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TheBody.com/TheBodyPRO.com cover the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2010)

The Search for an HIV Vaccine: Where Are We, Where Are We Going, and How Can We Get There Faster?

July 18, 2010

Transcript (.pdf)

For more information on this session, including access to speaker presentations, please see the conference Programme-at-a-Glance.

This AIDS 2010 satellite features expert discussion on recent progress and future directions in HIV vaccine research and development. The session will include a review of the last 25 years of HIV vaccine research and development; a panel discussion on the progress that's been made including discussions on next steps following the RV144 Thai prime-boost study results and in developing the next generation of vaccine candidates for testing; an update on the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise Scientific Strategic Plan for the field; and a panel discussion on the way forward, which will consider some of the cross-cutting considerations such as industry engagement, developing world infrastructure, community engagement, opportunities for young and early-career investigators, mobilizing resources and building clinical trial and regulatory capacity.

Opening Remarks

  • Peter Piot, United Kingdom

The Search for an HIV Vaccine: Where Are We, Where Are We Going, and How Can We Get There Faster?

  • Jose Esparza, United States

25 Years of HIV Vaccine Research: What Have We Accomplished?

Panel Discussion: Progress Toward an HIV Vaccine

  • Seth Berkley, United States
  • Linda-Gail Bekker, South Africa
  • Merlin Robb, United States
  • Robin Shattock, United Kingdom

A Roadmap for Speeding and Improving HIV Vaccine Research: The Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise 2010 Scientific Strategic Plan

  • Alan Bernstein, United States

Panel Discussion: The Way Forward

  • Gabriela Calazans, Brazil
  • Mark Feinberg, United States
  • Thumbi Ndung'u, South Africa
  • Rainer Engelhardt, Canada

Closing Remarks

The Search for an HIV Vaccine: Where Are We, Where Are We Going, and How Can We Get There Faster? (.mp3)


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