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Webcasts and Presentation Slides


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Prevention Symposium I:

Confronting the Social Drivers of HIV Incidence in the United States

  • Moderator: Lisa Diane White, SisterLove
  • Current Epidemiology of HIV Transmission: David Munar, AIDS Foundation of Chicago -- Presentation Slides
  • Overview on Structural Interventions: Jen Hecht, Stop AIDS Project -- Presentation Slides
  • Case Study: Incarceration & HIV: Laura McTighe, Institute for Community Justice -- Presentation Slides
  • Case Study: Housing & HIV: David Holtgrave, Johns Hopkins University -- Presentation Slides

Treatment Symposium I:

Overview of HIV Treatment Research

  • Moderator: Cathy Olufs, Center for Health Justice
  • Beyond HAART: David Evans, AIDSMeds, AIDS Treatment Activist Coalition (ATAC) -- Presentation Slides
  • Getting Past Go With Immune-Based Therapies: Matt Sharp, Project Inform -- Presentation Slides
  • Metabolic Issues: Nelson Vergel, Program for Wellness Restoration (PoWeR) -- Presentation Slides

Prevention Symposium II:

Overview of Biomedical Interventions for HIV Prevention

  • Moderator: Shalini Eddens, Women Organized to Respond To Life Threatening Diseases (WORLD)
  • Introduction to Biomedical Interventions: Monica Ruiz, Forum for Collaborative HIV Research -- Presentation Slides
  • ARV-based Prevention: Anna Forbes, Independent Consultant -- Presentation Slides
  • Treatment-as-Prevention, Test and Treat: A. Toni Young, Community Education Group -- Presentation Slides
  • Vaccines: Cindra Feuer, AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC) -- Presentation Slides

Treatment Symposium II:

HIV and Aging

  • Moderator: Phill Wilson, Black AIDS Institute (BAI)
  • Epidemiology of HIV & Aging: David Evans, AIDSMeds, AIDS Treatment Activist Coalition (ATAC) -- Presentation Slides
  • T-cell Senescence and Inflammation: Richard Jefferys, Treatment Action Group (TAG-- Presentation Slides
  • Comorbidities: Brian Risley, AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA-- Presentation Slides

 

Skills Building Workshop Presentation Slides

Skills Building Workshops I:

  • Women and HIV Prevention Research - Cocktails for Success: Naina Khanna, Women Organized to Respond To Life Threatening Diseases (WORLD); Hadiyah Charles, Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP) -- Presentation Slides
  • What Is This Telling Me? Reading Journal Articles and Study Protocols: Bob Munk, AIDS Infonet -- Presentation Slides
  • Where Does Research Happen & How is it Regulated and Funded? NIH, CDC, USAID, FDA, Industry, and Academia: Mark Harrington and Sue Perez, Treatment Action Group (TAG) -- Presentation Slides
  • HIV Pathogenesis: Getting to Grips with Immune Activation & Inflammation: Richard Jefferys, Treatment Action Group (TAG) -- Presentation Slides
  • Engaging People of Color in Research: Phill Wilson, Christine DeShay, Black AIDS Institute (BAI) -- Presentation Slides
  • Drug Pricing and the Impact on Treatment Access: Anne Donnelly, Project Inform; Wim Vandevelde, European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG); Julie Cross, Consultant -- Presentation Slides 1; Presentation Slides 2

Skills Building Workshops II:

  • Statistics: The Basics: Tim Horn, AIDSMeds.com -- Presentation Slides
  • Understanding Pharmacokinetics & Drug Interactions: Tracy Swan, Treatment Action Group (TAG; Kimberly Struble, Food and Drug Administration -- Presentation Slides
  • Your Tax Dollars at Work:  Community Participation in DAIDS Funded HIV Clinical Trials: Claire Rappoport, International Network for Strategic Initiative in Global HIV Trials (INSIGHT); Dwight Peavy, NewarkEMA HIV Health Services Planning Council; Hamilton Richardson, Protocol Working Group Member (HVTN); Rona Siskind, M.H.S., Office of Scientific Communications and Information -- Presentation Slides 1; Presentation Slides 2; Presentation Slides 3
  • ARV-based Prevention: Cindra Feuer, AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC); Marc-André LeBlanc, Global Campaign for Microbicides -- Presentation Slides
  • Beyond Behavior: Considerations for HIV Research on Marginal LGBT
    Communities
    : Raquel Sapién, Trans Latina Coalition / National Transgender Planning Group -- Presentation Slides
  • Incarceration & HIV: Laura McTighe, Institute for Community Justice; Cathy Olufs, Center for Health Justice -- Presentation Slides
  • AIDS Drugs Assistance Programs: Utilization Data, Program Restrictions, and Waiting Lists: Ryan Clary & Michael Friedman, Project Inform; Ann Lefert, National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) -- Presentation Slides 1; Presentation Slides 2

Skills Building Workshops III:

  • From SMART to START: Understanding Randomized Controlled Trials: Paul Dalton, AIDS Treatment Activist Coalition (ATAC) -- Presentation Slides
  • Using Data to Change Policy: Housing & HIV: Sean Barry, New York City AIDS Housing Network (NYCAHN); Christine Campbell, Housing Works; Nancy Bernstine, National AIDS Housing Coalition -- Presentation Slides 1; Presentation Slides 2
  • HCV Clinical Trial Design: Tracy Swan, Treatment Action Group (TAG); Michael Carden, Center for the Study of Hepatitis C, Weill Cornell Medical College -- Presentation Slides
  • The Quest Towards a Cure: Matt Sharp, Project Inform; Tim Horn, AIDSMeds.com -- Presentation Slides
  • Working with Drug Companies: Lynda Dee, AIDS Action Baltimore; David Evans, AIDSMeds.com -- Presentation Slides
  • MSM of Color in Prevention Research: Kaijson Noilmar, Legacy Project; Matthew Rose, The National Coalition for LGBT Health; S. Wakefield, HIV Vaccine Trials Network -- Presentation Slides
  • Healthcare Reform and HIV Treatment Access: Anne Donnelly, Project Inform; Julie Cross, Consultant; Andrea Weddle, HIV Medicine Association -- Presentation Slides

Closing Plenary:

Victoria A. Cargill, M.D., M.S.C.E, Director of Minority Research and Clinical Studies, Office of AIDS Research, National Institutes of Health -- Presentation Slides

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