Blog: JIAS is moving! Submit your manuscript to the new platform!

The International AIDS Society is pleased to announce a new publishing partnership with John Wiley and Sons.

The journal will be published with Wiley from October 2017 and will continue to be led by its Editors-in-Chiefs, Susan Kippax (University of New South Wales, Australia) and Kenneth Mayer (Fenway Health, United States). JIAS will maintain full editorial independence, and our mission to especially support authors from low- to middle-income countries remains unchanged.

Wiley has extensive experience in publishing scientific society journals, and we are confident that this arrangement will enable us to successfully meet the challenges posed by an ever-increasing volume of high-quality submissions.

Effective immediately, all new manuscript submissions should be directed to the new submission management system here. New manuscripts can no longer be submitted via the platform that has been in place. However, all manuscripts submitted before 10 August 2017 will still be processed here, and no action is required from our authors and reviewers. Only new submissions have been disabled.

From 1 October, manuscripts will be published exclusively on our new website. You can look forward to its launch in the next few months. Naturally, all previously published content will also be available on the new website.

Please direct any questions regarding this new arrangement to

Journal of the International AIDS Society | eISSN 1758-2652 | Editors-in-Chief: Susan Kippax and Kenneth Mayer

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Disclaimer: The Journal of the International AIDS Society is an official journal of and is published by the International AIDS Society. The costs of the Journal of the International AIDS Society are secured by the International AIDS Society. This support does not in any way affect the editorial independency of the Journal of the International AIDS Society. Material published in the journal is entirely independent of the opinion of external sponsors and the society.