There are just two weeks until AIDS 2022, the 24th International AIDS Conference, kicks off. Take a look at some of the late-breaking science you can expect at the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS in Montreal, Canada, and virtually.
AIDS 2022 will take place from 29 July to 2 August, with pre-conferences commencing on 27 July. Register now.
Late-breaking studies presented at the conference will include:
- A population-based survey documenting historic new progress in Botswana towards the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets
- Research assessing stigma as a determinant of HIV and sexually transmitted infection diagnosis among men who have sex with men
- A multi-country study documenting the negative impact of COVID-19 on key populations, particularly sex workers
- Innovations in microfluidics and transcriptional programmes of HIV silencing and cell survival
- Insights into the prevalence of intact HIV genomes in children living with HIV
- New lessons learnt from implementation of HIV self-testing in multiple countries
See what to expect
AIDS 2022 will call on the world to come together to re-engage and follow the science. It will define future research agendas, shift latest evidence to action, and chart a new consensus on overcoming the HIV epidemic as a threat to public health and individual well-being. Find out more.
View the programme
The programme offers a range of topics exploring Indigenous responses to HIV, surveillance ethics, health innovation, quality healthcare, HIV cure and vaccine research and much more.
Browse through hundreds of sessions and activities, including opening and closing sessions, plenary presentations, invited-speaker symposia, Global Village activities, abstracts, satellite symposia, workshops and exhibitions.