Our Mission

Our mission is to significantly decrease incident HIV and HIV-associated infections and to decrease mortality and morbidity due to HIV and HIV-associated infections and co-morbidities among infants, children, adolescents and pregnant/postpartum women.

IMPAACT Social Behavioral Scientific Core SpotLight Series

This month, the IMPAACT Social Behavioral Scientific Core (SBSC) SpotLight Series will feature a moderated panel discussing mental health and trauma in research and the populations we serve. Panelists include Mary Fabri, PsyD; Geri Donenberg, PhD; and Dorothy Dow, MD, MSc. Hosted by Rivet Amico, Nicole Montañez, and Rachael Jeffrey. 

22 September 2022 | 10:00 a.m. EDT via Zoom

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Research Areas

The IMPAACT Network is committed to conducting high quality clinical trials that will advance the prevention and treatment of HIV and its complications for infants, children, adolescents, and pregnant/postpartum women globally. Our research agenda includes four scientific specific aims.

IMPAACT Community Engagement

Community participation and engagement are critical in the conduct of scientific research. There is mutual benefit to communities and researchers when both parties work together throughout the scientific research process. In the IMPAACT Network, community participation occurs throughout the network, community and site levels through various mechanisms that include representation on the network committees, protocols teams and cross network community activities.

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Research Sites

IMPAACT is a global network with sites all over the world in 12 countries.

Map of Sites
52 Sites
12 Countries
4 Continents