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IAS Young Investigator Awards
To encourage young researchers, the IAS has established the Young Investigator Awards. The prize will be US$1,000 for the XVII International AIDS Conference and will be given to the top-scoring abstract in each of the five track categories:
  • Track A: Biology and Pathogenesis of HIV
  • Track B: Clinical Research, Treatment and Care
  • Track C: Epidemiology, Prevention and Prevention Research
  • Track D: Social, Behavioural and Economic Science
  • Track E: Policy and Political Science

To be eligible, the presenting author of the abstract must be no older than 35 years of age on 3 August 2008.

If an abstract submitter meets the criteria and would like to be considered for the award, they need to tick the relevant box when they submit their abstract(s).

ANRS/IAS Prize
To support young researchers for excellence in the area of research programmes in low/middle income countries, the ANRS (Agence nationale de recherches sur le sida) together with the IAS will the present the US$3,000 ANRS/IAS Prize.

To be eligible for nomination, abstracts must meet the following criteria:
  • The presenting author must be under 35 years of age on 3 August 2008
  • The presenting author must be a citizen of a low/middle income country
  • The research must have been carried out in a low/middle income country
  • The research must, directly or indirectly, be related to increasing access to prevention and/or treatment in resource-constrained settings

If an abstract submitter meets the criteria and would like to be considered for the prize, they need to tick the relevant box when they submit their abstract(s).


IAS/ICRW Young Women investigator prize
IAS/ICRW Young Woman investigator prize will be awarded to a young woman/women investigator/s from a low/middle income country whose abstract demonstrates excellence in research and/or practice that addresses women, girls and gender issues related to HIV/AIDS. The US$3,000 prize is jointly funded by the IAS and ICRW and supported by ICW.

The ICRW, ICW and IAS hope that establishing this prize will serve both to highlight the challenges faced by women and girls in this epidemic and to encourage young women investigators from low/middle income countries to pursue research in this area.

To be eligible for nomination, abstracts must meet the following criteria:
  • The investigator is a woman under 35 years of age by 3 August 2008
  • The abstract is accepted by the Scientific Programme Committee for oral or poster presentation
  • The investigator is from a low/middle income country
  • The investigation has taken place in a low/middle income country
  • The abstract is related to research and/or practice that addresses women, girls and gender issues related to HIV/AIDS
If an abstract submitter meets the criteria and would like to be considered for the prize, they need to tick the relevant box when they submit their abstract(s).

There are no separate application processes for the IAS Young Investigator Award, ANRS/IAS Prize and IAS/ICRW Young Women investigator prize, so authors who wish to be considered must indicate so on the abstract submission form.





Red Ribbon Award
An international award celebrating community action on AIDS to honour grassroots leadership in fighting the AIDS epidemic.

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