DR MARK A. WAINBERG LECTURE HIV Elimination: Dare to Dream Dr Cécile Tremblay BASIC SCIENCES KEYNOTE Targeting the Clock Inside Th17 Cells for HIV-1 Cure Dr Petronela Ancuta SPECIAL SESSION ... Open Post
Due to COVID-19, the 29th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research — which was scheduled to take place in Quebec City — became CAHR 2020 Virtual. This compendium of abstracts ... Open Post
Click on the Program # to view the abstract. Click on the Abstract Title to view the presentation on YouTube starting May 1st at 3:30 PM EDT. Basic Sciences BS2.01 ... Open Post
A Roadmap for Brain Health in HIV: new views and practical tools for the Canadian context FRIDAY, MAY 1 – 13:00-14:15 (Click here to view the presentation video) This session ... Open Post
DR MARK A. WAINBERG LECTURE Friday, May 1 – 10:15-11:15 Dr Cécile Tremblay (Click here to view the presentation video) Biography: Dr Cécile Tremblay is an infectious diseases/medical microbiologist specialist ... Open Post
Conference Dates Friday May 1st to Saturday May 2nd Registration All registration fees will be waived. AGENDA *all times stated are in Eastern Daylight Time Friday, May 1, 2020 10:00-10:15 ... Open Post
With a membership of more than 1,000 researchers and others interested in HIV research, the Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) is the leading organization of HIV/AIDS researchers in Canada. CAHR is the organizing body for the Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR Conference).
CAHR encourages Canadian researchers to be leaders in knowledge translation and to effectively respond both to the Canadian and global HIV/AIDS epidemics. Since its founding in 1991, CAHR has promoted excellence in HIV research, including mentorship and career development of investigators entering the field.
CAHR fosters collaboration and co-operation among HIV research communities, including basic, clinical and social sciences, epidemiology and public health. CAHR also engages people living with HIV/AIDS and AIDS service organizations in ongoing dialogue and information exchange to ensure that HIV/AIDS research remains responsive to the epidemic and its stakeholders.
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