| October 27 - November 3, 2014|
Because she was busy doing Science (see graph at right) this past Friday - Monday in order to meet an NIH deadline, the Network News production team (aka Kimbi Hagen) wasn't able to research/write/code/mail this week's issue of the newsletter.
Below are some calendar items that can't wait until next week.
Eli Rosenberg (October 27), Brian Evavold (October 29), Colleen Kraft (October 30), Bob Mittler (November 2) and Galina Terbova (November 3).
Birthday to-do list:
Dance to the Music!
- Wednesday, October 29
Discovery of HIV Latency Reversing Agents:
Lessons from a Work in Progress
Starring: Daria Hazuda, PhD
Vice President, Infectious Disease ResearchMerck Research Labs
Host: CFAR HIV Reservoirs & Eradication Scientific Working Group
Location: Health Sciences Research Building
Auditorium, 1st Floor
- Wednesday, October 29
- Vaccine Dinner Club
Of Barriers and Blockades:
The Basic Science and
to Vaccine Development
Starring: Stanley A. Plotkin, PhD
Emeritus Professor, Penn
Executive Advisor, Sanofi Pasteur
- Thursday, October 30
- ID Seminar
How Far We’ve Come and How Far We Still Need to Go:
Engagement in HIV Care for our Most Vulnerable Populations of People
Living with HIV in Atlanta and the US
Starring: Carlos del Rio
CFAR Co-Director for Clinical Science & International Research
Location: RSPH / GCR / Rita Anne Rollins Room
Spotlight! | CFAR Network Pizza Party - Thursday, November 20
CFAR HIV & Women Scientific Working Group /
Women's Interagency Health Study
Click Here to Register
|| An Epidemic Without Headlines:
Confronting the Crisis of HIV/AIDS in Women
Claire Pomeroy, MD, MBA
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation
|| Side Effects - Part I:
Can PrEP Drugs Modulate Genital Tract HIV Immunity?
Anandi Sheth, MD
Assistant Professor (Infectious Disease)
Emory School of Medicine
|| Side Effects - Part II:
Can Hormonal Contraceptives Modulate the Anti-HIV Response of the Mucosal Immune System
Kate Michel, PhD
MPH Candidate (Global Epidemiology)
Rollins School of Public Health
Location: RSPH/CNR, Room 1000
- 5:30 — Pizza and Posters:
- 6:00 — Sound of ringing triangle causes members to channel their inner sheepdog and help herd other members and their guests to room 1000
8:00 — Adjourn for more networking and a dissection of the evening's trio of talks
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Editor, Kimberley Sessions Hagen, EdD