3-7 June, International Workshop on Antiviral Drug Resistance,
Berlin, Germany (website)
20-25 July, 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS
2014), Melbourne, Australia (website)
2-6 November, HIV Drug Therapy, Glasgow, UK
23-26 February, Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic
Infections 2015, Seattle, USA (website)
26-28 March, 19th International Workshop on
HIV Observational Databases, Catania, Sicily (website)
EuroCoord statement on Malaysian flight MH 17
We are extremely saddened by the crash of
the Malaysian flight over eastern Ukraine and the tragic loss of
life. We are particularly saddened by the death of Professor Joep
Lange and his wife, and other colleagues on their way to the 20th
International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.
The HIV research community is in mourning
with their families and extends its condolences to all those
EuroCoord is a Network of
Excellence established by several of the biggest HIV cohorts and
collaborations within Europe - CASCADE,
COHERE, EuroSIDA, and PENTA.
This large, integrated network exploits the scientific strengths
of each collaboration to ensure that the best, most competitive HIV
research is performed.
The main advantage of this collaborative method of working is
the formation of a common virtual database, which currently has
access to data from over 300,000 HIV positive people from many
different settings in Europe and beyond.
EuroCoord is made up of 24 beneficiaries chosen from 16 countries to ensure
representativeness across Europe. The nature of the collaboration
means that apart from these partners, there is also an associated
network of numerous affiliated sites – more than 100 collaborating
centres, or third parties.
The tasks of EuroCoord are organised into 15 different workpackages, all of which are interrelated, and
unified through the scientific
EuroCoord is funded for a period of 5 years from 2011 as
part of the European Commission’s Framework Programme 7.
More information about
the aims of EuroCoord
Download the EuroCoord briefing
Despite great strides in treatment, it is currently estimated
that 2.3 million people are living with HIV in the WHO European
region with prevalence exceeding 1% in some countries.
The EuroCoord Policy Brief 2013, sets out the current priorities
in HIV/AIDS research in Europe and explains how EuroCoord is
best-placed to address these issues.
If you would like a hard copy of the Policy Brief, please
contact the EuroCoord