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January 2016 - Volume 71 - Supplement 1
17th Annual International Meeting of the Institute of Human Virology
The 17th Annual International Meeting of the Institute of Human Virology carried forward a tradition of in depth science at the cutting edge of new discovery. Highlights of the 2015 meeting were sessions on mechanisms of viral latency and recent advances in understanding the barriers to an HIV cure. The session on Global Virus Threats: Translation of Basic Science to Public Health Practice included the Reinhard Kurth Memorial Lecture, presented by Nobel Laureate Harald zur Hausen. This session also featured a cutting edge presentation on the latest in Ebola virus basic and translational research. Focus of other sessions was on Comorbities and Hepatitis C; Molecular Epidemiology in Viruses and Cancer; HIV Structural Biology, Immunology and Vaccines; Pathogenesis Research: Viruses, Cancer and Host Factors; and Immunology and Inflammation. The next generation of scientists were invited to submit research abstracts for podium and poster presentation to promote scientific dialogue and exchange that has distinguished the IHV Annual Meeting for many years.
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HIV Prevention of Transgender Populations
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Advanced Implementation Science for Prevention of Maternal Child HIV TransmissionPublished August 1, 2016
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January 2016 - Volume 71 - Supplement 1, 17th Annual International Meeting of the Institute of Human Virology
New Focus Area: Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and Hepatitis C virus (HCV)
JAIDS is now accepting manuscripts for a new focus area of interest: HBV and HCV
The investment in HIV research has allowed us to make huge advances in controlling a formerly brutal epidemic. Now, what we've learned from HIV is being applied to hepatitis viruses, both HBV and especially HCV where curative treatments are on the verge of transforming that epidemic as well. JAIDS believes there is a clear synergy in these research efforts and that on all levels these research efforts are vital to share across the boundaries of interest of specific viral infections. JAIDS looks forward to publishing the best of this work and calls for manuscripts in HCV and HBV research as well as in ongoing work against HIV infection.
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"The innovative operations research intervention of empowering staff to identify and rectify barriers (systems engineering) yields positive benefits."--Dr. William Blattner, JAIDS Epidemiology and Prevention
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The editors, publisher and staff of JAIDS morns the loss of Joep Lange, a true leader in the worldwide fight against the HIV epidemic, who was killed in the senseless destruction of the Malaysian Air flight bringing him and others to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne Australia. Joep was a dear colleague and friend to so many in our field and a tireless advocate for a science-based approach to improve patient outcomes and for universal access to HIV care. He helped create programs in many resource limited regions especially in Africa and Asia. He was a quiet, centered and refined man who could be a strong and determined voice against those opposed to equality in care. He was tireless in his work and an exemplary collaborator. He was joined in this tragedy by his equally effective partner Jacqueline van Tongeren. Dr. Lange was a past president of the International AIDS Society, the convener of the Melbourne conference, and will be sorely missed by all. Joep would have been the first to note the misguided violent forces behind this terrorist attack that cost the lives of innocent passengers and our dear colleagues and friends.
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