State of the Art: Epidemiology and Access. Salim S. Abdool Karim Director: CAPRISA Chair: UNAIDS Scientific Expert Panel Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research): University of KwaZulu-Natal Associate Member, Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and HarvardBy hedy-mcconnell
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HIV RELATED MALIGNANCIES. Dr KASESE GABORONE ONCOLOGY CENTRE. INTRODUCTION. Cancer and Aids are both pandemics Shared characteristics: Both have social and emotional impact that goes beyond the physical disruption they cause Both attract billions of research funds
Research Areas. HIV basic virologyVirus-host cell interactionsEffect of viral genes on the host cellCellular genes involved in the maintenance and control of HIV latencyKSHV basic virologyControl of KSHV gene expressionClinical studies on pediatric HIV disease. Effect of Vpr on Host Cell Gene
HIV-related Research Overview. Steve Zeichner, MD, PhD Sr. Investigator, Division of Cancer and Immunology Children’s Research Institute, Children’s National Medical Center Assoc. Prof., Dept of Pediatrics & Microbiology, GWUMC SZeichne@cnmc.org 202-884-6131. Research Areas.
HIV dementia and HIV-related brain impairment (HRBI). Jeanette Meadway FRCP Consultant Physician Mildmay Hospital UK Hackney Road, London E2 7NA. What is HIV dementia?. An AIDS-defining illness with WHO definition (ICD10) Objectively defined decline in recent memory
HIV and Related GI Disorders. By Matt Johnson Gastro SpR. HIV. Lentivirus group of the Retrovirus family 2 main types HIV 1 HIV 2 (confined to W. Africa)
Reducing HIV-Related Health Disparities. Vision for the National HIV/AIDS Strategy .
Understanding HIV-Related Lab Tests. Jordan E. Lake, MD, MSc AAHU August 27, 2014. Labs 101. “Why do you need to take so much blood!?!”. Labs 101: Three Questions. What labs do we draw? What do these labs tell us? How often do we need these labs?. T cells 101.