Discovering Australia: a trip to the International Workshop on HIV Pediatrics 2023


A warm welcome to my blog, thank you for joining me for the conference adventures!!! 

Flying to Brisbane, was a beautiful journey, it was my first time going out of India on a long plane journey. I was filled with lots of excitement, emotions, and dedication to making change in society through my reporting. Australia is a unique country, with beautiful places and a deep cultural history. Australians are known for their kind hospitality.

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Penta at IAS and the International Workshop on HIV Pediatrics 2021


This year, at the International Workshop on HIV Pediatrics and IAS our ODYSSEY and SMILE studies and EPIICAL will be presenting abstracts in various sessions.


The International Workshop on HIV Pediatrics 2021 will be taking place from the 16th to the 17th of July 2021. It is considered to be the only meeting entirely devoted to research in the prevention and treatment of HIV infections in infants,

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Paediatric HIV: we are not done yet!


This morning, at the 23rd International AIDS Conference, our collaborator Martina Penazzato provided a plenary speech on pediatric HIV. We met with her and asked for her thoughts on what urgent action we need to take to end AIDS in children.

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HIV-exposed and uninfected children and adolescents focus in this year’s International AIDS Conference


Join the 6th Workshop on Children and Adolescents HIV-exposed and Uninfected (HEU) at 3pm (CEST) on 1st July 2020.

The workshop is part of the pre-conference programme of the International AIDS virtual conference 2020. This is a unique opportunity to focus on the paediatric population and explore health issues and developmental disparities experienced by these patients.
Among speakers, our friend and collaborator Martina Penazzato, will provide an update on the emerging research and policies for HEU children.

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Penta at IAS 2019


We are delighted to announce that the 10th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science has accepted two presentations of interest to the Penta network. The IAS Conference is the world’s most influential meeting on HIV research and its applications. Gathering more than 5,000 participants from over 140 countries, IAS 2019 in Mexico City will present the most critical advances in basic, clinical and operational HIV research that moves science into policy and practice.

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