February 20, 2014

Meeting Host:
AIDS Malignancy Interdisciplinary Research Group

Count Me In!

Double Trouble: HIV and Cancer

starring


Edgar Simard Unequal Risk:
Racial and Ethnic Differences in Cancer Among People with HIV/AIDS

Edgar P. Simard PhD, MPH

Surveillance and Health Services Research Program
American Cancer Society

Anne Spaulding Cancer in a Prisoner Cohort:
Comparison of Subjects With and Without HIV

Anne Spaulding MD, MPH

Department of Epidemiology
Rollins School of Public Health

Eric Engels What’s Up? What’s Down?
Recent Cancer Trends in HIV-infected People

Eric A. Engels MD, MPH

Infections & Immunoepidemiology Branch
Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics
NIH/ National Cancer Institute

Clubhouse Location:
Room 1000, Claudia Nance Rollins Building (1518 Clifton Rd)
Agenda:
5:30 — Pizza and Posters:
  • Minh Nguyen: (Emory University)
    Gender Differential in HIV Testing Among Newly Diagnosed Hodgkin's Lymphoma in an Urban Hospital Center
  • Pragna Patel: (CDC)
    Factors Associated with Cancer Incidence and with All-Cause Mortality after Cancer Diagnosis among HIV-infected Persons during the cART Era
  • Rathi Pillai: (Winship Cancer Institute)
    Multicentric Castleman’s Disease in HIV/AIDS Patients at an Urban HIV Clinic in Atlanta, Georgia in the Combined Antiretroviral Therapy Era
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 wine, more networking, and a dissection of the evening's talks