The 2020-2021 season of the Vaccine Dinner Club is devoted to discussions of pandemic diseases, old and new.

Virtual VDC
December 2, 2020

Ending the Epidemic
Count Me In! Click Here to Register

In the Absence of a Vaccine:
Is the Universal Test & Treat Strategy
to Prevent HIV (UTT)
Slowing Down the [AIDS] Pandemic?


Diane Havlir, MD

Professor (Medicine)
University of California, San Francisco

Carlos del Rio, MD, MPH

PI and Co-Director
Emory Center for AIDS Research

Emory-CDC HIV Clinical Trials Unit and
Emory Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit

Wendy Armstrong, MD

Executive Medical Director
Grady Infectious Disease Program (IDP)

Professor (Medicine)
Division of Infectious Disease
Emory University School of Medicine

Clubhouse Location:
A Zoom screen near you
Agenda: (all times Eastern time zone)
5:20pm — Grab a beer or a glass of wine from the fridge and get online
5:30pm — Meeting called to order in the usual way (ear muffs optional)
5:40pm — This is the part where some really excellent science is presented
6:30pm — Q & A
6:45pm — Adjourn, already dreaming of next month's program

*BYOF=Bring Your Own Food. This is the year in which YOU will put the Dinner in the Vaccine Dinner Club because it turns out to be logistically complicated and cost-prohibitive for us to have dinner individually delivered to everyone's house. Which is not to say that you can't make an occasion out of the evening and arrange to have GrubHub or DoorDash deliver ….