Previous Prize Winners
2015 Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Jean Wysler Domercant, Haiti, for the abstract, “Attrition from antiretroviral treatment services among pregnant and non-pregnant patients following adoption of Option B+ in Haiti”.
2014 Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Xu-Dong Zhang, China, for the abstract “Sexual and reproductive health in adolescent female sex workers: Kunming, China”.
2013 Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Definate Nhamo, Zimbabwe, for the abstract “Factors associated with gender-based violence and unintended pregnancy among adolescent women living with HIV in Zimbabwe”.
2012 Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Peter Mudiope, Uganda, for the abstract “Partnership of HIV infected mothers (peers), community lay women/men (Sengas/Kojas) and village health teams (VHTs) with prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) programs, increased male partner support for HIV infected women in one rural health centre and three urban hospitals in Uganda, July 2009 - July 2011”.
2011 Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Milly Kaggwa Nanyombi, Uganda, for her abstract “Preventing HIV Infection among adolescents by addressing Cross Generational Sex (CGS) in Secondary Schools in Uganda”.
2010 Women, Girls and HIV Investigator’s Prize
Naina Rani Mangalore, India, for her abstract “Mainstreaming the Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT) Program with the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM): Experiences from Southern India”.
2009 Young Investigator Prize: Women, Girls and HIV
Linnet N. Masese, Kenya, for her abstract “A prospective cohort study of the effect of antiretroviral therapy on sexual risk behaviour in a high-risk cohort of Kenyan women.”
2008 IAS/ICRW Young Investigator Prize: Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS
Paola E. Pérez Maldonado, Mexico, for her abstract “The Condomovila: taking HIV information and prevention to the most vulnerable Mexican women”.
2006 IAS/ICRW Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS Research Prize
Penelope Campbell from Jamaica, for her abstract “Baseline study informs establishment of a mobile unit providing HIV/AIDS/STI information, skills and services to vulnerable adolescents”.