2014 Workshop Videos

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    Thursday, April 3rd 2014

     

    Bernard Branson speaks on: Optimizing Capture of Revelant Study Outcomes: HPTN 065 (TLC-Plus)
    Velephi Okello: Optimizing Capture of Revelant Outcomes: Immediate Access to Access to ART for All
    Till Barnighausen speaks on: Optimizing Capture of Relevant HIV Treatment Outcomes

     

    Bohdan Nosyk: Formation, Composition and use of Seek and Treat for Optimal Prevention of HIV/AIDS
    Richard Jenkins speaks on: NIDA's STTR Data Harmonization Initiative
    Anna Zakowicz speaks on: Removing Structural Barriers Protecting Human Rights

     

    David Ripin speaks on: Value for Money in ART Delivery
    Hans Reiser speaks on: Making New Drugs Available to All
    Manuel Goncalves speaks on: ARVs Available for Those Who Need It

     

    Mario Fernandez speaks on: Improving Access to Critical Medicines. The Last Mile
    Mead Over speaks on: Behavioral Economics Can Prevent HIV Infection at Low Cost
    Joep Lange speaks on: In a World of Limited Resources, How do We Prioritize for Greatest Impact

     

    Brian Williams speaks on: In a World of Limited Resources, How do We Prioritize for Greatest Impact
    Brian Williams speaked on: Dynamics and Control of Infection on Networks
    Wim Delva: Revisiting risk compensation in TasP the role of preferential mixing by ART status

     

    Jason Kessler: The cost effectiveness of expanding access to antiretroviral therapy
    Roger Ying: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for Young Women with Concomitant Partner Testing
    Sharonann Lynch: Viral load testing are cost and complexity out dated arguments

     

    Vlad Novitsky: Viral Lineages Driving HIV Epidemics in Communities