IAPAC was created almost 40 years ago in response to a public health emergency that has to date affected millions of people worldwide. From 500 members that year we have grown to more than 30,000 clinicians and allied health professionals who deliver life-saving and -enhancing prevention, testing, care, and treatment services to people living with and affected by HIV.
Our mission is to support IAPAC members through medical education, government agencies through technical assistance, and affected communities through advocacy activities. We are committed to social transformation that addresses issues fueling the HIV pandemic, including discrimination, inequality, marginalization, and racism. We firmly believe that achieving an end to the HIV pandemic requires a holistic, humanist approach that places value on the right to dignity, health, and well-being.
Thank you for your investment in IAPAC. Together, we can strive to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit association, IAPAC applies for educational grants and solicits sponsorship support for our various advocacy, educational, and technical assistance activities from corporate, foundation, and government grantors and sponsors. Among our corporate grantors and sponsors are companies that manufacture and market diagnostics and pharmaceutical agents in the field of HIV medicine, including comorbidities such as HBV, HCV, tuberculosis, and non-communicable diseases associated with aging with HIV.
To learn more about how to support IAPAC’s work through grants or sponsorships, please contact:
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH
President/Chief Executive Officer
The IAPAC Corporate Roundtable brings together companies and other entities that share a commitment to ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. Each Roundtable meeting is tailored to timely and pertinent topics of interest to its members and provides a forum for focused dialogue on current issues related to the business and practice of HIV medicine and the improvement of patient care.
To learn more about IAPAC Corporate Roundtable membership, please contact:
Bertrand Audoin, MBA
Vice President/Strategic Partnerships