The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) is a scientifically focused meeting of the world’s leading researchers working to understand, prevent, and treat HIV/AIDS and its complications. The goal of CROI is to provide a forum for translating laboratory and clinical research into progress against the AIDS epidemic. Over 4,000 leading researchers and clinicians from around the world convene in a different location each year for the Conference.
Below are BC-CfE researchers presenting at this year's CROI conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Click on the images to download a PDF version of their posters.
|Presenters||Presentation Dates||Topic||PDF Download|
|Julio Montaner/Bohdan Nosyk|
|The Evolution of the Cascade of HIV Care in British Columbia, Canada: 1996-2009|
|Chanson Brumme||March 4|
|Proposed Host Pharmacogenetic Polymorphisms Predict Laboratory Abnormalities, but Not Early Treatment Discontinuation in Patients|
|Richard Liang||March 5|
|Impact of experimental conditions on the utility of "primer ID" tagging for next-generation HIV sequencing|
|Rosemary McCloskey||March 5|
|An Evaluation of Phylogenetic Methods for ReconstructingTransmitted HIV Variants Using Longitudinal Clonal HIV Sequence Data |
|Viviane Lima||March 6|
|A Test, Treat and Retain Combination Strategy for Elimination of HCV Transmission among Injection Drug Users: A Mathematical Model.|
|Art Poon||March 6|
|Robust phylogenetic method to reconstruct dates of infection in HIV-1 seroconverters from different risk groups|
|Alejandro Gonzalez-Serna||TBD||Low-Level HIV Viremia and Drug Resistance Testing|