All organizations and parties involved in the prevention and treatment of HIV in Amsterdam are working together in the H-TEAM. The multidisciplinary teams that together form the H-TEAM are listed below.
For each cornerstone, a team consisting of experts from different partner organizations works independently on the development and implementation of innovative projects that will help achieve the cornerstone’s specific goals. The project leaders of the cornerstone teams together form the management team, led by Dr. Godelieve de Bree, and carries the daily responsibility for the progress of the H-TEAM. Final responsibility for the H-TEAM rests with the steering committee, which is led by Prof. Dr. Peter Reiss, and consists of the representatives of the partner organizations. The H-TEAM members are everyone involved in the development, implementation and integration into the public domain of the H-TEAM. The
In addition, all teams are supported by two other teams: the data management team and the communications team. The data management team provides a coordinated approach to data collection and data storage, monitoring of final points and methodological support. The communications team supports all teams in developing communication strategies, press reports and other communications.
The H-TEAM management team and steering committee. Click on image for names.
The Steering Committee, chaired by Prof. Dr Peter Reiss, has the final responsibility for the H-TEAM and consists of the directors of the partner organisations.
Data management and Methodology
The data management team provides a coordinated approach to data collection and data storage, monitoring of final points and methodological support.
Communications & PR
The communications team supports all teams in developing communication strategies, press reports and other communications.
- Biomedical interventions for HIV prevention
- Faster and more frequent testing
- Awareness raising and treatment
- Starting treatment early
- Cohort study on early treatment of acute HIV infection