Saturday, July 22, 11:30 (AEST)
“Immunotherapies in acute cohorts”
COL Julie Ake will present at the HIV Cure and Immunotherapy Forum ahead of IAS. Join her in the second session, Vaccines and Immunotherapy, which begins at 11:05 AEST.
Monday, July 24 12:00-13:00 (AEST)
Hannah King, Poster (Track A) - "Novel adjuvant ALFQ elicits a strong immune stimulatory signature that correlates with remarkable magnitude T cell and humoral immune responses following pox-protein vaccination"
Tuesday, July 25, 14:56-15:04 (AEST)
“Using client-centered models to sustain HIV service delivery to key populations in Uganda”
U.S. Ambassador to Uganda, Natalie E Brown and Dr. Vasmi Vasireddy, WRAIR’s Country Director in Uganda, will discuss strategies to support uninterrupted HIV service delivery in the face of the Anti-Homosexuality Act (AHA) in Uganda. The presentation aims to understand the effect of the AHA on HIV service provisions and clinic attendance and to identify ways to continue to meet the needs of Key Population clients.
Tuesday, July 25, 16:11-16:19 (AEST)
"High rate of hepatitis C and reinfection after direct-acting antiviral treatment among men-who-have-sex-with-men living with HIV in Bangkok, Thailand"
MHRP collaborator, Pathariya Promsena, will present during the session, It’s all about the bugs: Other conditions in people with HIV.
Tuesday, July 25, 19:21-20:00 (AEST)
"Panel discussion: bnAbs to unite prevention and cure research"
COL Julie Ake will be a panelist during the session, bnAbs: From prevention to cure.
Carlo Sacdalan (Track B) - "Sex and sexually transmitted diseases in time of COVID: sexual behavior and incidence of gonorrhea and chlamydia in an HIV observational cohort in Thailand"
Allahna Esber (Track C) - "Immune activation is associated with low level viremia and noninfectious comorbidities in people living with HIV"
Mary Anne Roach (Track D) - "Differentiating profiles of sex work and transactional sex among women in Kisumu, Kenya"
Talia Loeb (Track D) - "HIV risk perceptions, knowledge, and information sources among reproductive-aged individuals in Kenya"