The UCLA AIDS INSTITUTE & UCLA CFAR PRESENTS The 2nd Annual AIDS Research Symposium!
In an effort to promote the research and publications produced by our junior investigators and seed grant recipients, the UCLA AIDS Institute will be holding a half-day symposium on October 19, 2009 to highlight new invetsigators working in AIDS and AIDS-related research- featuring research in basic and translational science, clinical therapeutics and biomedical prevention, international health services and policy, as well as prevention and clinical research.
Oral and poster presentations will be held and discussed during this half-day symposium in which we hope to foster cross collaborations among investigators, opportunities for mentorship among our junior faculty members, as well as a chance for senior faculty members to learn more about the work being conducted by our up-and-coming investigators.
Basic and Translational Research Presentations
David Jesse Sanchez, MIMG, “Modulation of the Type I Interferon Response by HIV Infection”
Scott G. Kitchen, Hematology/Oncology, “Antigen Specific T cells from genetically engineered human stem cells”
Marta Epeldegui, MIMG, “Role of direct activation of B cells by CD40L in HIV virions in vivo in AIDS-NHL development”
Clinical Therapeutics and Biomedical Prevention Presentations
Andrew Levine, Neurology, “Different Neurocognitive Outcomes in HIV+ Abstinent Cocaine versus Methamphetamine Users”
Debika Bhattacharya, Infectious Diseases, “Women Experience Higher Rates of Adverse Events During HCV Therapy in HIV Infection”
International Health Services and Policy Presentations
Jesse L. Clark, Infectious Diseases, “Routine Screening for Acute and Recent HIV Infection in Lima, Peru”
Risa Hoffman, Infectious Diseases, “Impact of Antiretroviral Regimen and Duration on Risk of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission in Johannesburg, South Africa”
Prevention and Clinical Research Presentations
John K. Williams, Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences, “Exploring Childhood Sexual Experiences and Vulnerability to Intimate Partner Violence among African American MSM/W”
Chandra L. Ford, Public Health, “An Evaluation of ‘Critical Race Theory and HIV/AIDS Disparities: A Multidisciplinary Think Tank’”
Poster presentations will also be presented by the following investigators:
Dimitrios N. Vatakis
Martha J. Lewis
Cost: Free to the public. RSVP required.
A light lunch will be provided. Space is limited so please RSVP as soon as possible to email@example.com
UCLA AIDS Institute Tel: 310.825.4750
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Sponsor(s): UCLA AIDS Institute & UCLA CFAR
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