Listen to audio interviews and recordings, and watch presentations and speeches from major conferences and events, as well as educational videos from IPM and other organizations in the field.
March 08, 2013
Real Voices is an IPM video series featuring interviews with scientists, clinicians, advocates and community members, who share their views about the need for microbicides women can use to reduce their risk of HIV infection. This third video of the series highlights clinic researchers and outreach workers offering their reflections on the challenges women in their communities face and their hopes for the future. It is with these hopes in mind –...
August 14, 2010
IPM CEO Dr. Zeda Rosenberg spoke with SAfm Radio in South Africa on August 14, 2010, for its Science Matters program about the milestone findings from the CAPRISA 004 trial showing proof-of-concept for microbicides. In the interview, Dr. Rosenberg speaks about the future of microbicides in the wake of the promising results. Length: 22 minutes Thanks to SAfm for a copy of the audio and permission to rebroadcast from our website.
July 20, 2010
The microbicide field is moving ahead with new energy following landmark results announced in July by the CAPRISA research team proving that antiretroviral-based microbicides reduce the risk of HIV infection. Learn more about this important time in the history of HIV prevention by viewing the Gabi's Gift video. Length: 5 minutes This video has been embedded using freely-available code on andrejsmith's YouTube channel.
July 20, 2010
Dr. Salim Karim announces the results of the CAPRISA 004 trial that shows proof-of-concept for microbicides in this iAIDS 2010 session: "Safety and Effectiveness of 1% Tenofovir Vaginal Microbicide Gel in South African Women: Results of the CAPRISA 004 Trial." Length: 1 hour, 10 minutes Embedded using freely-available code from the Kaiser Family Foundation YouTube channel. For transcript, video and audio versions as well as other videos...
July 20, 2010
PATH captured conference attendees reactions to the CAPRISA 004 microbicide clinical trial results after they were announced at AIDS 2010 in Vienna, Austria in July 2010. Length: approx. 3 minutes, 30 seconds This video was posted September 17, 2010 from PATHprograms and has been embedded using freely-available code on the PATHprograms YouTube channel. Copyright © 2010 PATH.
June 08, 2010
This panel focuses on technology and the role that technology will play in shaping women's lives and the role it has played in the past. Each panelist presents briefly, then answers questions from members of the press. Panelists include Dr. Zeda Rosenberg, CEO of IPM, Dr. Nafis Sadik, UN Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Asia and Pacific, Dr. Régine Sitruk-Ware, Executive Director of Research and Development for Population Council, and ...
This video is designed to raise awareness about microbicides in the communities where research is being conducted — and where these products are urgently needed. It answers commonly asked questions about microbicides, and the clinical trials that take place in Africa and across the globe: What are microbicides? What is a clinical trial? When will we have a microbicide? The video is viewable as a teaser (100 seconds, English) or full length...
July 18, 2006
This event addressed the status of microbicide research and its importance as an HIV/AIDS prevention strategy for women. In the video, the panel discusses global microbicide development efforts and "on-the-ground" issues related to clinical trials. Speakers include then-US Senator Barack Obama (D-Ill.), US Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), IPM CEO Dr. Zeda Rosenberg and Dr. Salim S. Abdool Karim, vice chancellor of research at the...
IPM CEO Dr. Zeda Rosenberg is featured on an hour-long program on CNN and CNN International timed to mark the 25th anniversary of the emergence of AIDS. The discussion is moderated by CNN medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta with former US President Bill Clinton, and some of the world’s leading HIV and AIDS experts and activists on how to defeat this epidemic. Originally aired April 2006. Length: 7 minutes, 30 seconds Learn more about the...