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Presentations at the 2015 IMPAACT Network Annual Meeting

Presentations are provided in PDF with author's permission. Use the links below to find the session your favorite session. Sessions and presentations will be added as permissions are provided. For presentations that are not provided contact IMPAACT Operations for contact information.

Joint Plenary


Scientific Committee Updates

IMPAACT Commmunity Advisory Board

Lessons Learned from NIAID CTU/CRS Structure & Changes in this Grant Cycle

Joint Plenary

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

NIAID Scientific Priorities

Anthony Fauci

IMPAACT State of the Network

Sharon Nachman

HPTN State of the Network

Wafaa El-Sadr

PROMISE: Efficacy and Safety of Two Strategies to Prevent Perinatal HIV Transmission

Mary Glenn Fowler

Ethical and Regulatory Considerations in Adolescent HIV
Treatment and Prevention Research

Robert Nelson

VRCO1 in Children and Adults

Barney Graham

Population Survets to Assess Impact of HIV Programming

Jessica Justman

PEPFAR: Update and Focus on Adolescent Girls and Children

Deborah Birx


Thursday, June 18, 2015

Moving into the Future: A New Way to Collect and Manage ACTG and IMPAACT Data

Marlene Cooper

IMPAACT/ACTG Specimen Repository Website

Marlene Cooper

Scientific Committee Updates

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Opening Remarks

Sharon Nachman

Treatment Scientific Committee

Elaine Abrams

Prevention Scientific Committee

Lynda Stranix-Chibanda

Complications & Comorbidities Scientific Committee

Coleen Cunningham

Tuberculosis Scientific Committee

Anneke Hesseling

Cure Scientific Committee

Deborah Persaud and Ellen Chadwick

IMPAACT Community Advisory Board

The Role of the ICAB Member

Leslie Raneri

Inclusion of Adolescents in the IMPAACT Network

Emanueli Msuya

Community Website Planning

ICAB Leadership Training

Lessons Learned from NIAID CTU/CRS Structure & Changes in this Grant Cycle

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Lessons Learned in this Grant Cycle

Manizhe Payton, Director, DAIDS OCSO












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