13th International Workshop on HIV & Women

From adolescence to menopause and beyond

The 13th International Workshop on HIV & Women will take place in hybrid format from 17–18 February 2023 in Seattle, WA, United States. CTN National Co-Director Dr. Sharon Walmsley is Workshop Chair.

Why should you attend?

This workshop has now completed its 12th year and continues to evolve. It is an outstanding opportunity for health care providers, researchers, government, industry, and community representatives to discuss, debate, and further their knowledge on the issues related to HIV and women.

The format of the workshop enables attendees to learn from experts in the field of HIV and related health, and then discuss the issues, gaps, and opportunities for further learning and research.

Many of the attendees continue to participate each year and have formed valuable relationships and partnerships that have led to collaborative projects.

Register today

Join your peers for this multidisciplinary discussion and contribute to the discussion on the issues related to HIV and women.


For this hybrid meeting, it is possible to select the type of registration best suited to your needs!

Both live onsite and virtual registrations are available, and include:

  • Access to all live stream sessions during the event
  • All presentation materials as well as recordings 3 weeks after the event
Registration fees

Fee waivers are available for all Early-Career Investigators and/or Academia from Resource-Limited Settings (RLS) with an accepted abstract

All other participants with an accepted abstract will benefit from the Early Live Participation fees (Academia/Industry)

Organizing committee

Sharon Walmsley, C.M., MD, FRCPC
University Health Network, Canada
CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network

Annette Haberl, MD
HIVCENTER University Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany

Catherine Hankins, MD, PhD, FRCPC, CM
McGill University, Canada

Margaret Johnson, MD, FRCP
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

Angelina Namiba, BA Hons
4MNetwork of Mentor Mothers, United Kingdom

Fungai Murau, MCIM, MA
Independent Consultant (HIV), United Kingdom

Natella Rakhmanina, MD, PhD, FAAP, FCP, AAHIVS
Children’s National Hospital, United States

More information

Click here to visit the official website.

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