Design Approaches for Current and Future HIV Prevention Efficacy Trials

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP SERIES

October 2020 to May 2021

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Hosted by The Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise in partnership with the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, the HIV Prevention Trials Network and and the Forum for Collaborative Research

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Future Trial Design Approaches 2020 - Workshop Series

Session 3 online events
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HIV prevention is evolving rapidly with the roll out of new tools such as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and treatment as prevention making a significant contribution towards controlling the epidemic. As a result, the design and conduct of the next generation of prevention trials is impacted and is further affected by the outcomes of ongoing HIV prevention efficacy trials – including oral and injectable antiretrovirals, passively infused monoclonal antibodies, and HIV vaccines.

This series of virtual workshop aims to continue from the first HIV Prevention Efficacy Trial Designs of the Future symposium, held in November 2018 in Seattle by the Fred Hutch and the NIAID, which led to a series of articles published in Statistical Communications in Infectious Diseases and a viewpoint in The Lancet HIV.

Participants will reflect on more recent advances and challenges within the HIV prevention field and on the rationale and lessons learned for current HIV prevention designs. They will examine novel scientific approaches for establishing efficacy of new biologics in a future where all trial participants have access to effective prevention.

The event will feature a series of online talks given by biostatisticians and clinical trial experts, and will include live panel discussions with clinicians, ethicists, regulators, community members and sponsors.

The programme is designed to accommodate virtual interactions and will offer pre-recorded presentations available online on-demand and live events focused on discussion.

A series of articles, based on the talks given at the symposium, will be published in a selected high-impact journal.

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More details on each session will be sent out closer to the date.

DateEvent
27 October 2020Live session 1: Current efficacy trial design approaches – Challenges and lessons learned
Friday 6 November Live session 2A: Future design approaches for settings where all participants are on active prevention – ARV based prevention
Wednesday 18 November Live session 2B: Future design approaches for settings where all participants are on active prevention – Vaccines
25 February 2021Live Session 3A: Novel Scientific Approaches for Establishing Efficacy of New Biologics
March 2021 Live session 2C: Future design approaches for settings where all participants are on active prevention – Monoclonal antibodies
April 2021Panel Discussion 3B: Community engagement and involvement in clinical research
Regulatory forum organized by the Forum for Collaborative research
Organizing Committee
  • Holly Prudden, International AIDS Society, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Holly Janes, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, USA.
  • Deborah Donnell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, USA.
  • Stephaun Wallace, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, USA.
  • Veronica Miller, Forum for Collaborative Research, Berkeley, USA.
  • Roger Tatoud, International AIDS Society, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Linda-Gail Bekker. Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa.

For queries, please contact enterprise@iasociety.org.

The organization of this workshop is supported by a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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