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MHRP Researchers and Collaborators Presenting at CROI 2017

February 10, 2017

MHRP and collaborators are scheduled to speak and present at CROI 2017, taking place February 13-16 in Seattle.

Dr. Jintanat Ananworanich, MHRP’s Associate Director for Therapeutics Research, will present during the first plenary of the conference on Tuesday, February 14, a talk titled, “The Emerging Potential for HIV Cure for Infants, Children, and Adults.”

Other MHRP researchers and collaborators will present the following abstracts at the conference:

HIV-specific CD8 T Cells in Persons Treated in Feibig I Acute Infection Who Stop ART (themed discussion)
-Hiroshi Takata

B Cell Responses Post-ART Interruption in Person Treated in Fiebig I
—Supranee Buranapraditkun

HIV Testing, Linking in Care and Viral Suppression Among Gay Men in Nigeria
—H.R. Omari (Institute of Human Virology)

Deep Sequencing Reveals Rare CNS Compartmentalization in Acute HIV-1 Infection
—Rujipas Sirijatuphat

Early Macrophage Independent Inflammation and SHIV-RNA in CNS in a Rhesus SHIV Model (oral presentation)
—Sandhya Vasan

MRS Measures Associate With Impaired Neuropsychological Performance in Acute HIV
—Joanna Hellmuth (UCSF)

CSF S100B and CX3CR1 Monocytes in Acute HIV Infection Predict Putamen Atrophy
—Lishomwa C. Ndhlovu (University of Hawaii)

Altered Stability of HIV-infected Memory Cells Following Very Early ART
—Louise Leyre (Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal)

Plasma Soluble CD163 is Suppressed Upon Early ART Initiation in Acute HIV Infection
—Michelle L. D’Antoni (University of Hawaii)

CNS Monitoring of cART Interruption in Individuals Treated During Fiebig I Acute HIV
—Phillip Chan (SEARCH Thailand)

Acute HIV Infection and Human Gut Microbime Before and After Anti-Retroviral Therapy
—Ornella Sortino (NIAID)

Early Detection Of HIV Rebound By Innate Sensors Post ART Interruption (oral presentation)
—Julie Mitchell

HIV RNA Rebound Post-Interruption In Persons Suppressed in Fiebig I Acute HIV (oral presentation)
—Jintanat Ananworanich

Low Inducibility of the HIV Reservoir in Early ART- Treated Thai Children
—Marta Massanella (Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal)

Stigma Associated with HIV/STI Incidence Among Nigerian Men Who Have Sex with Men
—C. Rodriguez-Hart (Johns Hopkins University)

Soluble Biomarkers in Acute JIV Infection Reveal Insight Into HIV Reservoir
— Jeffrey Teigler

Limitations of the International HIV Dementia Scale in The Current Era
— Benedetta Milanini (University of California San Francisco)

Heightened Systemic and CNS Immune Activation in Acute HIV Infection With Syphilis
—Phillip Chan (SEARCH Thailand)

CNS Immune Activation Persists in Acute and Chronic HIV Despite Extended Cart
—Joanna Hellmuth (University of California San Francisco)

HIV-1 Sequences From Early Infection Predict the Age Of the Infection
—Morgane Rolland

Resurgence of HIV-1 Founder Viruses Following Antiretroviral Treatment Interruption
—Morgane Rolland

HIV Drug Resistance: A Unique Perspective Across Four African Countries
—Brook Danbois