2017 HPTN Annual Meeting Presentations

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**Presentations linked below are those whose presenters granted permission for posting.**

More presentations will be added as we get them.

 

Tuesday Plenary Sessions


Wednesday Plenary Sessions


Community Working Group Presentations


 

Tuesday, 11 April 2017 Plenary Sessions

Laboratory Plenary

Drug Screening in Biological Samples using High Resolution Mass Spectrometry William Clarke, PhD, MBA, DABCC

Statistical Plenary

Analysis of Cluster Randomized Trials Richard Hayes, DSc, FMedSci
Alternatives to Randomized Trial Designs Jim Hughes, PhD
Adaptive Non-Inferiority Margins: When Adherence is Not as Expected Brett Hanscom, PhD
The Cost-Effectiveness of Financial Incentives for Viral Suppression: A Lifetime Model of HPTN 065 Blythe Adamson MPH, PhD candidate

Scholars Plenary

The Impact of Syndemic Problems on Sexual and Medical Health Behaviors In HIV-Positive Patients in Care in Brazil, Thailand, and Zambia (HPTN 063)  Carlos Rodríguez-Díaz, PhD
The Role of Religious Involvement and Social and Behavioral Determinants of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Adherence: Results from HPTN 063 Yusuf Ransome, DrPH
The Role of Non-Injection Substance Use in Depression, Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Adherence, and Viral Load among Men Living with HIV in Brazil and Thailand: A Secondary Analysis of HPTN 063 Kiyomi Tsuyuki, PhD
HPTN 067: A Sub-Study Comparing Acceptability and Adherence of Daily or Non-Daily Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Regimens Between Young and Older South African Women  Jesne Kistan, MBChB
Constructing Taxonomies: Identifying Distinctive Classes of HIV Support and Risk Networks Among People Who Use Drugs (PWID) and Their Network Members Laurens Van Sluytman, PhD, MSSW, MA
Describing Sexual Risk Behaviour Amongst Injection Drug Users, Including Drug Treatment Arm: Secondary Data Analysis of the HPTN 058 Study Emily Makunike-Shava, MBChB
Effect of Migration and Mobility on Sexual and Reproductive Health Outcomes Among Young Women in Rural South Africa: Results From HPTN 068 Post Intervention Data Jabulani Ncayiyana, PhD, MSc
Gendered Perspectives of Female-Directed Conditional Cash Transfers Programs for HIV Prevention: HPTN 068 Study Nomhle Khoza, MA

 

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 Plenary Session

NIAID: STATE OF THE INSTITUTE AND PRIORITIES IN HIV/AIDS RESEARCH Anthony S. Fauci, MD
HPTN STATE OF THE NETWORK Myron Cohen, MD
HIV PREVENTION IN NYC: A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH Julie Myers, MD, MPH
COMBINATION HIV PREVENTION FOR ADOLESCENTS: DATA FROM HPTN 071 (POPART) Helen Ayles, BSc, MBBS, MRCP, DTM&H, MSc, PhD
HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION and HIV Jared Baeten, MD, PhD
PEPFAR: STATE OF THE GLOBAL EPIDEMIC Ambassador Deborah Birx, MD

 

Community Working Group Presentations

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