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SATuRN meeting, presentations & tweet coverage at the XIX International AIDS 2012 Conference, Washington

SATuRN - 2012-07-14

WASHINGTON, 22-27 July 2012 - We are hosting a meeting, presenting many talks and posters and tweeting on the XIX International AIDS 2012 Conference.

Together with Life Technologies, we will be hosting a meeting on 24 July 2012 on the Uses of Next Generation Sequencing Technologies in HIV Patient Management. Please contact us if you would like to be invited to this meeting.

We will have a great number of SATuRN collaborators at this conference, some of our international collaborators presenting in the conference include Prof. David Katzenstein, Prof. Bob Shafer, Prof. Peter Godfrey-Faussett, Prof. Mark A. Wainberg, Prof. Amilcar Tanuri, Prof. Jeffrey Klausner and Prof. Anne-Mieke Vandamme.

We also have a large delegation from southern Africa, including among others Prof. Wolfgang Preiser, Dr. Carole Wallis, Dr. Cloete van Vuuren, Prof. Susan Engelbrecht, Dr. Ava Avalos, Dr. Tendani Gaolathe, Prof. Wendy Stevens, Prof. Maria Papathanasopoulos, Dr. Siva Danaviah and Dr (to be) Justen Manasa.


Sessions on HIV drug Resistance:


HIV Drug Resistance Surveillance and Control: A Global Concern
22.07.2012, 11:15 - 13:15 -Mini Room 8

Treatment as Prevention: A Work in Progress
Monday, 23.07.2012, 13:00 - 14:00 - Mini Room 6

Antiretroviral Resistance
Tuesday, 24.07.2012, 14:30 - 16:00 - Session Room 4


Please come to these sections to meet with SATuRN people! Follow us our tweet coverage at @drug_resistance

Links:

http://www.aids2012.org/

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