International AIDS Society Abstract Mentor Programme 2020 for HIV researchers.

Application Deadline: 19 December 2019.

The International AIDS Society Abstract Mentor Programme (AMP) was introduced with the objective of helping young or less experienced researchers improve their abstracts ahead of submission, to increase the chance of their work being accepted for presentation at International AIDS or IAS conferences.

The Abstract Mentor Programme (AMP) was introduced at the 15th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2004), with the objective of helping young or less experienced researchers improve their abstracts before submitting them, to increase the chance of their work being accepted for presentation at International AIDS or IAS conferences.

The programme specifically targets researchers from resource-limited settings who lack access to opportunities for rigorous mentoring in research and writing and for whom online distance education can help build research capacity. Over the years, the AMP has proven to increase the motivation of early career researchers, as well as the number of abstract submissions received from resource-limited countries.

The AMP is completely independent of the AIDS 2020 abstract review and selection process.

Submit a draft abstract for mentoring

If you are new to writing scientific abstracts, our expert mentors can provide advice and feedback on how to develop successful abstracts and increase your chances to present at AIDS 2020.

The AMP is a free mentoring programme offered by the International AIDS Society. It includes:

  1. The IAS Scientific Writing[e]Education course.
  2. A maximum of two reviews by expert mentors.

This is a unique chance to improve your writing skills and present your research at the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the International AIDS Society Abstract Mentor Programme 2020

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.