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Agenda

Sunday, April 22, 2018
5:00 pm Registration
6:00 pm Meet and Greet
7:00 pm Dinner
Monday, April 23, 2018
7:00 am Breakfast
8:15 am Welcome, Jim Mullins & Morgane Rolland

Session I – Latency and Reservoirs
Session Chairs: Alison Hill and Lisa Frenkel

8:20 am HIV RESERVOIR ECOLOGY, FROM CLONAL ABUNDANCE TO MECHANISTIC UNDERSTANDING, *Daniel Reeves
8:45 am MODELLING THE DYNAMICS OF SIV REACTIVATION FROM LATENCY USING A BARCODED VIRUS, *Mykola Pinkevych
9:10 am MAPPING AND MANIPULATING HIV’S HARDWIRED LATENCY CIRCUIT, * Leor Weinberger
9:35 am POSITIONAL EFFECTS OF CRISPR/CAS9-MEDIATED HIV PROVIRUS INSERTION AT THE BACH2 LOCUS IN PRIMARY CD4+ T CELLS, *Michael Dapp
10:00 am QUANTIFYING THE TURNOVER OF LATENT HIV: APPLICATIONS TO ANTI-PROLIFERATIVE THERAPY, *Jeffrey Gerold
10:25 am Break

Session II – Other Viruses
Session Chairs: Emma Hodcroft and John Coffin

10:45 am PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC SPREAD OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS 2K/1B RECOMBINANT FROM BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN, *Reilly Hostager
11:10 am QUANTIFYING HOST AND VIRUS COPHYLOGENY, A CASE STUDY IN HEPADNAVIRUSES, *Mariano Avino
11:35 am Plenary Talk: INFLUENZA EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS AND GLOBAL CIRCULATION PATTERNS, Trevor Bedford
12:20 pm Lunch

Session III – Epidemiology
Session Chairs: Manon Ragonnet-Cronin and Susan Little

1:20 pm A COMPREHENSIVE MAPPING OF HIV-1 GENOTYPES IN VARIOUS RISK GROUPS AND REGIONS ACROSS CHINA BASED ON A NATIONWIDE MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEY, *Yi Feng
1:45 pm PHYLODYNAMIC METHODS OF IDENTIFYING FOCI OF HIV-1 TRANSMISSION, *Angela McLaughlin
2:10 pm SPATIAL VARIATION IN HIV INCIDENCE IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA, *Adam Akullian
2:35 pm UNDERSTANDING MARYLAND HIV TRANSMISSION DYNAMICS OVER TIME USING HIV SEQUENCE DATA, *Danielle German
3:00 pm PHYLOGENETIC PATTERNS OF HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG TRANSGENDER WOMEN IN LOS ANGELES, *Manon Ragonnet-Cronin
3:25 pm DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH EUROPEAN HIV INFECTORS AND RECIPIENTS IDENTIFIED USING NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING DATA: RESULTS FROM THE BEEHIVE STUDY, *Matthew Hall
3:50 pm Break

Session IV – Ethical Conduct of HIV Research
Session Chair: Morgane Rolland

4:10 pm Andrew Leigh-Brown, Thomas Leitner, Susan Little, Oliver Laeyendecker, Michael Louella, Raabya Rossenkhan
5:30 pm Posters
7:00 pm Conference Dinner
8:15 pm Music: Sergio and friends at Canyon Wren, Icicle Creek Center for the Arts
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
7:00 am Breakfast

Session V – Software & Methods
Session chairs: Ben Murrell and Sergei Kosakovsky-Pond

8:15 am THE NEXT STEP FOR NEXTSTRAIN: EXTENDING VIRAL REAL-TIME PHYLODYNAMIC METHODS TO BACTERIA, *Emma Hodcroft
8:40 am BEHIND THE STATISTICS: THE ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL PHYLOGENETIC PAIRS IN ESTIMATING THE HERITABILITY OF HIV VIRULENCE, *Venelin Mitov
9:05 am APPLICATION OF NEW CLONAL FAMILY AND GERMLINE INFERENCE METHODS ON B CELL RECEPTOR DEEP SEQUENCING DATA TO SUBJECTS WITH BROADLY NEUTRALIZING ANTI-HIV ANTIBODIES, *Duncan Ralph
9:30 am STARLIKE PHYLOGENY MODELS FOR HIV-1 ACUTE INFECTION, WITH POSITION-SPECIFIC MUTATION-SELECTION PARAMETERS, *Ruobin Gong
9:55 am LONG-READ SEQUENCING OF HIV, *Ben Murrell
10:20 am Break

Session VI – Software & Methods 2
Session Chairs: Thomas Leitner and Anna Bershteyn

10:40 am VIROVERSE: RELATIONAL DATABASE FOR COLLECTION, STORAGE, RETRIEVAL, AND ANALYSIS OF DATA FROM THE BEDSIDE TO THE BENCH, *Thomas R. Sibley
11:05 am HIGH THROUGHPUT HIV GENOMIC TOOLS FOR GALAXY, *Sergei Pond
11:30 am FAVITES: AFRAMEWORK FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS SIMULATION OF HIV TRANSMISSION NETWORKS, PHYLOGENETIC TREES AND SEQUENCES, *Niema Moshiri
11:55 pm PRIMER ID SEQUENCING TO STUDY THE DEVELOPMENT OF CXCR4-USING HIV-1 VARIANTS, *Shuntai Zhou
12:20 pm Lunch

Session VII – Between Host Evolution & Modeling
Session Chairs: Bethany Dearlove and Andrew Leigh-Brown

1:20 pm WHEN DID THE LANL HIV DATABASE BECOME INFORMATIVE OF VIRAL FITNESS? *Joshua Herbeck
1:45 pm COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF MECHANISMS OF RETROVIRAL MUTAGENESIS, *Morgan Meissner
2:10 pm EVIDENCE FOR A FRAGMENTED ORIGIN OF HIV-1 GROUP M FROM A SLIDING WINDOW ANALYSIS OF NEAR FULL-LENGTH GENOMES, *Abayomi Olabode
2:35 pm SEXUAL ROLE AND HIV-1 SET POINT VIRAL LOAD AMONG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN, *Sarah Stansfield
2:55 pm Break
3:20 pm THE TRANSMISSION POTENTIAL OF HIGH-RISK SUB-POPULATIONS EMBEDDED WITHIN A GENERALIZED HIV EPIDEMIC IN NYANZA, KENYA: INTERPRETING SPATIAL HETEROGENEITIES, RISK HETEROGENEITIES, AND MOBILITY THROUGH EPIDEMIOLOGICAL MODELING, *Anna Bershteyn
3:55 pm AGENT-BASED NETWORK MODEL PREDICTS STRONG BENEFITS TO YOUTH-CENTERED HIV TREATMENT-AS-PREVENTION EFFORTS, *John Mittler
4:20 pm MOLECULAR DATING ESTIMATES AN ECLIPSE PHASE OF 7 DAYS FROM HIV-1 INFECTION TO DIAGNOSIS IN THE RV217 COHORT, *Bethany Dearlove
4:45 pm THE FLORIDA DENTIST CASE, GERRY MYERS AND THE START OF THE HIV DYNAMICS AND EVOLUTION CONFERENCES, * Jim Mullins
4:50 pm Posters
7:00 pm Dinner
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
7:00am Breakfast

Session VIII - Within-host Dynamics and Evolution
Session Chairs: Joel Wertheim and Marta Bull

8:15 am PHYLOANATOMY OF NEUROAIDS: SPATIOTEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF SIV INFECTION IN MACAQUES, *Brittany Rife Magalis
8.40 am QUANTIFYING INTRA-PATIENT EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS OF SIMIAN-HIV DRUG RESISTANCE EVOLUTION ACROSS MULTIPLE TISSUE TYPES, *Alison Feder
9:05 am EVOLUTIONARY PATHWAYS OF HIV-1 SUBTYPE C VIRUSES IN THE FEMALE GENITAL TRACT, *Batsirai Mabvakure
9:40 am MODELING THE EFFECT OF CD8+ T-CELL DEPLETION IN SIV VIRAL DYNAMICS UNDER INTEGRASE INHIBITOR MONOTHERAPY, *Erwing Cardozo-Ojeda
10:05 am Break

Session IX - Immunology & Vaccines
Session Chairs: Joshua Schiffer and Cynthia Derdeyn

10:25 am A SINGLE, CONTINUOUS METRIC TO DEFINE TIERED SERUM NEUTRALIZATION POTENCY AGAINST HIV, *Peter Hraber
10:50 am COMPLETELY DEFINING VIRAL ESCAPE FROM ANTIBODIES TARGETING ENV’S FUSION PEPTIDE, *Adam Dingens
11:15 am AUTOLOGOUS NEUTRALIZATION AND ADCC ACTIVITY AGAINST THE TRANSMITTED/FOUNDER ENVELOPE ARISE INDEPENDENTLY IN PLASMA OF HIV-1 INFECTED INDIVIDUALS DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF INFECTION, *S. Abigail Smith
11:40 am MECHANISTIC INTERPRETATIONS OF VARIOUS POSSIBLE OUTCOMES IN THE AMP TRIALS BASED ON IN SILICO SIMULATIONS, *Joshua Schiffer
12:05 pm ESCAPE FROM VRC01 DURING TREATMENT INTERRUPTION TRIALS SUPPORT SEEKING DISTAL SIEVE EFFECTS IN AMP, *Paul Edlefsen
12:30 pm REFINING THE HIV-1 GLYCAN SHIELD MODEL: DYNAMICS OF A HETEROGENEOUS ENVELOPE TRIMER AND EMPIRICAL PREDICTION OF GLYCAN PROCESSING, *Clare Garrard
12:55 pm Meeting Close
1:00 pm Lunch
2:00 pm PANGEA-HIV SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM (Everyone welcome)
5:00 pm Satellite Close
7:00 pm Dinner (On your own, group going to Yodelin)

Agenda last updated: April 19, 2018

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