January 8, 2015

The European AIDS Clinical Society wishes to express dismay at the recent violent attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, and to extend our deepest sympathy to the victims’ families, friends, and colleagues.


We denounce the abhorrent act of violence and take a firm stand in favour of freedom of speech and the protection of human liberties, paying homage to all of those who fight and perish believing in the freedom of press and freedom in our society.

December 19, 2014

Message from the President

Dear EACS Members,


It is a great pleasure to, on the brink of the New Year, welcome you on this newly featured EACS website.


A short look back to 2014 shows that we were again very active as a Society in 2014; highlights to mention are the two summer courses, the 12th Advanced HIV Course and the 4th European Clinical Research Course (ECReCO), which were very actively attended by participants from all over the world, with a distinguished faculty enthusiastically teaching both clinical and scientific aspects of HIV.

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December 10, 2014

New Governing Board members

We are pleased to congratulate Cristina Mussini and Cristiana Oprea, the new Governing Board members. Both EACS Regional Representatives, they were elected at the General Assembly held in Glasgow on November 3rd. Welcome to the team! 


A new Administrative Assistant has joined the EACS Secretariat. Welcome to Audrey Desagher!

December 9, 2014

Guidelines - Version 7.1

EACS Treatment Guidelines have been updated: Version 7.1 - November 2014 is now available online. 
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December 9, 2014

Moving to Bastion Tower

EACS Secretariat has now moved to Bastion Tower, in Ixelles. We are located in the center of Brussels, close to Bruxelles-Midi, where international trains arrive. 

There are about 3 direct trains from and to Brussels airport per hour.


Our new address and contact details:

EACS Secretariat

European AIDS Clinical Society
Bastion Tower, Level 20
5, Place du Champ de Mars
1050 Brussels, BELGIUM

T1 +32 2 550 3786

T2 +32 2 550 3785
F +32 2 550 3535


November 21, 2014

European HIV Testing Week

21-28 November 2014


The aim of the European HIV Testing Week is to encourage at risk individuals to get tested. A high number of people are still unaware that they are HIV positive. HIV testing would help diagnose the disease at an early stage and allow quick access to treatment. Talk HIV. Test HIV.” is the focus of this week.

July 20, 2014

In memoriam

The European AIDS Clinical Society is very saddened about the loss of so many members of the international AIDS community on flight MH17. More than 290 people on board MH17, July 17 2014 were en route, many of them to the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia. Joep Lange and his partner Jacqueline van Tongeren were among them.
Joep Lange had been an extraordinary pioneer and charismatic leader since the early days of the AIDS epidemic. As past president of the International AIDS Society and as a leading Dutch academic researcher, he fought continously for the dignity of all HIV-infected people across the world. Joep was a strong voice and committed advocate for access to HIV care for all and especially in Asia and Africa. Throughout the years, he was fearless in speaking truth, in particular in taking public officials to task.
Twelve years ago, during the closing ceremony of the XIVth International AIDS Conference in Barcelona, Joep Lange said "If we can get cold Coca-Cola and beer to every remote corner of Africa, it should not be impossible to do the same with drugs."
His words were an inspiration to us. Later, Joep Lange became the driving force behind the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development.
Many of us knew him as a wonderful friend as well as an outstanding scientific colleague. He was broad of expertise and an outstanding and passionate lecturer. This is an unspeakable loss. He was also a dedicated father of five children.
His partner Jacqueline van Tongeren coordinated many HIV/AIDS and health-related projects. She had worked closely with Joep Lange for many years.
Martine de Schutter and Pim de Kuijer who worked for Dutch NGOs were also on board of flight MH17.
The European AIDS Clinical Society expresses its sincere condolences to all relatives, family members and friends of people on board flight MH17.


July 7, 2014

Standard of Care for HIV and co-infections in Europe EACS meeting

EACS Meeting Standard of Care for HIV and COINFECTIONS in EUROPE
The European AIDS Clinical Society announces with great pleasure the EACS Meeting on Standard of Care for HIV and coinfections in Europe, organized in Rome on November 25-26.


This meeting provides a unique opportunity to share data and dialogue beween leading clinicians and researchers from Europe with all those involved in AIDS and liver disease care.


This meeting is organized in collaboration with the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) under the auspices of the Italian Ministry of Health.

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Educational Programme

Training and educating the next generation of clinicians and researchers is an EACS core activity.

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EACS Treatment Guidelines updated

The EACS Treatment Guidelines 9.0 and the app are available for free on

Apple Store and Google Play Store

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17th European AIDS Conference

November 6-9, 2019 Basel, Switzerland

Conference website