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IAS 2019 Network Presentations
The 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019)​ will place from July 21-24​ at Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City, Mexico.

To view the full online conference program, click here.
To view the program at a glance, click here​

Listings and links to accepted presentations by network can be found below.



  • Safety and virologic effect of the HIV-1 broadly neutralizing antibodies, VRC01LS or VRC07-523LS, administered to HIV-infected adults in a phase 1 clinical trial 
    • Session: Mission Remission: Challenge Accepted (Oral Abstract Session Track A - Basic Science)​
    • Date/Time: Wednesday 24 July, 16:30-18:00
    • Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1
    • Presenter: Grace Chen
    • Abstract Code: WEAA0305LB
  • Long-term outcomes in a large randomized trial of HIV Salvage therapy: 96-week final results of AIDS clinical trials group study A5241 (OPTIONS)
    • Session: Poster Exhibition
    • ​Date/Time: Monday 22 July, 12:30-14:30
    • Venue: Exhibition (Sala B)
    • Presenter: Karen Tashima
    • Abstract Code: MOPEB235​
  • Prevention solutions for the next generation: Highlighting adolescent research in the NIH HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks and the Adolescent Trials Network
    • Session: Non-Commercial Satellite
    • Date/Time: Monday 22 July, 7:00-8:30​
    • Venue: Casa Montejo 1
    • Organizer: HANC/Youth Prevention Research Working Group (YPRWG)
    • Abstract Code: MOSA04​
    • Link to session flyer​
  • An HIV vaccine to prevent HIV acquisition
    • Session: Non-commercial Satellite
    • Date/Time: Sunday 21 July, 17:00-19:00
    • Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1
    • Organizer: HVTN
    • Abstract Code: SUSA20
  • The game-changing nature of early and ongoing community engagement in HIV prevention efficacy trials: The AMP studies' experience (HVTN 703/HPTN 081 & HVTN 704/HPTN 085) 
    • Session: Research by and for whom? Community engagement in research (Oral Abstract Session Track D)
    • Date/Time: Tuesday 23 July, 11:00-12:30 p.m.
    • Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1
    • Presenter: Michele Andrasik
    • Abstract Code: TUAD0104

  • Upping the ante: Prevention for impact
    • Session: Oral Abstract Session Track C – Prevention Science
    • Date/Time:  Tuesday, 23 July, 14:30-16:00
    • Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 2
    • Presenter:  Jared Baeten
    • Abstract Code: TUAC02
  • A method to quantify dapivirine in small hair samples as a metric of adherence and exposure to the dapivirine vaginal ring 
    • Session: Poster Exhibition 
    • Date/Time:  Monday, 22 July, 12:30-14:30
    • Venue:  Exhibition (Sala B)
    • Presenters:  Hideaki Okochi and Monica Gandhi
    • Abstract Code:  MOPEB135
  • Provision of residual drug level results from the dapivirine ring open label extension study:  Participant reactions and explanations during a qualitative ancillary study (MTN-032)
    • Session: Poster Exhibition
    • Date/Time:  Wednesday, 24 July, 12:30-14:30
    • Venue:  Exhibition (Sala B)
    • Presenters:  Kogieleum Naidoo
    • Abstract Code:  WEPEC494
  • Multisite qualitative evaluation of microbicide/PrEP acceptability among mothers and male partners in Africa: The MAMMA study 
    • Session:  Poster Exhibition
    • Date/Time:  Wednesday, 24 July, 12:30-14:30
    • Venue:  Exhibition (Sala B)
    • Presenters:  Ariane van der Straten
    • Abstract Code: WEPED835​ 

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