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XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C. Barton Haynes from the Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI) has been working in the HIV vaccine field since 1985. Here he talks about the scientific difficulties of finding an HIV vaccine.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with Shomyseh Sanjabi who is a basic Immunlogist at Gladstone Institutes. She tells about their animal model studies of HIV transmission and ageing with HIV. She is part of the CNIHR program.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Matias Ostrowski from University of Buenos Aires is part of the CNIHR program lead by IAS and NIH. He is involved in basic research on the cell biology of HIV with the target of creating new ideas for drug development.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Gretchen Neigh is a neurologist at Emory University in Atlanta working with basic research on depression. She tells about her current work on depression in HIV positive rats and her future hopes for research in humans.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Interview with the Immunologist Michael Elliot from University of Rochester on the CNIHR program which involves scientist not previously engaged in the HIV research field to develop new thinking withing the field.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Session "Gender and Science: Shifting the Paradigm in HIV Research" discussing the inclusion of structural and biological gender factors as part of HIV research, and the participation of women living with HIV in clinical trials.
XIX International AIDS Conference. Lecture on SAMHD1 proteins by a scientist from the French vaccine research institute ANRS. The French Minister of Higher Education and Research holds a speech about the French-American collaboration in vaccine research.
This film tells the US story of the AIDS epidemic starting in the early 1980's. Scientists and activists, both pioneers and youths of today, talk about research, prevention, treatment and care. They also discuss stigma, homophobia and poverty as closely related to HIV and AIDS.
This is the third part of the interview with Dr Anthony Fauci. Here he talks about the American AIDS movement in the early 80's with activists such as the writer Larry Kramer in the frontline, and the time when he invited the leading activists up to his office.
Annual HIV research conference arranged by IHV. Dr Robert Gallo holds a lecture on the history of medical research on human retroviruses. He also talks about the early discoveries of t-cell leukemia in Japanese patients, which led to the discovery of HTLV-1.
Anthony Fauci is interviewed about the progression from HIV to AIDS. He talks about HIV long-term survivors and different aspects of non-progression to AIDS. He also reflects on the future for antiretroviral drugs and HIV vaccines.