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OCSO Monitoring Operations Branch Report

Read the OCSO's Monitoring Operations Branch last report for 2015 here.

Save the Date:

The 2016 IMPAACT Annual Meeting will be held 12-17 June 2016 in Washington, DC.

Fifteen IMPAACT Abstracts Accepted for CROI 2016

The IMPAACT Network had 15 of its abstracts accepted at the 23rd Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunities Infections (CROI) – two as oral presentations, two as posters and themed discussions, and ten as posters. To view the full listing, click here.

IMPAACT Early Career Investigator Award Recipients For 2015 Announced

The IMPAACT Network is pleased to announce the first group of IMPAACT Early Career Investigator Mentored Research Awardees. The awardees are Anne M. Neilan, David Bearden, and Florence Momplaisir. The program aims to support the development of early career investigators to enter the field of maternal/child HIV research and advance the mission of the IMPAACT Network. In coordination with team of mentors, early career investigators work on a project that takes advantage of data and/or samples generated by the IMPAACT Network over the course of 24 months. Read more.

2015 Annual Meeting

Presentations from the June 2015 Annual Meeting are now available. Go to Presentations page.

New ACTG and IMPAACT Specimen Repository Tool

The ACTG and IMPAACT leadership are pleased to announce the launching of a new website that provides public access to our networks’ specimen repository. The website is the result of collaborations between DAIDS, ACTG and IMPAACT to provide a tool to increase investigator access to NIAID and NICHD repository specimens from approved network studies.

NIAID Launches ClinRegs

The ClinRegs website is designed to help the research community explore clinical research regulations within specific countries and compare regulatory requirements across countries.

PROMISE Breastfeeding and Formula Feeding Versions Report Antepartum Results and Promise HAART Standard Version to Complete Accrual

The IMPAACT network and PROMISE study teams are pleased to report results from the Antepartum Components of the Breastfeeding and Formula Feeding Versions of the PROMISE study, in the linked message from the IMPAACT network leadership and press release from NIAID. In addition, we are pleased to announce that accrual into the the HAART Standard Version of the PROMISE study will close at the end of November.

We would like to take this opportunity to commend and thank the PROMISE study sites, as well as the many thousands of study participants, for their dedication and commitment, without which the achievements of the PROMISE study thus far would not have been possible. Follow-up in PROMISE will continue for approximately the next two and a half years to address some of the most important global public health questions related to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and maternal and infant health.

PROMISE Study Now Closed to Accrual

IMPAACT is pleased to announce that the breastfeeding version of the PROMISE Study (1077BF) is now closed to accrual!  Congratulations to all sites and staff who have contributed to the tremendous effort of enrolling over 3000 mother-infant pairs in this study.  Follow-up in PROMISE will continue for the next two years to address some of the most important global public health questions related to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and maternal and infant health.

2014 Annual Meeting

Presentations from the June 2014 Annual meeting are available. Go to Presentations page.

DAIDS Launches New Learning Portal

DAIDS Portal Screen

Take an online course, get live assistance with your training needs, connect with your colleagues, and more. Find out more about the DAIDS Learning Portal here.

Merck Receives FDA Approval for Raltegravir for Pediatric Oral Suspension

Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health

Funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and the National Institute of Mental Health of the US National Institutes of Health, US Department of Health and Human Services.