VIDEO INTERVIEWS TAKEN DURING THE 17th ICASA 2013 ISC MEETING IN CAPE TOWN
17th ICASA CONFERENCE 2013
THE BIGGEST AIDS CONFERENCE IN AFRICA.
10 000 DELEGATES EXPECTED
ICASA Young Investigator Award
To encourage young researchers and to recognize excellence, 17th ICASA 2013 will present the Young Investigator Award in each track. To be eligible, the presenting author of an abstract must be no older than 35 years of age on 7 December 2013. The prize supports young researchers who demonstrate excellence in the area of research programs related to the scale up of prevention and treatment interventions in resource-limited settings. To be eligible for nomination, presenting authors of the abstract must be no older than 35 years of age on 7th December 2013 and is a citizen of a low/middle income country (according to the World Bank classification). The research must have been carried out in a low/middle income country and must, directly or indirectly, be related to increasing access to prevention and/or treatment in resource-constrained settings. A prize of US $2,000 will be given to the highest scoring abstract which meets the above criteria for each of the conference tracks.
The Young Investigator Prize: Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS
This prize will be awarded to a young woman investigator from a resource-limited setting whose abstract most demonstrates excellence in research and/or practice that address women, girls and gender issues related to HIV and AIDS. To be eligible, the presenting author must be a woman, from a low/middle income country (according to the World Bank classification), no older than 35 years of age on 7 December 2013, and the investigation must have taken place in a low/middle income country. An award of US $3,000 will be awarded by the 17th ICASA 2013.
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