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Network Award Recipients


The IMPAACT Network is thrilled to celebrate the remarkable achievements of our talented investigators, site staff, and community advocates. The following individuals were recognized during the 2023 IMPAACT Annual Meeting for their dedication, commitment, and outstanding achievements as members of the IMPAACT Network:

Gwynneth Hendricksgynneth

Community Service Award

As a Community Educator at Stellenbosch University Desmond Tutu TB Centre, Gwynneth embodies the core values of the IMPAACT Network: collaboration, leadership, and an unwavering commitment to advancing HIV prevention and treatment. She is a dynamic leader within IMPAACT and an integral part of the IMPAACT Leadership Group (ILG) and Community Partners (CP). Her insightful feedback on research concepts and protocols, along with her unwavering motivation, make her a true community champion. 


Patty Anthonypat

Laboratory Technologist Committee Service Award

Patty Anthony is the Clinical Lab Manager at the University of Southern California. She is recognized for her long-standing contribution to the laboratory technologists committee, providing critical input for the standardization of laboratory-related logistical processes and ensuring the successful implementation of IMPAACT studies. 



patJane Lindsey

Network Service Recognition Award

Jane Lindsey is retiring from the IMPAACT Statistical and Data Analysis Center (SDAC) after 30 years of dedicated service. She served as a study statistician for numerous PACTG and IMPAACT clinical trials of HIV and TB in children and adolescents; studies of growth and metabolic effects, immune activation, and neurodevelopmental outcomes associated with HIV; studies of ARV adherence in adolescents; and studies of vaccines for rotavirus, HPV, and RSV. 



patPetronella (Ella) Muresan

Network Service Recognition Award

Petronella (Ella) Muresan has worked at SDAC for over 25 years, having joined in 1998. She served as a study statistician for numerous PACTG and IMPAACT clinical trials including vaccine/immunology studies for prevention of HIV, H1N1 influenza, RSV; and ARV agents in children and a

The following sites were recognized for outstanding service and performance this year:

Excellence in Accrual & Implementation:

     Soweto (8052)

Excellence in Data Management (U.S. Sites): 

     Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago (4001)

     Johns Hopkins University (5092)

Excellence in Data Management (International Sites):

     Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital (5116)

Excellence in Laboratory Management:

     University of Zimbabwe Clinical Trials Research Centre Laboratory (Lab 306)

Preparation & Training Award: 

     IMPAACT 2016 Sites & Training Team

2023 IMPAACT Annual Meeting

Browse presentations, view recordings, and download photos from the 2023 IMPAACT Annual Meeting: