CROI 2020 Program and Conference Information

Oral Sessions

Themed Discussion TD-15 MAKING SENSE OF IT ALL: HIV


Ballroom C

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Themed Discussion Leader Caroline Mitchell , Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA

MINI LECTURE: HIV SUSCEPTIBILITY IN THE FEMALE GENITAL TRACT Caroline Mitchell , Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA 1061 GENITAL SECRETIONS FROMWOMENWITH BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS ENHANCE HIV INFECTION EX VIVO Marla J. Keller , Richard Hunte, Rebecca Barnett, Joyce Serebrenik, Jessica McWalters, April Dobkin, Jessica Goymer, Laurie Ray, Lilia Espinoza, Jessica M. Atrio, Kerry Murphy, Betsy Herold 1062 DMPA-IMDRIVES CERVICAL TH17 HIV TARGET-CELL ACCUMULATION INWOMEN IN ECHO TRIAL Rubina Bunjun , Tanko F. Ramla, Shameem Jaumdally, Hoyam Gamieldien, Rushil Harryparsad, Smritee Dabee, Gonasangrie Nair, Thesla Palanee-Phillips, Maricianah A. Onono, Caitlin W. Scoville, Kate Heller, Jared Baeten, Heather Jaspan, Renee Heffron, Jo-Ann Passmore 1063 INCREASED GENITAL INFLAMMATION INWOMEN RANDOMIZED TO COPPER IUD IN THE ECHO TRIAL Tanko F. Ramla , Rubina Bunjun, Shameem Jaumdally, Smritee Dabee, Anna-Ursula Happel, Hoyam Gamieldien, Rushil Harryparsad, Marisiana A. Onono, Gonasangrie Nair, Thesla Palanee-Phillips, Caitlin W. Scoville, Jared Baeten, Renee Heffron, Heather Jaspan, Jo-Ann Passmore 1059 A COMBINED ESTROGEN/PROGESTINVAGINAL RING IMPROVES VAGINAL MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES Nicole H. Tobin , Sarah L. Brooker, Fan Li, Yoninah S. Cramer, Susan L. Rosenkranz, Grace M. Aldrovandi, Robert Coombs, Susan E. Cohn, Carmen D. Zorrilla, Laura E. Moran, Baiba Berzins, Kimberly K. Scarsi, Catherine Godfrey, for the ACTG 5316 Team 4:00 AM - 6:00 AM Target Audience: This session is directed to clinicians and scientists who are interested in understanding the role of inflammation in HIV infection. Level of Knowledge: It is assumed that the participants are familiar with the basic mechanisms of inflammation in HIV infection. Objectives: At the completion of the session, participants will be able to: • Describe the role of inflammation in driving vaccine immunity • Identify the early inflammatory signatures that track with early infection • Explain the drivers of chronic inflammation • Describe the potential pathways that can be manipulated to reduce inflammation Conveners Symposium S-08 DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD CME OF INFLAMMATION Ballroom A

Oral Sessions • Wednesday

Giulia Marchetti , University of Milan, Milan, Italy Douglas Kwon , Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA, USA

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