A Day on AIDS

6th Minisymposium

  • Overview

    Session I

     

    11:00

    H.Hauser (HZI, Braunschweig)

     

    Welcome

     

    11:05

    A.Honigman (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

     

    What did we learn from retroviruses

     

    11:40

    K.H.Roux (Florida State University, Tallahassee)

     

    The structure and function of the HIV-1 envelope spike

     

    12:15

    H.Göttlinger (University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester)

     

    Host Factors in HIV Budding

     

    12:50

    Lunch

     

    Session II

     

    13:40

    M.Benkirane (Institute de Génétique Humaine, Montpellier)

     

    HIV-1 eradication: can miRNA help?

     

    14:15

    E.Verhoeyen (Lyon)

     

    Cytokine displaying lentiviral vectors as a tool for evaluation of an anti-HIV HSC based gene therapy in a macaque model

     

    14:50

    J.Hauber (Heinrich-Pette-Institute, Hamburg)

     

    Experimental therapies for HIV-infection

     

    15:25

    Coffee break

     

    Session III

     

    15:55

    R.M.Ruprecht (Dana-Faber Cancer Institute, Boston)

     

    A safe and effective AIDS vaccine: What will it take to succeed?

     

    16:30

    V.Garcia-Martinez (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas)

     

    Pre-exposure prophylaxis approaches to prevent the spread of AIDS

     

    17:05

    M.Gröne (Universität Erlangen)

     

    HIV, where it came from and where it goes

     

     

    Everybody is welcome!

     

    Registration is requested. No participation fee.


    Date: 31.01.2008, 11:00

    Location

    Forum of the HZI