HIV Transmission 2018 – Presentations

 

Saturday, 20 October 2018

  Session 1: Microbiome and inflammation
 Immune modulatory effects of vaginal microbiota organic acid metabolites on lower female reproductive tract epithelial cells
Gilda Tachedjian
 #2
 Genital Inflammation and PrEP effectiveness
Lyle Mckinnon,PhD, Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa, South Africa
  Session 2: Animal models for prevention
 Abstract-driven presentation
 A penile model in rhesus macaques to assess pharmacokinetics and characterization of HIV target cells within anatomical compartments of penile tissue
Alison Kohlmeier
 #3
 In vivo analysis of penile HIV-1 acquisition
Martina Kovarova
(Not yet available)
 #4
 Post-exposure prophylaxis with single doses of combination EVG/COBI/FTC/TAF protect macaques against Rectal SHIV Infection
Ivana Massud
 #5
 Leveraging antibody-mucin interactions to enhance vaccine function 
Thomas Hope. PhD, Northwestern University, USA
(Not yet available)
 Session 3: Abstract driven presentations
 Transmitted/Founder Virus-Like Variants are Archived in the Reservoir
Kelsie Brooks
 #6
 Comparison of genetic sequences from donor and recipient viruses from linked subtype A transmission pairs
Samantha Mcinally
 #7
 HIV, HBV and HCV infection and linkage to care in migrants: The Immigrant Take Care Advocacy (I.Ta.C.A.) experience in Palermo
Maurizio Milesi
 #8
 Session 4: The future of prevention
 Where are we with long-acting treatment?
David Margolis, MD, MPH, ViiV Healthcare, USA
 Where are we with long-acting PrEP?
Leah Johnson, PhD, RTI International, USA