10th IAS Conference on HIV Science | 21-24 July 2019 | Mexico City, Mexico

IAS 2019 Programme

The IAS 2019 programme features the most critical advances in basic, clinical and operational research that moves science into policy and practice. With a diverse programme with over 90 sessions, delegates can expect to see the most breaking science of the year.

Mobile app

The official IAS 2019 mobile is now live on both the App Store and Google Play.

Download the mobile app to browse all conference sessions, receive live updates, view the venue floorplan, and start planning your IAS 2019 daily schedule today.

Programme Online

The Programme Online is your main source of all primary conference content. It includes session information, schedules, room numbers, speakers and more. It also offers topic-specific roadmaps and the ability to create a personalized itinerary to help guide your delegate experience.

The programme preview of the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) is now available featuring the confirmed symposia and plenary sessions.


The IAS 2019 features some of the world’s most distinguished HIV scientists, policy specialists, and community leaders presenting on the most important scientific topics. Speakers will be announced starting in February 2019.

Sessions types

The IAS 2019 programme is offered in a diverse variety of formats, which include:

Plenary sessions
Abstract sessions
Bridging sessions
Symposia sessions
Rapporteur summaries

Abstract submissions

Present your research on a global stage

The abstracts accepted into the conference programme help shape the scientific programming, which is organized in the following scientific tracks:

  • Track A: Basic science
  • Track B: Clinical science
  • Track C: Prevention science
  • Track D: Social, behavioural and implementation science

The scientific track is the general heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and, if accepted, later published in the conference programme. Read the full scope and objectives and choose the scientific track that best describes the subject of your abstract.

Prizes and awards

The IAS and its partners sponsor a number of scientific prizes and awards to provide incentives to promising young and established researchers doing outstanding work in HIV research. Top scoring abstracts accepted to the conference will be automatically considered for many of the prizes and awards.