The next PARTNER investigator meeting will be held in conjunction with IAS in Amsterdam, Monday, July 23rd from 11:15AM-12:15PM at the Hilton Hotel. Please confirm your participation to Tina Bruun:


At IAS 2018 the final results from the PARTNER study will be presented on 25th July 11:00 AM in Hall 12. The PARTNER study is the largest & longest study (since 2009) assesing risk of HIV transmission between serodifferent gay couples. 

The 2nd phase of PARTNER study has received funding from the NIHR (National Institute for Health Research in the UK), A.P. Møller Foundation, Augustinus Foundation, ViiV and GILEAD and is sponsored by CHIP Rigshospitalet. Additionally funding for participation of the Swiss centres has been provided by the Swiss Office of Public Health. The study is coordinated cooperatively between CHIP (Centre for health and infectious disease research), UCL and Royal Free NHS. The ethics committees in all of the 14 countries have by December 2014 approved the 2nd phase of PARTNER. 

The PARTNER Study presented data at CROI 2014 in Boston

HIV transmission risk through condomless sex if the HIV positive partner is on suppressive ART: PARTNER study A Rodger, V Cambiano, T Bruun, P Vernazza, S Collins, V Estrada, J Van Lunzen, GM Corbelli, AM Geretti, D Asboe, P Viciano, F Gutiérrez, C Pradier, K Westling, R Weber, H Furrer, J Prins, J Gerstoft, A Phillips and J Lundgren for the PARTNER Study Group.

Q & A

Contact Information

Tina Bruun, Nurse MSA
Project coordinator for PARTNER
Direct: + 45 35 45 57 93
Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen
CHIP, Department of Infectious Diseases, Section 2100
Blegdamsvej 9
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark

Prof. Andrew Phillips and Prof. Alison Rodger
Research Department of Infection & Population Health
Royal Free Campus
Rowland Hill Street
London, NW3 2 PF