The members of the Organizing Committee are a group of carefully selected experts and inspirational leaders in their respective fields. They meet frequently to discuss the scientific program of the workshop, identify interesting topics and candidate speakers, and review all submitted abstracts.
The members of Scientific Committee are hand-picked by the Organizing Committee and the conference secretariat based on their significant contributions and commitment to the field. They assist the Organizing Committee by providing them with suggestions for speakers and topics. In addition, members of the Scientific Committee participate in reviewing submitted abstracts, and play an active role during the workshop as moderators and/or chairs of sessions.
The purpose of the APACC Fellows program is to provide early-career investigators with an opportunity to learn about HIV and co-infection research and conference development and leadership through serving on the Organizing Committee of APACC. The fellows will help to develop conference session content for other early-career investigators and promote APACC over a two-year term. The Organizing Committee is responsible for developing the conference program, driving conference engagement, and selecting abstracts and panel topics. Fellows will receive support to attend the conference each of the two years in which they participate.