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MRC CTU at UCL research at the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science and International HIV Paediatrics Workshop

21 July 2017

HIV researchers from around the world will be meeting in Paris over the next few days to share their latest research findings at the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science, and the International HIV Paediatrics Workshop. There will be a number of presentations from MRC CTU at UCL, and our collaborators. Details can be found in the table below.

Day

Presenter

Title

Session details

Abstract number

21 July

Lizzie Chappell

The cascade of care for children with HIV in the UK and Ireland in 2015

12:15-14:00,

Poster viewing

Poster #58

21 July

Anna Turkova

Use and safety of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) in children and adolescents with HIV in paediatric cohorts in the European Union

12:15-14:00,

Poster viewing

Poster #30

21 July

Alex Lyons

Safety of Etravirine (ETR) in young people with HIV: Patient characteristics, adverse events and discontinuation

12:15-14:00,

Poster viewing

Poster #35

21 July

Ruth Goodall

Incidence of virological failure to first-line ART among children in Europe and Thailand

11:45-12:00,

Oral Abstract Presentations session

Paper Number 5

21 July

Ruth Goodall

CD4 recovery following antiretroviral treatment interruptions in HIV-positive children and adolescents in Europe and Thailand

12:15-14:00,

Poster viewing

Paper Number 51

22 July

Ali Judd

Experiences of transition to adult care and readiness to self-manage care in young people with perinatal HIV in England

14:45-15:00, Oral Abstract Presentations session

Paper Number 20

23 July

Sheena McCormack

After PROUD…

12:30-14:30, Bordeaux Ampitheatre

Non-Commercial Satellite

24 July

Francois Raffi

Patient reported outcomes (PROs) in HIV-infected adults enrolled in the NEAT001/ANRS143 trial comparing first-line ART regimens with darunavir/ritonavir (DRV/r) in combination with tenofovir DF/emtricitabine (TDF/FTC) or raltegravir (RAL)

12:30-14:30, Poster Exhibition area

MOPEB0286

24 July

Sheena McCormack

Adding D to the ABC: putting the drugs in the ABC of prevention

08:45-10:30, Le Grand Ampitheatre

Plenary

25 July

Sheena McCormack

Long-term follow-up of PROUD: evidence for high continued HIV exposure and durable effectiveness of PrEP

11:00-12:30, Blue Ampitheater

TUAC0101 

25 July

Mitzy Gafos

Experiences and perceptions of PrEP among gay and other men who sex with men (MSM) using PrEP in the PROUD study in England

11:00-12:30, Blue Ampitheater

TUAC0105 

26 July

Anna Turkova

Treatment 4 or 5 Days a Week, for Whom is it a Suitable Option?

11:00-12:30, Havana Amphitheater

Oral presentation

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