A conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci on transformations in HIV research

Every year, the International AIDS Society (IAS) holds the largest open scientific conference on HIV and AIDS-related issues. This year’s conference, IAS 2017, will take place in July in Paris. FHI 360 is a media partner with IAS 2017, and in the lead-up to this year’s conference, we are coordinating Facebook Live conversations with experts who will be speaking there.

One U.S. expert who will present at the conference is Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Fauci was recently in Washington, DC, to speak at the annual meeting of the HIV Prevention Trials Network. After his plenary talk, Dr. Fauci sat down with FHI 360’s Dr. Otto Chabikuli, Director of Global Health, Population and Nutrition, for a Facebook Live chat on the science of HIV. Dr. Fauci talked about his experience working in HIV research for more than 35 years, addressing issues such as what a cure for HIV might look like, the multiple ways to prevent HIV infection, treatment as prevention, and the projects that his team is currently working on.

Watch the video.

As a media partner, FHI 360 is providing digital communications support to IAS 2017 Access and is managing the conference’s live coverage hub on Crowd 360. Crowd 360 is FHI 360’s online engagement hub, a conversation space that enables anyone with internet access to share information about important evidence, scientific advances and thought leadership that are presented at health and international development conferences in the United States and around the world.

For more information on IAS 2017, visit the conference website.

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