Registration for IAS 2021 – the 11th IAS Conference on HIV Science – is now closed.
IAS 2021 conference sessions, abstracts and e-posters are now publicly available.
To encourage the broadest participation possible in the conference, IAS has adjusted the pricing of registration fees to make the conference as accessible as possible.
The conference offers a four-tiered fee structure with lower registration fees for delegates from upper-middle-income countries, lower-middle-income countries and low-income countries (based on the World Bank Classification), and students/youth/post-docs.
The IAS 2021 registration fee includes:
- Access to all conference sessions and satellites, the opening and closing session, the virtual exhibition and poster areas.
- A two-year IAS membership is included in your IAS 2021 registration at no extra cost to you. The membership will be activated following the conference, or – if you are already an IAS Member – the existing membership will be extended by two years. For more information, take a look at the IAS membership benefits.
For further information or questions, please contact the IAS 2021 – Registration team at [email protected].
Please note, registration fees must be paid in US dollars only.
|Early fee||Standard Fee|
(after 31 March 2021)
(after 31 May 2021)
|High-income country regular delegate||390||470||525|
|Upper/middle-income country regular delegate||270||325||360|
|Lower/middle-income country regular delegate||255||310||340|
|Low-income country regular delegate||245||295||325|
|High-income country student/post-doc/young person||120||145||160|
|Upper/middle-income country student/post-doc/young person||85||100||110|
|Lower/middle-income country student/post-doc/young person||80||95||105|
|Low-income country student/post-doc/young person||75||90||100|
All registrations for IAS 2021 must be submitted through the online registration form.
Group registration is applicable for 5 or more persons.
Media registration is free for qualified individuals who are attending IAS 2021 in their capacity as journalists, photographers, videographers and community educators.
World Bank Classification available here
Healthcare professional status declaration
Different virtual access rights will be given to healthcare professionals (HCPs), non-healthcare professionals (non-HCPs) and industry representatives based on their status declaration.
Advertising of prescription-only medicines or products will be presented during some IAS 2021 satellite sessions and exhibition booth content. To ensure compliance with European and international laws regulating the advertising of prescription-only medicines or products to the general public, this content is intended for healthcare professionals (HCPs) and industry representatives only.
For more information, please visit the Healthcare Professional Status page.