HIV treatment outcomes for children and adults: Asia-Pacific Research Collaboration

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In 2014, UNAIDS launched the 90–90–90 targets. The aim is that by 2020, 90% of people living with HIV know their HIV status, 90% of all people with diagnosed HIV are accessing sustained antiretroviral therapy and 90% of all people accessing antiretroviral therapy are virally suppressed. The aim of the PhD project will be to examine treatment access and outcomes among children, adolescents and adults living with HIV. The analysis is based on data collected from clinics across 14 countries in Asia-Pacific. The findings help appropriate planning toward reaching the UNAIDS goal ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

We are looking for a domestic or international candidate with research experience, and understanding of statistical methods. The potential candidate must be interested in developing more complex statistical analysis skills using various statistical software, such as SAS and Stata. Good oral and written English communication skills are necessary, not only for the successful completion of the PhD, but to effectively collaborate with investigators across Asia.

 

Supervisory team
Matthew
Law

Medicine
The Kirby Institute
Azar
Kariminia

Medicine
The Kirby Institute
Awachana
Jiamsakul

Medicine
The Kirby Institute
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Akariminia@kirby.unsw.edu.au