2017-02-13 09:00 — 2017-02-16 17:00
The annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) took place February 13–16, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Read on to review the coverage, access webcasts of conference sessions and to check out what caught AVAC’s attention.
In the Media
Whether from the conference rooms in Seattle or while streaming remotely, the following sessions caught our attention.
Monday, February 13
- Workshop for New Investigators and Trainees
- Clinical Trial Design and Analysis
- Martin Delaney Presentation: CROI’s yearly presentation, in honor of the late HIV activist, Martin Delaney, focused on the Good Participatory Practice guidelines (GPP). Through presentations and participant feedback, this panel provided global highlights of GPP and discussed their significance in the research process
Tuesday, February 14
- The Emerging Potential for HIV Cure for Infants, Children and Adults
- Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering The Undiagnosed and Undertreated HIV Epidemic
- PrEP Without Borders: New Delivery Options
- Strangers in the Night: Challenges and Opportunities in STI Control
Wednesday, February 15
- Antiviral Vaccine Development from A (AIDS) to Z (Zika)
- Common Bedfellows: PrEP, STIs, and the Microbiome
- HIV Self-testing: Know Yourself
- Getting to the Third 90
Thursday, February 16
- If You Can Make It There: Ending the HIV Epidemic in New York
- The Impossible Dream: Population Perspective on 90:90:90 in Adolescents and Young Adults
- Hot Flashes: Hormonal Contraception and HIV Risk
- How Does the Microbiome Affect HIV Infection?
- Paths Intertwined: Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies and the HIV-1 Envelope Trimer