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Agenda

Tuesday/Dimàirt, May 23, 2017
5:00 pm Registration
6:30 pm Dinner
8:00 pm Welcome Reception
Wednesday/Diciadain, May 24, 2017
7:30 am Breakfast
8:30 am

Fàilte/Welcome, Andrew Leigh Brown

Session I – Latency
Session Chairs: Jim Mullins & Sergei Kosakovsky Pond
8:35 am  

NO DIFFERENCE IN CLONAL HIV POPULATIONS IN BLOOD AND LYMPH NODE IN DONORS ON SUPPRESSIVE ART, William R. McManus

9:00 am

MODELING THE DYNAMICS OF HIV REBOUND FOLLOWING TLR7-AGONIST TREATMENT, Jeffrey Gerold

9:25 am

PREDICTING TREATMENT OUTCOMES WITH LONG-ACTING ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPYAlison Hill

9:50 am

HIV PROVIRAL LANDSCAPE AND EXPRESSION PATTERNS DISCERNED FOLLOWING EX VIVO EXPANSION, Michael Dapp

10:15 am  

General Discussion 

10:30 am Break
Session II Latency 2
Session Chairs: Jim Mullins & Sergei Kosakovsky Pond
11:00 am 

ESTIMATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF LYMPHOCYTE PROLIFERATION TO HIV RESERVOIR PERSISTENCE, Jeffrey Gerold

11:25 am

META-ANALYSIS OF HIV INTEGRATION SITES REVEALS SIMILAR INTEGRATION PATTERNS IN VITRO AND IN VIVO, AND A STRONG PROVIRUS ORIENTATION BIAS IN VIVO SIMILAR TO THAT OF RETROTRANSPOSONS AND ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUS ELEMENTS, James Mullins

11:50 am 

FOUNDER IDENTIFICATION PIPELINE: AN AUTOMATED TOOL TOWARDS ENHANCED VACCINE EFFICACY ASSESSMENT, Raabya Rossenkhan

12:15 pm

General Discussion 

12:30 pm 

Lunch

1:30 pm

Plenary Presentation
Professor Andrew Rambaut
Moderator: Angela McLean

Session III Epidemiology: Patterns 
Session Chairs: Marcia Kalish & Stéphane Hué

2:00 pm 

A MODEL-BASED GENETIC CLUSTERING METHOD FOR DETECTING VARIATION IN HIV TRANSMISSION RATESArt Poon

2:25 pm 

DETAILED ANALYSIS OF HIV TRANSMISSION CHAINS: INPUT OF ULTRA-DEEP SEQUENCING, Stéphane Hué

2:50 pm

MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HIV-1 SUBTYPE A IN FORMER SOVIET UNION COUNTRIES, Syed Ali

3:00 pm

PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE HIV-1 SUBTYPE G IBERIAN VARIANT: ANCESTRY IN CAMEROON AND SPREAD FROM THE IBERIAN PENINSULA INTO CAPE VERDE AND WESTERN AND EASTERN EUROPE, Michael Thomson

3:15 pm

General Discussion 

3:30 pm 

Break  

Session IV Epidemiology: Patterns 2   
Session Chairs: Manon Ragonnet-Cronin & Mike Worobey

4:00 pm 

NONDISCLOSED MSM LINK TOGETHER IN HIV TRANSMISSION NETWORKS, Manon Ragonnet-Cronin

4:25 pm

IDENTIFYING THE SOURCES OF RECENT HIV INFECTION IN A UK COHORT, Larissa Mulka

4:50 pm

HIV TYPE 1 GENETIC DIVERSITY, TRANSMISSION NETWORKS AND PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF VIRAL SPREAD IN FISHING COMMUNITIES OF LAKE VICTORIA AND THE NEIGHBOURING GENERAL POPULATION IN UGANDA, Nicholas Bbosa

5:15 pm 

RECONSTRUCTION OF HIV TRANSMISSION CLUSTERS USING PHYLOSCANNER, Matthew Hall

5:45 pm

General Discussion 

6:00 pm

Posters with Whisky Tasting

7:00 pm

Conference Dinner

Thursday/Diardaoin, May 25, 2017
7:30 am Breakfast

Session V Immunology & Vaccines   
Session Chairs: Morgane Rolland & Josh Herbeck

8:30 am 

DEVELOPMENT OF SIMILAR BNAB SPECIFICITIES IN TWO SUBJECTS INFECTED WITH CLOSELY RELATED STRAINS OF HIV, Ruchi Newman

8:55 am

SHIV CH505 REPLICATION IN INDIAN RHESUS MACAQUES AND CONVERGENT EARLY ESCAPE FROM AUTOLOGOUS NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES, Peter Hraber

9:20 am

IMPUTING HUMAN GENOTYPES FROM VIRAL SEQUENCES, Jonathan Carlson

9:45 am 

USING MOLECULAR DYNAMICS TO ILLUSTRATE THE CHANGES IN THE GLYCAN SHIELDS OF TWO HIV-1 ENVELOPE TRIMERS AFTER THE LOSS OF A GLYCAN, Natasha Wood

10:10 am 

General Discussion 

10:30 am 

Break  

Session VI Immunology & Vaccines 2   
Session Chairs: Jonathan Carlson & Steven Wolinsky

11:00 am

GLYCOSYLATION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF HIV-1 ENVELOPE IMPACTS THE EARLY B-CELL LANDSCAPE AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT OF NEUTRALIZING ACTIVITY, S. Abigail Smith

11:25 am

HIV POPULATION-LEVEL ADAPTATION CAN RAPIDLY DIMINISH THE IMPACT OF A PARTIALLY EFFECTIVE VACCINE, Joshua Herbeck

11:50 am

NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY SIGNATURES IN HIV-1 ENV AND APPLICATIONS FOR VACCINE DESIGN AND PREDICTING ANTIBODY SENSITIVITY PROFILES, Bette Korber

12:15 pm

General Discussion 

12:30 pm 

Lunch

1:30 pm  

Plenary Presentation: PrEPORTUNITY THAT EUROPE IS IGNORING, Professor Sheena McCormack 
Moderator: Andrew Leigh Brown

Session VII Treatment and Public Health  
Session Chairs: Emma Hodcroft & Jan Albert

2:00 pm 

CLUSTER GROWTH DYNAMICS SUGGEST STRATEGY FOR TARGETED INTERVENTION IN NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC HEALTH HIV-1 SURVEILLANCE REGISTRY, Joel Wertheim

2:25 pm

UNDIAGNOSED HIV-1-CASES IN SWEDEN CLOSE TO 10% UNAIDS TARGET BASED ON A MULTIPLE BIOMARKER ESTIMATE OF INFECTION TIMES, Jan Albert

2:50 pm 

ASSESSING THE DANGER OF SELF-SUSTAINED HIV EPIDEMICS FROM PHYLOGENETIC CLUSTER ANALYSIS, Teja Turk

3:15 pm 

General Discussion 

3:30 pm

Break  

Session VIII Treatment and Public Health 2   
Session Chairs: Simon Frost & Joel Wertheim

4:00 pm 

IMPLEMENTING A REAL-TIME HIV SURVEILLANCE PLATFORM, Simon Frost

4:25 pm

PHYLODYNAMIC ANALYSIS TO GUIDE ALLOCATION OF PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, Erik Volz

4:50 pm 

VALIDATING THE DSPS-HIV, A HIGHLY-CUSTOMIZABLE AGENT-BASED HIV EPIDEMIC SIMULATOR, AGAINST THE UK HIV EPIDEMIC, Emma Hodcroft

5:15 pm 

CHARACTERIZING HIV TRANSMISSION CLUSTERS WITHIN A MIDDLE TENNESSEE CLINICAL COHORT, Ann M. Dennis

5:45 pm

General Discussion 

6:00 pm

Posters 

7:00 pm

Dinner  

8:00 pm 

Cèilidh 

Friday/Dihaoine, May 26, 2017
7:30 am Breakfast

Session IX Within-Host Dynamics and Evolution
Session Chairs: Angela McLean & Roland Regoes

8:30 am 

ACCOUNTING FOR DONOR VIRAL DIVERSITY GIVES HIGH ESTIMATES OF THE NUMBER OF HIV FOUNDER VIRIONS IN RECIPIENTS, Robin Thompson

8:55 am

IN VIVO MUTATION RATES AND THE LANDSCAPE OF FITNESS COSTS OF HIV-1 IN CHRONIC INFECTION, Richard Neher

9:20 am 

SEX, DRUGS, AND PHYLOGENY: THE ABC'S OF A SCIENTIFIC SOAP OPERA, Ethan Romero-Severson

9:45 am 

META-ANALYSIS OF PHYLOGENETIC RECONSTRUCTION OF HIV-1 TRANSMISSION IN DOCUMENTED DONOR-RECIPIENT CASES, Thomas Leitner

10:10 am 

General Discussion 

10:30 am

Break  

Session X Within-Host Dynamics and Evolution  
Session Chairs: Ethan Romero-Severson & Thomas Leitner

11:00 am

DUAL HIV-1 INFECTION IN SEROCONVERTERS: PREVALENCE, DETERMINANTS AND BIOLOGICAL EFFECT, Christophe Fraser

11:25 am 

RE-EVALUATING THE ROLE OF LATENCY IN HIV EVOLUTION AT THE WITHIN-HOST AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL LEVELS, Taina Immonen

11:50 am

DISSECTING HIV VIRULENCE: HERITABILITY OF SETPOINT VIRAL LOAD, CD4+ T CELL DECLINE AND PER-PARASITE PATHOGENICITY, Roland Regoes

12:15 pm

General Discussion 

12:30 pm

Meeting Close

1:00 pm

Lunch

2:00 pm 

PANGEA-HIV SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM (Everyone welcome)

5:00 pm

Satellite Symposium Closes

5:30 pm 

Reception

7:00 pm

Dinner  

8:00 pm Bar

 

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