Join us for the Annual Third Coast CFAR Symposium: Bridging the Disciplines to Understand HIV Transmission. Taking a multi-disciplinary approach, the goal of the Third Coast CFAR Symposium is to integrate cellular, molecular, clinical, and behavioral perspectives into three sessions that examine HIV transmission in the context of the host, the virus, and intervention.
These sessions will include invited experts from outside Chicago as well as short talks from Third Coast CFAR investigators. Two poster sessions will showcase the breadth of HIV/AIDS research being conducted across Chicago as well as highlighting services provided by the Third Coast CFAR.
Symposium Agenda at a Glance
Detailed schedule to be posted in September
Continental Breakfast & Poster Set-up
Session I: Focus on Host
Paul Volberding, MD, University of California San Francisco
Petronela Ancuta, PhD, University of Montreal
Maximo Brito, MD, MPH, University of Illinois-Chicago
Poster Session I
Session II: Focus on Virus
Ron Swanstrom, PhD, University of North Carolina
Jonathan Carlson, PhD, Microsoft
Poster Session II
Session III: Focus on Interventions
Steven Safren, PhD, University of Miami
Adam Carrico, PhD, University of Miami
The Third Coast CFAR Symposium Organizing Committee
Thomas Hope, PhD
Cell and Molecular Biology
Judith Moskowitz, PhD
Medical Social Sciences
Jessica Ridgway, MD
University of Chicago
The Annual Third Coast CFAR Symposium, Bridging the Disciplines to Understand HIV Transmission, will take place at the Prentice Women’s Hospital 3rd Floor Conference Center October 2, 2017.
Third Coast Center for AIDS Research
625 N Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
Prentice Women’s Hospital 3rd Floor Conference Center
250 E. Superior St.
Chicago, IL 60611