Monday 5 November

Tuesday 6 November

 
 

Session 1: Senescence

Invited lecture: HIV disease progression is associated with exhaustion of lymphopoiesis driven by immune activation

V. Appay

Pres.

 

Invited lecture: Cell Senescence and Aging

N. Sharpless

Not avail.

 

Panel discussion

S. Desai

Pres.

 

 

Session 2: Abstract driven presentations

PINCH in the cellular stress response to Tau hyperphosphorylation

D. Langford

Pres.

 

Neurocognitive impairment and anxiety/depression in HIV- 1 infected patients across Western Europe and Canada: CRANIum study age analysis

M. Guion

Pres.

 

Higher veterans aging cohort study (VACS) index scores are associated with concurrent risk of neurocognitive impairment

D. Moore

Pres.

 

Association of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder with frailty in HIV-1-seropositive men

B. Smith

Pres.

 

HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein gp120 triggers a senescence pheno-type in cultured human astrocytes

L. Crowe

Pres.

 

Active Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, HIV+ status and low income are associated with shorter leukocyte telomere length in a cohort of HIV+ and HIV- adults

D. Zanet

Not avail.

 

 

Session 3: Mitochondrial Damage / Toxicity

Invited lecture: Role of the virus

H. Côté

Pres.

 

Invited lecture: Mitochondrial functionality and genetics

A. Cossarizza

Pres.

 

Invited lecture: Mitochondrial toxicity - role of Antiretroviral Therapy

P. Mallon

Not avail.

 

 

Session 4: Abstract driven presentation

Tenofovir accelerates bone mass loss of the lumbar spine in the first years of menopause in HIV infected women

G. Guaraldi

Pres.

 

Lean and fat mass are stronger predictors of impaired functional status than bone

K. Erlandson

Pres.

 

The effect of HIV and inflammation on lung function decline

G. Kirk

Pres.

 

Effect of aerobic exercise training in older HIV-infected patients

K. A. Oursler

Pres.

 

Comorbidities and AIDS predict the frailty phenotype in men with treated HIV-1 infection

K. Althof

Not avail.

 

Frailty and circulating concentrations of proinflammatory cytokines and chemokines in HIV-infected and –uninfected men in the multicenter AIDS cohort study (MACS)

J. Margolick

Not avail.

 

 
 
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