA) as PrEP among adolescent girls and young women in South Africa
  • New evidence from Zimbabwe that the dapivirine vaginal ring is an acceptable and feasible alternative to daily oral PrEP for HIV prevention
  • The latest research on mpox, including mpox/HIV co-infection and mpox vaccine uptake

Meet the featured speakers

IAS 2023 will feature an exciting line-up of leading experts highlighting the latest in cutting-edge HIV research and its applications.

View the programme

Browse thought-provoking symposia, oral abstract sessions and satellites symposia featuring captivating keynote presentations and expert-led invited-speaker sessions.

About IAS 2023

The IAS Conference on HIV Science is the world’s most influential meeting on HIV research and its applications. This biennial conference presents the critical advances in basic, clinical and operational HIV research that move science into policy and practice.

IAS 2023, being held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, will shine a spotlight on the world’s advances in HIV research.