EACS News

April 2, 2019

17th European AIDS Conference - Sign up early!

Online registration, abstract and clinical cases submission and scholarship applications for the 17th European AIDS Conference are now open. 

Read more and sign up here.

March 11, 2019

Spring European Testing Week

17-24 May 2019

 

The second Spring European Testing Week will take place on 17-24 May 2019. European Testing Week is a European campaign that encourages partner organisations - in community, health care and policy institutions - throughout Europe to unite for one week (during Spring and Autumn) to increase testing efforts and promote awareness on the benefits of earlier hepatitis and HIV testing. This initiative has progressed since its start in 2013 and has grown to be a widely recognised European event with hundreds of organisations participating every year.
To read more about European Testing Week and to register to participate, visit https://bit.ly/2U2C2oQ
To find your nearest testing centre, use the European Test Finder here: www.aidsmap.com/european-test-finder

 

March 6, 2019

London patient in long-term HIV remission after stem cell transplant

A London man has no remaining detectable HIV a year and a half after undergoing a bone marrow stem cell transplant to treat lymphoma, according to a presentation at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2019), taking place this week in Seattle.

Read the full article on aidsmap

February 15, 2019

EACS Medical Exchange Programme - Applications open

14 February - 2 April 2019

 

We are now launching another edition of our Medical Exchange Programme. This programme offers young professionals the opportunity to further their clinical experience within specialised HIV units or to enhance their clinical research skills. It is based on a clinical or research project relevant to the field of HIV/coinfections.

Applications are open until April 2,2019(23:59 CET-Brussels time).

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February 11, 2019

In memoriam of Andrea De Luca

Andrea De Luca just passed away. He was a visionary person, as a clinician, a researcher and a teacher, with an incredible passion for his work and his fellows. He was a real European, not only because of the collaborations, but as a state of mind. His efforts in creating an HIV resistance network explain perfectly is concept of research. He really pursued an idea of science without borders. His utopist idea was to work in developing countries the same way we work in our European countries and with the Dream project he succeeded.  As a human being he was a friend who liked to listen, who was very generous of time and teaching with his fellows and who incredibly loved his children. For all these reasons, what we feel today a profound sense of emptiness. We, as European HIV clinicians, will miss his ideas, his smile and his kindness. 

February 5, 2019

17th European AIDS Conference - Save the date !

The next biennial European AIDS Conference will be organised in Basel from November 6-9, 2019.
Online registration, abstract submission, clinical case submission, scholarship application and accommodation booking open on March 15, 2019

For the first time, the main sessions will be translated into Russian. We are confident that this will give Eastern-Central European countries the opportunity to increase their participation.

More information

January 17, 2019

HIV Summer School 2019

30 August - 3 September 2019

 

The applications are now open. The course will take place from August 30 to September 3, 2019, in Montpellier, France.

The deadline to apply is March 17, 2019.

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January 10, 2019

Peter Reiss for Amsterdammer of the Year

We are proud that one of our Governing members, Peter Reiss has been nominated for Amsterdammer of the Year. His nomination is an opportunity to stress the continued importance of HIV among the general public.

 

Amsterdammer of the Year is organised by the Amsterdammer of the Year Foundation. This annual award recognises citizens who have made an outstanding contribution to the city and elevated the profile of Amsterdam in a meaningful way. Peter is nominated for his decades-long contributions to HIV both inside and outside of Amsterdam, including in his role as local co-chair for AIDS 2018.

 

Peter is one of 10 nominees; the winner will be determined through voting on the organisation’s website:http://amsterdammervanhetjaar.nl/nominaties/ (where it says “STEM” is where you vote; STEM = VOTE)

 

Voting is open until January 19 and the winner will be announced the following day.

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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