Welcome to the new look of the IMPAACT Network!
First, please note the new website is best viewed in updated versions of Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. We recommend not using Internet Explorer to view this website. Read more about Microsoft's plan for phasing out Internet Explorer 11.
We are thrilled to share that the IMPAACT Network was renewed for support by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. We are proud of the work that we have accomplished in the Network, and we are excited to continue this work, expanding and shifting as needs arise for new areas of growth and development.
To coincide with the renewal, the Network has updated our “look and feel” with a new logo, new accent colors, and a new, mobile-friendly website. This rebrand is a culmination of a year's work to attempt to capture our identity and core values. We hope that these updates will provide visual inspiration for our work.
This rebrand is centered around a new logo, recalling family, caregiving, and community. The logo was developed by the FHI 360 Design Lab, located in Washington, D.C. Following from the new logo is a new mobile-friendly website built by Durham, N.C. web development company Savas Labs, and new templates for IMPAACT research posters and PowerPoint presentations, created by the IMPAACT Operations Center design team.
Please start using the new logo and templates. If you have questions about the rebrand, logo, website, or new templates, please contact Laura Long at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your dedication to the IMPAACT Network and we look forward to our colorful future ahead.