Mapping Pathways is a multi-national project to develop and nurture a research-driven, community-led global understanding of the emerging evidence base around the adoption of antiretroviral-based prevention strategies to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The evidence base is more than results from clinical trials - it must include stakeholder and community perspectives as well.

14 January 2012

Microbicides 2012 Registration is Open!

ASHM Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference 2011"To share in the latest developments in HIV prevention through microbicides and other technologies, this is the conference to attend. The conference is the key event in the microbicides world, where cutting edge research will be presented by world experts, and you will have a chance to interact with people involved at every level of microbicides development "-Professor John Kaldor, The Kirby Institute and Conference co-Chair

Come to Sydney in April for the 2012 International Microbicides Conference - 'From Discovery to Delivery', with state of the art plenary lectures on microbicides and other aspects of HIV prevention research, cross-disciplinary symposia, oral abstracts, and poster sessions.

M2012 will be a global forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest information on microbicides and oral pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention and their interface with other prevention strategies. There will be a strong emphasis on the role of community in both research and implementation of scientific findings. The conference is interdisciplinary, and will include basic science, pharmacokinetics, formulation and delivery, clinical research, public health, prevention science, and social and behavioural research.

Why Should You Come?

1. LEARN... From experts from around the world who will speak on key issues in HIV prevention technologies.
2. NETWORK... with a cross-disciplinary group of researchers, community representatives and policy makers, to support you in applying new approaches and perspectives in your work.
3. PARTICIPATE... in sessions that will range from state of the art lectures, to debates on hot topics in microbicides development.

Learn more here!

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