CFAR-CHIC K12 Scientific Symposium on HIV-associated Heart, Lung, and Blood

Add to Calendar 2019-09-25 12:00 2019-09-25 17:00 America/Los_Angeles CFAR-CHIC K12 Scientific Symposium on HIV-associated Heart, Lung, and Blood

Please join us on Wednesday, September 25th 2019 from 12:00 – 5:00 PM for a scientific symposium on HIV-associated Heart, Lung, and Blood Co-Morbidities and HIV Cure, jointly sponsored by the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) and the Career Development Program in Cardiopulmonary, Hematologic, and Immunologic Comorbidities of HIV (CHIC) (K12).

The symposium will feature invited speakers – Drs. Matthew Freiberg (Vanderbilt University), Henry Masur (National Institutes of Health), and Alison Morris (University of Pittsburgh), CHIC K12 faculty including Drs. Warner Greene, Diane Havlir, Laurence Huang, Satish Pillai, Nadia Roan, and Phyllis Tien, and our two CHIC K12 Scholars, Richard Wang and Leonard Chavez.

Attendees will learn about topics related to these HIV-associated comorbidities and about unique patient cohorts supporting research in HIV-associated cardiopulmonary, hematologic and HIV cure research that are also suitable for a wide range of other research projects in HIV.

Moreover, fellows and junior faculty interested in the CHIC K12 career development program (next cycle coming up!) will have the opportunity to learn about the program from Program Directors, Drs. Laurence Huang and Priscilla Hsue.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,

Laurence and Priscilla

Mahley Auditorium, Gladstone Institutes , Mission Bay
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Please join us on Wednesday, September 25th 2019 from 12:00 – 5:00 PM for a scientific symposium on HIV-associated Heart, Lung, and Blood Co-Morbidities and HIV Cure, jointly sponsored by the UCSF-Gladstone Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) and the Career Development Program in Cardiopulmonary, Hematologic, and Immunologic Comorbidities of HIV (CHIC) (K12).

The symposium will feature invited speakers – Drs. Matthew Freiberg (Vanderbilt University), Henry Masur (National Institutes of Health), and Alison Morris (University of Pittsburgh), CHIC K12 faculty including Drs. Warner Greene, Diane Havlir, Laurence Huang, Satish Pillai, Nadia Roan, and Phyllis Tien, and our two CHIC K12 Scholars, Richard Wang and Leonard Chavez.

Attendees will learn about topics related to these HIV-associated comorbidities and about unique patient cohorts supporting research in HIV-associated cardiopulmonary, hematologic and HIV cure research that are also suitable for a wide range of other research projects in HIV.

Moreover, fellows and junior faculty interested in the CHIC K12 career development program (next cycle coming up!) will have the opportunity to learn about the program from Program Directors, Drs. Laurence Huang and Priscilla Hsue.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,

Laurence and Priscilla