Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
Language Requirement Not Required
Opportunity Type : Fully FundedPartially Funded
Language of Instruction English
Opportunity ID 105747
Registration for the 11th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2021) is now open. IAS will connect the global scientific community around leading-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 policymakers to boost the global HIV response in the face of the current global health challenges.
Deadline: February 26, 2021, 23:59 CET
Organizer: International AIDS Society (IAS)
Notification of result: Early May 2021
IAS Scholarship programs
As part of the conference, there are two types of scholarships offered to participants.
- The IAS Conference Scholarship, and 2. Media Scholarship
The scholarship Programmes are key additions of the conference as they have a significant impact on the participation of individuals from resource-limited settings at the conference, and in turn, contribute to the global educational influence of the conference.
The Scholarship provides full registration to eligible applicants while supporting individuals who contribute to the conference program, along with applicants who are able to demonstrate that they will apply the skills and knowledge attained at the conference to the work they do in their own organizations and communities.
Additionally, the Media Scholars will get the chance to participate in the IAS 2021 Journalist Fellowship program that will be conducted virtually.
What do fellows receive?
Fellows will feature live and recorded online training with breakthrough HIV treatment, care and prevention research and implementation experts. The program will provide special resources for Journalist Fellows, dedicated access to conference chairs and other key speakers as well as special online briefings throughout the conference.
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- The conference participation is open to eligible applicants worldwide.
- The scholarship program is available to everyone across the world working or volunteering in the area of HIV.
- Community representatives, healthcare personnel, junior investigators, and media representatives can apply for IAS 2021 scholarship.
- Applicants should be at least 18 years old at the time of the conference.
The following groups are given preference:
- Abstract presenters
- Those whose participation will benefit their work in their communities
- Those who can transfer their gained skills and knowledge to their community
- Delegates from less wealthy countries
- Those who pertain to key social groups including people who live with HIV
Note: General delegates and abstract presenters who wish to secure financial support to attend the conference need to submit a scholarship application form and a letter of recommendation from a manager, colleague/peer. Media scholarship applicants will also be asked to present media licenses and supporting material for their application.
Incomplete application forms and late submission of letters will result in your disqualification.
How to apply?
You can submit your conference and scholarship application through the IAC Conference profile linked below.
Please note that email applications are not accepted. And, complete your IAS Profile before you begin your application.
Visit the IAS 2021 for more details specially the abstracts and submission deadline.
Read the FAQ here to get fully aware of IAS 2021 and its dependents.