3D Tissue Models
Mechanisms of HIV Persistence: Implications for a Cure (E1)
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Mechanisms of HIV Persistence: Implications for a Cure (E1)
boston
Boston Park Plaza & Towers
Massachussetts

Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, April 26, 2015
16:00:00 Arrival and Registration
18:00:00 Welcome Mixer
Monday, April 27, 2015
07:30:00 Breakfast
08:00:00 Poster Setup
08:30:00 Poster Viewing
08:30:00 Keynote Address Olivier Lambotte, Guido Silvestri, Steven Deeks, Françoise Barré-Sinoussi
09:30:00 Biology of HIV Latency Monsef Benkirane, Lillian Cohn, Kai Deng, Valentina Vongrad
10:10:00 Coffee Break
11:45:00 Lunch
14:15:00 Poster Session 1
14:30:00 Workshop 1: HIV Reservoirs, Clinical Care and Clinical Results Katherine M. Bruner, Rémi Fromentin, Alexander O. Pasternak, Miles P. Davenport
16:30:00 Coffee Available
17:00:00 Detection and Quantification of HIV Reservoirs Ronald N. Germain, Robert F. Siliciano, Una O'Doherty, Douglas D. Richman
19:15:00 On Own for Dinner
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
07:30:00 Breakfast
08:30:00 CD4 T Cells as Reservoir Chen Dong, Sharon D.R. Lewin, Richard A. Koup, Matthieu Perreau, Joseph K. Wong
09:50:00 Coffee Break
11:45:00 On Own for Lunch
11:45:00 Poster Setup
13:00:00 Poster Viewing
14:30:00 Workshop 2: Modulations of the Immune System to Reduce the Size of HIV Reservoirs Asier Sáez-Cirión, Zelda Euler, Edward A. Berger, Selena Viganò, Emily R. Roberts, Kellie N. Smith, Jerome Estaquier, George B. Kyei, Petronela Ancuta
16:30:00 Coffee Available
17:00:00 Non-CD4 T Cell Reservoirs Jason Brenchley, Olivier Lambotte, Melissa J. Churchill, Serge Benichou
19:00:00 Social Hour with Lite Bites
19:30:00 Poster Session 2
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
07:30:00 Breakfast
08:30:00 Functional Eradication of HIV Reservoirs: Current Approaches and New Directions Steven Deeks, Paula Cannon, Romas Geleziunas, R. Brad Jones
09:50:00 Coffee Break
11:45:00 Poster Setup
11:45:00 On Own for Lunch
13:00:00 Poster Viewing
13:30:00 NeuroHIV Workshop Program: Investigating HIV Persistence in the CNS Victor Valcour, Jeymohan Joseph, Janice E. Clements, Sandhya Vasan, Sarah E. Palmer, Richard W. Price, Serena Spudich
13:30:00 NeuroHIV Workshop Program:HIV Persistence in the CNS: Controversies and Challenges
14:30:00 NeuroHIV Workshop Program: State of the Science Discussion Panels A and B
14:50:00 Panel A: Are Myeloid Cells Infected by HIV? Steven Deeks, Kenneth C. Williams, Lishomwa C. Ndhlovu, Jason Brenchley, Mario Stevenson, J. Victor Garcia-Martinez, Karl Salzwedel
15:40:00 Panel B: Is the CNS a Potential Reservoir for HIV? Melissa J. Churchill, Douglas D. Richman, Ronald I. Swanstrom, David M. Margolis
16:30:00 Coffee Available
17:00:00 How to Fight Immune Exhaustion? Daniel E Kaufmann, Stephen Mason, Rafick-Pierre Sékaly, Colleen S. McGary
19:00:00 Social Hour with Lite Bites
19:30:00 Poster Session 3
Thursday, April 30, 2015
07:30:00 Breakfast
08:30:00 Strengths and Weaknesses of NHP Models Guido Silvestri, Caroline P.B. Passaes, Gregory Q. Del Prete, Afam Okoye, Pamela J. Skinner, Emily Ryan
09:50:00 Coffee Break
12:00:00 On Own for Lunch
14:30:00 Workshop 4: Strategies to Reduce HIV Reservoirs: The Point of View of the Patient Olivier Lambotte, Marie Suzan-Monti, Sara Morón-López, Miguel de Mulder Rougvie, Johanna Tauriainen
16:30:00 Coffee Available
17:00:00 Limitations of Antiretroviral Therapy and New Perspectives Courtney Fletcher, Asier Sáez-Cirión
18:45:00 Meeting Wrap-Up: Outcomes and Future Directions (Organizers)
19:00:00 Social Hour with Lite Bites
20:00:00 Entertainment
Friday, May 1, 2015
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