7th International Workshop on HIV & Aging – Presentations

Monday 26 September
Session 1: Mechanisms of Sarcopenia
 
Fat composition in muscle tissue (not available)
Dr. B. Goodpaster, Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes, Florida Hospital, USA
 
Geronic proteins (not available)
Dr. S. Cummings, University of California, San Francisco, USA
 Abstract presentations
 T-cell reactivity to cytomegalovirus, inflammation, and frailty in HIV+ and HIV- men who have sex with men (not available)
Dr. J. Margolick, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
 HIV-Infection Attenuates the Age Associated Slowing of Resting Metabolic Rate
Dr. J. Schrack, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
Session 2: Aging-related Comorbidities in HIV: Abstract Session
 
Hot Topics in HIV Aging Research (not available)
Dr. S. Cummings, University of California, San Francisco, USA
 Abstract presentations
 Factors Associated with Limitations in Daily Activity Among Older HIV+ Adults
Dr. K. Erlandson University of Colorado Denver
 Longitudinal Study of Falls among HIV-infected and Uninfected Women: Results from the Women’s Interagency HIV Study
Dr. A. Sharma Albert Einstein College of Medicine
 Frailty Status and Risk of Falls in HIV-Infected Older Adults in the ACTG A5322 Study
Dr. K. Tassiopoulos Harvard School of Public Health
 High Burden of Metabolic Comorbidities in a Citywide Cohort of HIV Outpatients: Evolving Health Care Needs of People Aging with HIV in Washington, DC
Dr. M. Levy , Albert Einstein College of Medicine , USA
 Eliminating smoking and hypertension and effectively treating HIV would avoid a substantial proportion of myocardial infarctions among adults aging with HIV (not available)
Dr. K. Althoff Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health USA
Session 3: HIV, Aging, & the CNS (Part 1)
 
HIV and cerebrovascular disease: an intersection of epidemics
Dr. F. Chow, University of California, San Francisco, USA
 
Biological mechanisms and neuropathology of HIV, cerebrovascular disease, and stroke (not available)
Dr. S. Morgello, Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA
Session 4: HIV, Aging, & the CNS (Part 2)
 
Hot Topics in HIV Aging Research: HIV Eradication in CNS
Dr. K. Khalili, Temple University School of Medicine, USA
 Abstract presentations
 Higher CMV Antibody Concentrations are Associated with Older Age and Worse Neurocognitive Performance in Adults Living with HIV Disease
Dr. S. Letendre, University of California, San Francisco, USA
 Mitochondrial DNA damage in brain associated with HIV infection
Dr. C. Roca, Institute of Genetic Medicine, United Kingdom
 Blood-Brain Permeability and Neurocognitive Performance in HIV+ Adults
Dr. J. Iudicello, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Debate: Testosterone replacement in the aging male
 Clinical Case
 
Debate: Testosterone replacement in the aging male; Pro
Dr. S. Basaria, Boston Medical Center  USA
 
Debate: Testosterone replacement in the aging male; Con
Dr. A. Dobs, Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA
Tuesday 27 September
Session 5: Biological Aging
 
Telomeres, Telomerase and T cell Aging (not available)
Dr. M. Armanios, Johns Hopkins University, USA
 
HIV-1 Infection Accelerates Age According to the Epigenetic Clock
Dr. S. Horvath, Universiteit van Californië - Los Angeles, USA
 Abstract presentations
 Future challenges for clinical care in the ageing HIV-population: a “geriatric-HIV” modelling study
Dr. G. Guaraldi, Policlinico Modena, Italy
 The effect of age on immune system reconstitution among HIV infected patients on antiretroviral therapy in resource limited settings
Dr. K. Stafford, Institute of Human Virology, USA
 Circulating LOXL2 Levels Reflect Severity of Intestinal Fibrosis and CD4+ T Lymphocyte Depletion in Treated HIV Infection
Dr. J. Lake, UCLA Clinical AIDS Research and Education (CARE) Center, USA
Session 6: Best practice in geriatric care
 
Community and patients' perspective (not available)
Dr. C. Camp, DHMH Department of Health and Mental Hygiene/IDPHS, USA
 
Focus on psychosocial needs
Dr. M. Perkins, Emory University, USA
 
Non-HIV care provider
Dr. E. Siegler, Cornell University, USA
 HIV treaters view
Dr. C. Gibert, Veterans Affairs and George Washington University, USA
Session 7: Successful Aging
 
Differential diagnoses of various psychological conditions
Dr. S. Rourke, University of Toronto, Canada
 Abstract presentations
 Impact of aging on neurocognitive performance among previously antiretroviral-naïve HIV+ individuals on their first suppressive regimen (not available)
Dr. H. Coban, UC San Diego, USA
 Age-Dependent Associations of CSF Iron Transport with Neurocognitive Function Over Time in HIV+ Adults (not available)
Dr. H. Kaur, Cleveland Clinic Foundation Main Campus, USA