Please join us! The Enterprise and partners are holding an interactive session to explore the latest in HIV vaccine design, development and testing on Sunday, 19 July at 5:00pm - 7:00pm in Room 121-122. What’s Next for HIV Vaccines: From Design to Efficacy Testing features an expert panel that will discuss and review:
The Canadian HIV Vaccine Initiative (CHVI) Research and Development Alliance Coordinating Office (ACO) invite you to join a special satellite session at IAS 2015 on “Mucosal Immunology Research in Canada: Collaborative Contributions to the Field”. Mucosal immunology of the reproductive tract is a critical area of investigation for HIV vaccines, and this satellite aims to highlight the contribution of three of Canada’s leading teams working in this area.
A 2-hr virtual mini-symposium highlighting some of the latest research in the development of antibody-based HIV vaccines to be held on 22 May at 11am EST. This mini-symposium will focus on selected efforts to design immunogens, develop novel immunization regimens, and track the resulting antibody response with the goal of eliciting broadly protective neutralizing antibodies against HIV.