There are 3 annual scholarships with awards that will help cover the costs of attending CROI.
Plans for the 28th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2021) are currently in development as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. Please check back later for information on important dates and deadlines.
A limited number of scholarships to attend CROI will be awarded to fellows and students in the fields of HIV science and medicine who are presenting authors on accepted abstracts.
A limited number of scholarships to attend CROI will be awarded to researchers and clinicians who come from resource-limited settings, are working in the area of HIV and AIDS research, and would be unable to participate in CROI without financial support. International Investigator Scholarship recipients must be involved in or have plans to establish international collaborations and be a presenting author on an accepted abstract.
A limited number of scholarships to attend CROI will be awarded to community leaders who engage in communications and educational activities focused around HIV prevention, treatment, or cure research and demonstrate an established commitment to sharing scientific knowledge. Applications for the Community Scholarship do not require abstract submission; however, applications must be submitted with a letter of recommendation.