CROI 2019 Program and Conference Information

Oral Sessions

841 LITTLE OR NO OVERLAP OF SEXUAL NETWORKS OF TRANSGENDERWOMEN ANDMSM IN LIMA, PERU Jessica E. Long, Hugo Sanchez, Dania Calderon Garcia, Leyla Huerta Castillo, Javier R. Lama, Ann Duerr Themed Discussion TD-11 PLACES AND PEOPLE: MODELING THE COSTS AND EFFECT OF INTERVENTIONS ON HIV INCIDENCE Room 615-617 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Themed Discussion Leader Anna Bershteyn, Adam N. Akullian, Daniel J. Klein, Britta Jewell, Kennedy Mutai, Samuel M. Mwalili 1084 EPIDEMIC IMPACT OF SUSTAINEDVIREMIA AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA Sharmistha Mishra, Huiting Ma, Sheree Schwartz, Deliwe R. Phetlhu, Vijayanand Guddera, Nora West, Carly Comins, Harry Hausler, Stefan Baral, for the Siyamphambili Study Team 1085 ESTIMATING HIV INCIDENCE AMONG YOUNGWOMEN INHPTN 082 USING BASELINE HIV RISK SCORES James R. Moore, Deborah J. Donnell, Marie-Claude Boily, Kate M. Mitchell, Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, Connie L. Celum, Dobromir Dimitrov 1086 AMATHEMATICAL MODELING ANALYSIS OF COMBINATIONHIV PREVENTION IN ANTENATAL CLINICS Kimberly A. Powers, Kate Orroth, Nora E. Rosenberg, Lauren A. Graybill, Andrew Kumwenda, Tiwonge Mtande, Katie Mollan, Oliver Mweemba, Wilbroad Mutale, Benjamin H. Chi 1083 COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF PREEXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS AMONG ADOLESCENT SEXUAL MINORITYMALES Li Yan Wang, Deven T. Hamilton, Eli Rosenberg, Patrick S. Sullivan, David A. Katz, Richard Dunville, Lisa C. Barrios, Maria Aslam, Steven M. Goodreau 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Target Audience: This session is directed to clinicians and scientists who are interested in understanding the nature and role of the latent reservoir in HIV-1 persistence. Level of Knowledge: It is assumed that the participants are familiar with basic aspects of HIV-1 replication and the concept that HIV-1 DNA can adopt an integrated, latent state in infected cells. Objectives: At the completion of the session, participants will be able to: • Evaluate progress in the field of latency reversing agents • Describe concepts and mechanisms the underlie stochastic HIV-1 gene expression and its silencing by host proteins • Describe how HIV-1 proviruses can influence host gene expression CME Symposium S-4 EXPRESS YOURSELF: PROVIRUS Room 6C Ruanne V. Barnabas, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA 1087 SCALE-UP OF ART ANDVMMC EXPLAIN A TWO-FOLD DECLINE INHIV INCIDENCE INWESTERN KENYA

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