The International Papillomavirus Society (IPVS) has experienced an exponential growth in membership since 2022, with over 1,400 members and counting as of July 2023. Our community has gone truly global, representing 111 countries and spanning all continents.
Being multidisciplinary is one of the key strengths of IPVS, with members hailing from various disciplines including basic science, clinical research, and public health & epidemiology. Together, we collaborate to drive groundbreaking advancements in HPV and HPV-related disease research and implementation.
IPVS Members have the opportunity to collaborate with professionals from diverse backgrounds to push the boundaries of knowledge on HPV and HPV-related disease and make a lasting impact on global health.
Top 10 Countries
- UNITED STATES
- UNITED KINGDOM
World Regions (%)
Central & South America
Africa & Middle East
Asia & Pacific
Delegates by Professional Role (%)
HPV Diagnostics / Screening & Cancer treatment
Patient Care & Advocacy
Molecular Virology / Pathogenesis
Antivirals/ viral transformation
Animal papillomaviruses & diseases
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