EACS Award 2021
The EACS Award for Excellence in HIV Medicine will be awarded at the 18th European AIDS Conference in London on October 27, 2021.
The EACS Award is handed out every two years at the time of the EACS Conference in recognition of an individual’s longstanding, impactful and sustained professional contribution to the field of HIV.
Contributions worthy of this recognition are expected to reflect sustained excellence in the field of HIV. Such contributions may be scientific in nature, and/or relate to advancing the prevention and care of people at risk of or affected by HIV, or to promoting education, policy, community engagement or advocacy. Additional details can be found in the enclosed Terms of Reference.
This year the recipient of the EACS Award will be announced during the Opening Ceremony of the 18th European AIDS Conference (organised in a hybrid format) on Wednesday October 27, 2021 in London.
Nominations of candidates for the EACS Award must be made by a current EACS member.
Required supporting documentation:
- A brief (max 1 A4 page, font size 12) written summary of the nominee’s main contributions to the field of HIV and why she/he is deemed worthy of receiving the EACS Award, addressed to the Chair of the Award Committee;
- Supporting documentation in terms of for example a curriculum vitae, biographical sketch, publication record or otherwise is highly recommended and appreciated.
Nominations should be submitted through this link no later than 18 August, 2021. Nominations received after this date will not be considered.