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21st Annual Antiviral Therapy and Drug Resistance Meeting
Evolving Concepts in Antiviral Therapy & Drug Resistance

Thursday 21 September 2017, Wellcome Collection, London

Resistance 2017

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The 21st Annual Antiviral Therapy and Drug Resistance Meeting was held at the Wellcome Collection in London on Thursday 21 September 2017.



Presentations

Welcome and introduction
Professor Anna Maria Geretti, University of Liverpool

The Year in Review

Emerging data in HIV and co-infections
Professor Lucy Dorrell, University of Oxford

Debate 1: Debating Views on Less ART

Strategies under evaluation
Professor Andrea De Luca, University of Siena, Italy

The unknown
Dr Marta Boffito, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Invited Lectures

Developing a HIV vaccine: old challenges, new opportunities
Professor Robin Shattock, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Novel approaches for managing HTLV-driven lymphoproliferative disease
Professor Graham Taylor, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Clinical Case Session 1

Dr Isaac Aloysius, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Gerard Gorman, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Research in Progress Abstract Session

Does the offer of an HIV test influence acceptability of HCV testing at point of care?
Mr Harrison Austin, University of Liverpool

Progressing the HIV cure agenda
Dr John Frater, University of Oxford

Novel imaging approaches to quantification of HIV
Professor Alan Winston, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

HIV in the lung: virological and immunological findings in long-term ART
Dr Paul Collini, University of Sheffield

Debate 2: Viral Hepatitis

Curing hepatitis C: Done and dusted for HIV patients?
Dr Sanjay Bhagani, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Curing HBV: Opportunities and risks
Professor Mala Maini, University College London

Clinical Case Session 2

Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London

Dr Tamyo Mbisa, Public Health England


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Professor Anna Maria Geretti, University of Liverpool
Professor Jonathan Weber, Imperial College London

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Medical staff in career-grade posts who are enrolled with one of the Federations of Royal Colleges for Continuing Professional Development can receive CPD credits at the rate of one CPD credit per hour (exclusive of travel, refreshments or social activities). The conference has been allocated 6 CPD credits with the unique reference code: 112487. Certificates for attendance were supplied in the conference pack that was handed out at the registration desk.