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Scientific programme


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Three sessions will be scheduled each day.
Each session will start by lectures given by invited speakers followed
by short abstract driven oral presentations by young investigators, in order to give them the opportunity to present
their work
.




21 May 2013


The symposium will be opened in the afternoon by a special lecture of Dr. Anthony Fauci (Director of the National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases, NIAID, NIH)

 

 

22 May 2013

Sessions will be organized on different aspects of virus/host interactions at host, cellular and molecular levels including host intrinsic immunity against HIV and related lentiviruses, sensing and innate responses against infection, viral and host pathogenic determinants, system biology approaches.


Session 1:

Session2:


Session 3:


Interactions at molecular levels: Viral strategies of replication and host restriction mechanisms
Interactions at tissue and systemic levels: Viral strategies of infection and host responses
Inflammation, immune Activation & pathogenesis

   

23 May 2013

The sessions will be more dedicated to translational research. Main topics will include: natural and induced host control of HIV/SIV infection, immune activation in HIV/AIDS and associated complications, novel preventative interventions and therapeutic strategies towards a functional cure. 

 
Session 4:
Session 5:
Session 6:


Clinical & translational Research
Strategies for HIV control & cure
HIV Vaccine


  Closing Lecture

Closing remarks will be made by Françoise Barré-­Sinoussi