2012 STD and AIDS Research Symposium

Event Date & Time: 
December 7, 2012 (All day)

The 2012 STD and AIDS Research Symposium is presented by the University of Washington Center for AIDS Research and the STD/AIDS Research Training Fellowship Program. This one-day symposium will feature presentations by pre- and post-doctoral fellows of the STD/AIDS training grant and recent recipients of Center for AIDS Research Developmental Awards. 

The Agenda is available here.

Keynote: 
Pamina Gorbach, MHS, DrPH, Professor of Epidemiology, University of California, Los Angeles
"The Order of Orifices: The Effect of HIV/STI Transmission Potential from Specifics of Anal Intercourse."

Pamina M. Gorbach M.H.S, Dr.P.H. is a behavioral epidemiologist whose research focuses on the behaviors involved in transmission and acquisition of sexually transmitted infections including HIV, methods of measurement at the sexual partnership level, and adherence and acceptability of new methods of HIV prevention including microbicides. In Southern California Dr. Gorbach has been PI of studies that follow heterosexual partnerships longitudinally; newly HIV infected men who have sex with men, community studies of drug use and HIV, rectal health studies, and as an investigator on international numerous microbicide studies and clinical trials.

Where: Harborview Research and Training Building (Auditorium), 300 9th Ave, Seattle

Register here: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/laurenst/177642 

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Please contact laurenst@uw.edu with any questions.

View webcasts of the Panel Discussion and Keynote.