Innovation in Antiretrovirals to Meet Developing Country Needs
The Centre on Global Health Security, in cooperation with the Medicines Patent Pool, UNITAID and the World Health Organization, will host this event to discuss mechanisms for stimulating research into new HIV treatments adapted to developing country needs.
Speakers will present the challenges and opportunities for short-, medium- and long-term innovation in antiretroviral treatment, and consider the roles and responsibilities of different actors in ensuring needed innovation is undertaken and access concerns are integrated into development efforts.
The event will bring together a select group of experts and representatives from key institutions, including governments, pharmaceutical companies, research organisations, drug development initiatives, NGOs, community groups, and funding and regulatory agencies.
Attendance is by invitation only.