Tentative Agenda

Sunday, March 24, 2019
17:00 Registration
18:30 Welcome Drink
19:00 Dinner
Monday, March 25, 2019
07:00 Breakfast for Hotel Guests only
08:00 Opening remarks
Session Chair:  Annemie Vandamme
08:20 Characterizing the global recombinant history of HIV-1 group m with dynamic network community detection, Abayomi Olabode
08:45 Patterns of inter-subtype recombination in full HIV genomes from Uganda, Heather Grant
09:10  The importance of environment and mutational history on evolution of HIV in a long-term  evolution experiment, Eva Bons
09:35 Newly discovered archival data confirm that sexually transmitted diseases, and in particular syphilis, peaked coinciding in time and space with HIV-1 early epicenter, João Dinis Sousa
10:00 Break
Session Chairs: Joel Wertheim and Manon Ragonnet
10:30 Using real-time phylogenetic analysis to assess and guide public health interventions in an HIV outbreak among people who inject drugs in Scotland, Manon Ragonnet-Cronin
10:55  HIV 1 transmission cluster prioritization in automated statewide surveillance, A. Dennis
11:20 Substantial variation in HIV-1 transmission dynamics over small geographic scales in Rakai district, Uganda, Xiaoyue Xi
11:45 Transmission network parameters and dynamics inferred from HIV-1 sequences of fisherfolk   communities, female sex workers and general populations in Uganda: a phylogenetic and modeling approach, Nicholas Bbosa
12:10  Natural Selection Favoring More Transmissible HIV Detected in U.S. Molecular Transmission Network, Joel Wertheim
12:35 Lunch
Session Chairs: Joel Wertheim and Manon Ragonnet
14:00   Sampling and clustering sensitivity, Sepideh Mazrouee
Session Chairs:  Ana Abecasis and Christophe Fraser
14:25 The age and gender distribution of onwards transmission of HIV-1 in generalized epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa: a joint modelling and phylogenetics approach, Matthew Hall
14:50  Phylogenetic measures of indel rate variation among the HIV-1 group m subtypes, John Palmer
15:15   The role of transmission bottlenecks in the evolution of HIV-1, David Dick
15:40  Coffee break
16:05   25 years of HIV Dynamics, Andrew Leigh-Brown
16:30 Posters
19:00 Dinner at Lake House
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
07:00 Breakfast for Hotel Guests only
Session Chairs:  Steven Wolinsky and Ana Espada da Sousa
08:00 The extent and strength of positive selection during HIV-1 chronic infection, Katrina Lythgoe
08:25  The influence of realistic selection on the inference of within-host migration rates of HIV-1, Judith Bouman
08:50  Predator-prey dynamics of intra-host SIV infection within the untreated host: an evolutionary perspective, Brittany Rife Magalis
09:15   Time to viral suppression in perinatally HIV-infected infants depends on the state of HIV disease progression at the start of art, Juliane Schröter
09:40  Environmental restrictions determine the mode of HIV-1 spread in tissue-like 3D cultures, Frederik Graw
10:05 Coffee break
Session Chairs:  Steven Wolinsky and Ana Espada da Sousa
10:30  SHIV replication and convergent early escape from autologous neutralizing antibodies, Peter Hraber
10:55 How and why can multiple HIV infections occur and persist within a host? Christophe Fraser
11:20 Genetically-barcoded SIV reveals dynamic changes in virus population structure during CTL escape, Taina T. Immonen
11:45  Temporal analysis of HIV escape from single antibody pressure for designing combination therapy, Allen Lin
12:15 Lunch
Session Chairs: Jan Albert and Morgane Rolland
14:00 Modeling post-rebound control of HIV after autologous stem cell transplantation with CCR5-modified cells, Erwing Cardozo Ojeda
14:25  Residual viremia is dominated by monotypic clones that contribute to infectious plasma virus,  Hadega Aamer
14:50 SIV reactivation, growth, and control after treatment interruption, Mykola Pinkevych 
15:10 Coffee break
Session 6: TREATMENT & PreP 
Session Chair: Stephane Hue and Annemie Vandamme
15:35 Viral rebound following treatment interruption and Vrc01 infusion was predicted by certain Vrc01 epitope motifs, Bethany Dearlove
16:00 Country-level drivers of NNRTI resistance in Southern Africa, Julien Riou
16:25 Feature selection on HIV integrase polymorphisms in patients failing raltegravir treatment in Uganda, Mariano Avino
17:00 Posters
19:00 Dinner
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
07:00 am Breakfast for Hotel Guests only
Session 7: Other Viruses
Session Chair: Nuno Faria
08:00  Expanding the genotype classification of Zika viruses, Hanna Guimaraes
08:25 Quantifying the onwards transmission of genetically related Hcv infections among self-described young adult injecting partnerships, Damien Tully
08:50  Using whole-genome deep sequencing to understand the evolution and diversity of European enterovirus D68 outbreaks in 2014, 2016, and 2018, Emma Hodcroft
09:15   Decyphering the kinetics of HPV genital infections in young women, Samuel Alizon
09:40   Analysing HCV epidemics in Lyon (France) using ABC phylodynamics, Samuel Alizon
10:05 Break
Session Chairs:  Sergei Pond and Emma Hodcroft
10:30 Cryptic population structure reveals transmission patterns in HIV epidemics, Erik Volz
10:55 PLATYPI: fast phylogenetic genotype classification and recombination detection, Pieter Libin
11:20 Phylogenetic incongruence in the definition of recombination events in HIV-1, Beatriz Beamud
11:45 Calibrating the parameters of HIV-1 acute infection timing estimators using the known time intervals between two sequenced samples per person, Paul Edlefsen
12:10 High throughput HIV next generation sequence analysis in galaxy, Sergei Pond
12:35 Closing Remarks and Adjourn

Agenda last updated: March 5, 2019

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