CFAR Symposium 2010: HIV Infection, Inflammation, and Premature Aging


The Intersection of HIV and Aging

  • Development and Reversion of Immunosenescence in HIV-1 Infection
    Victor Appay, PhD
  • The Role of HIV-Associated Inflammation in Aging
    Russell P. Tracy, PhD
  • Polarized Immune Responses Regulate Cancer Development
    Lisa Coussens, PhD
  • How Might HIV Infection and Therapy Drive Aging and Age-Related Disease?
    Judith Campisi, PhD
  • The HIV Tat Protein Regulates Immune Activation via SIRT1
    Melanie Ott, MD, PhD

Translational Implications of HIV and Aging

  • Non-AIDS Morbidity: Accelerated Aging or Disease-Related Risk Factor?
    Carl Grunfeld, MD, PhD
  • The Intersection of HIV and Geriatric Medicine
    Kenneth Covinsky, MD, MPH
  • Bridging the Basic and Clinical: Novel Therapeutic Strategies to Prevent HIV-Associated Aging
    Peter Hunt, MD
  • HIV and Osteoporosis
    Steven T. Harris, MD, FACP
  • HIV-Associated Inflammation and Accelerated Decline in Renal Function
    Andy Choi, MD
  • HIV, Inflammation, and Atherosclerosis
    Priscilla Hsue, MD
  • HIV-1, Inflammation, and Neuropathogenesis: Implications for Neurological and Cognitive Function
    Serena Spudich, MD