Program Schedule

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HIV: Basic Science

Saturday, October 11, 2014: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Room: The Pennsylvania Convention Center: IDExpo Hall BC

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Target Audience: HIV specialists, HIV clinicians

Tracks: HIV-STD-TB, Adult ID

Presentations:
Plasma markers of immune activation likely reflect related but distinct processes of cellular immune activation in HIV-infected persons before and after suppression of viremia by antiretroviral therapy: ACTG 5260
Theodoros Kelesidis, MD, PhD ; Carlee Moser, PhD ; Grace a. Mccomsey, MD ; Todd Brown, MD, PhD ; Heather Ribaudo, PhD ; Thuy Tien T Tran ; Otto Yang, MD ; James Stein, MD ; Judith Currier, MD, MSc
Pervasive B cell Activation during Viremic HIV-1 Infection but Effective Responses with Appropriate Stimulation in vitro
Lindsay Nicholson, MD ; Harsh Pratap, MS ; Elisabeth Bowers, PhD ; Edward M. Gardner, MD ; Timothy Wright ; Edward Janoff, MD
Antibodies to conformational epitopes interfere with T20 fusion inhibition
Hakimuddin Sojar, PhD ; Michele Smith, BA ; Mark Hicar, MD, PhD
Intrarenal and Systemic Inflammation and HIV-related Renal Disease
Takashi Shinha, MD ; Deming Mi, MS ; Ziyue Liu, PhD ; Christie Orschell, PhD ; Michael Lederman, MD, LSMFT ; Samir Gupta, MD, MS
Dysfunctional HDL in HIV-infected adults with suppressed viremia on antiretroviral therapy may directly increase dendritic cell maturation and contribute to immune activation
Theodoros Kelesidis, MD, PhD ; Sangeun Park, BS ; Diana Huynh, BS ; Christian Hoffman, PhD ; Jennifer Fulcher, MD, PhD ; Otto Yang, MD

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