NIH HIV & Women Scientific Workshop: Centering the Health of Women in HIV Research
March 21-22, 2024
9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. ET
Broadcast live on NIH VideoCast
The NIH Office of AIDS Research (OAR) and Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) are hosting a two-day virtual workshop to review the state of the science on HIV and women to inform the future research agenda.
Part of the HIV and Women Signature Program, the workshop will feature a diverse array of HIV-related topics of relevance to women, girls, and gender-diverse people. Session topics will cover the state of science related to HIV and women—with attention on prevention, treatment, cure, and social and structural determinants of health—and highlight interventions and challenges to advance health equity for women with, or affected by, HIV. Workshop speakers include U.S. and international researchers focused on HIV and women’s health, as well as leaders in the HIV advocacy community. View the agenda for Day 1 and Day 2.
- Foster interdisciplinary, intersectional, community-centered knowledge exchange on topics of relevance to HIV and cisgender and transgender women, girls, and gender-diverse people
- Review the state of the science in HIV and women, with attention to prevention, treatment, cure, and social and structural determinants of health
- Highlight modifiable factors, interventions, methods, and challenges to advance health equity for women with, or affected by, HIV
- Identify opportunities to advance health research and foster interdisciplinary collaborations on HIV and women
More About the OAR-ORWH HIV and Women Signature Program
The HIV and Women Signature Program, a joint program of OAR and ORWH, advances the NIH vision for women’s health, a world in which all women, girls, and gender-diverse people receive evidence-based care, prevention, and treatment tailored to their unique needs, circumstances, and goals. The cornerstone of the program is an intersectional, equity-informed, data-driven approach to research on HIV and women. In addition, the program supports women in science careers to meet their full professional potential.