- Monday morning: Watch it on You Tube.
Lynn Matthews, MGH / Seth Bloom, MGH / Rebecca Zash, BIDMC / Kunjal Patel, HSPH
Lynne Mofenson, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatrics AIDS Foundation
Pregnancy hormone-associated changes in the female genital tract, including changes in vaginal epithelial thickness, the vaginal and gut microbiome, and an increase in CCR5 co-receptor expression, may create a favorable milieu for HIV acquisition in the female genital tract during pregnancy
Craig Cohen, UCSF School of Medicine / Jeanne Marrazzo, UAB School of Medicine / Lena Serghides, University of Toronto / Jeffrey Stringer, UNC-CH School of Medicine
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, Rotunda Room, HMS | 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston
HIV Prevention in Pregnancy and Periconception: The Role Of the Microbiome
What Will It Take to Eliminate Mother to Child Transmission Of HIV? Challenges to HIV Treatment in Pregnancy (followed by a poster session and reception)