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CHÉOS at IAS 2015

IAS-2015

CHÉOS Investigators Drs. Joel Singer and Martin Schechter have abstracts at the 2015 International AIDS Society Conference (IAS 2015), which takes place in Vancouver, B.C. from July 19 to 22. IAS 2015 is the largest open scientific conference on issues relating to HIV/AIDS.

View the complete program on the conference website.

Kinloch NN, Macmillan DR, Le AQ, Cotton LA, Mccloskey R, Bangsberg DR, Buchbinder S, Carrington M, Fuchs J, Harrigan PR, Koblin B, Markowit M, Mayer K, Milloy MJ, Schechter MT, Wagner T, Walker BD, Carlson JM, Poon AFY, Brumme ZL. Population-level spread of immune-driven mutations in HIV-1 polymerase during the North American epidemic. Oral Presentation TUAA01.

Brophy J, Lee T, Sauve L, Bitnun A, Singer J, Kakkar F, Lapointe N, Alimenti A, Money D, Vaudry W, Samson L, for the Canadian Pediatric and Perinatal AIDS Research Group. Geographic origin trends among HIV+ mothers and children in Canada and impact on vertical HIV transmission rates. Poster Presentation WEPDC01.

Singer J, Bitnun A, Lee T, Samson L, Brophy J, Money D, Alimenti A, Vaudry W, Kakkar F, Lapointe N, Sauve L, Canadian Pediatric and Perinatal AIDS Research Group. The Canadian perinatal HIV surveillance program (CPHSP): program description and trends in demographics, treatment and transmission. Poster Presentation WEPDC01.

Slogrove A, Cotton M, Kollman T, Speert D, Esser M , Singer J, Bettinger J. The effects of maternal HIV infection on infectious morbidity of HIV exposed uninfected (HEU) infants in South Africa. Poster MOPEB205.

Bitnun A, Lee T, Samson L, Brophy J, Singer J, Money D, Alimenti A, Vaudry W, Kakkar F, Lapointe N, Sauve L, for the Canadian Pediatric and Perinatal AIDS Research Group. Successes and failures of vertical HIV transmission prevention efforts in Canada: evidence from the Canadian Perinatal HIV Surveillance Program (CPHSP). Poster MOPEC445.

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