About UNAIDS Science now

Now hosted by the Office of the UNAIDS Science Panel under the Office of the Deputy Executive Director of Programme, UNAIDS Science now is a new platform for Discussions on HIV science and for sharing what’s current in scientific journals. It aims to support all of UNAIDS Geneva and field staff, co-sponsor organization staff, national AIDS offices, research institutions and university students with an interest in HIV, and hopefully become the “go to” place for HIV information.

HIV this month

seeks to provide regular and frequently updated, relevant scientific information to enable UNAIDS staff to have a better-informed position on specific issues including those related to the 10 HLM targets. More

Discussions

are regular discussions hosted by UNAIDS on pertinent issues affecting HIV and the response. More

Glossary

is where you will find the UNAIDS terminology guidelines, and other resources, among others.  More

Journal access

All abstracts in HIV this month are freely available on the Web. More

Feedback

We’d like to know what you think. Email us.

Multimedia

watch recorded webcast discussions/debates as well, listen and download informational podcasts on specific topics. More


Disclaimer

UNAIDS is not responsible for the content of Science now or for any external publications, papers, reviews or internet sites linked to or referred to in the site. Any views or opinions expressed herein are those of the editors and not of UNAIDS. More