Program

 

Day 1 - Thursday, October 10th

 
 8:30 AM

Kevin High, MD, MS, Wake Forest School of Medicine, USAMentoring Breakfast and Table Discussions
Guest speaker: Kevin High, MD, MS; Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston-Salem, NC, USA

 
 10:00 AMOpening of the Workshop 
 Session 1: HIV and aging then and now
Chairs: Joe Margolick and Kristine Erlandson
 
 10:15 AM

Fried, Linda 2019 120x16010 Years of Aging Research: Frailty and Aging
Linda Fried, MD, MPH; Columbia University, New York, NY, USA

 
 10:45 AMAlthoff, Keri 2019Influences on future morbidity burden in adults with HIV
Keri Althoff PhD, MPH,; Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA
 
  11:15 AM Discussion 
  Abstract-Driven Presentations 
 11:30 AMAbstract-Driven Presentations 
  Blunted increase in muscle mass after exercise training in people aging with HIV
Catherine Jankowski
University Of Colorado, USA
 #01
  Food insecurity and frailty among women in the U.S.
Judy Tan
UCSF, USA
 #02
  Impact of testosterone use on grip strength in men aging with HIV
Mary Clare Masters
Northwestern Memorial Hospital, USA
 #03
    
 12:15 AMLunch 
    
 Session 2: Overlapping mechanisms driving HIV and aging
Chairs: Russ Tracy and Julian Falutz
 
 1:15 PM

Baker, Jason 2019120x160Causation versus Correlation: the pathway of altered coagulation as a pathophysiological mechanism in HIV disease
Jason Baker, MD; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA

 
  Abstract-Driven Presentations
 
 1:45 PMAbstract-Driven Presentations  
  Epigenetic age acceleration and non-AIDS defining cancers among HIV infected adults
Chad Achenbach
Northwestern University, USA
 #04
  Lipidome abnormalities and altered macrophage phenotype may contribute to cardiovascular disease risk in the aging HIV population
Emily Bowman
The Ohio State University, USA
 #05
  Elevated cardiac risk score by ASCVD calculation is associated with albuminuria in older people living with HIV
Carrie Johnston
Nyp-weill Cornell Medical Center, USA
 #06
  The association between mitochondrial DNA copy number and longitudinal lung function decline among people with or at risk of HIV
Jing Sun
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Of Public Health, USA
 #07
 2:45 PMDiscussion 
    
 3:00 PMCoffee Break 
    
 Session 3: HIV and aging: breaking down the walls
Chairs: Charles Boucher and Bruce Brew
 
 3:30 PM

Nachega, Jean 2019HIV and aging in sub-Saharan Africa
Jean B. Nachega, MD, PhD, MPHUniversity of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

 
  Abstract-Driven Presentations 
 4:00 PMAbstract-Driven Presentations 
  The aging of HIV epidemic in Ukraine: New HIV diagnoses from 2015-2018 and related mortality among adults ≥50 years
Julia Rozanova
Yale University School Of Medicine, USA
 #08
  Frailty phenotype in older virologically suppressed PLWHIV is strongly correlated with specific comorbidities and tobacco use
Christina Psomas
European Hospital Marseille, France
 #09
  Cellular and molecular assessment of muscle function as a predictor of ageing phenotype in older PLWH
Matthew Hunt
Newcastle University, UK
 #10
 4:45 PMDiscussion 
    
 5:00 PMWelcome Drinks and Poster Viewing Session 1 
    
 

Day 2 - Friday, October 11th

 
 Session 4: Cannabis use among older adults with HIV
Chairs: Scott Letendre and Savita Pahwa
 
 8:00 AM

Chang, Linda 2019 120x160Use of Cannabis: Basic Scientist's Perspective
Linda Chang, MD; University of Hawaii, HI, USA

 
 8:30 AMMarcotte, Thomas - 2019The promise, and challenge, of cannabis and cannabinoids as medicine
Thomas Marcotte, PhD; University of California San Diego, CA, USA
 
 9:00 AMDiscussion 
    
 9:30 AMCoffee Break and Poster Viewing Session 2 
    
 Session 5: It is so much more than the virus
Chairs: David Moore and Charles Flexner
 
 

10:30 AM

Karris, Maile 2019 120x160Loneliness/Social Isolation
Maile Karris, MD; University of California San Diego, CA, USA

 
    
  Abstract-Driven Presentations 
 11:00 PMAbstract-Driven Presentations 
  HIV infection does not increase the frequency of phosphorylated tau and beta amyloid in brain in late middle age
Susan Morgello
Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai, USA
 #11
  Predictors of longitudinal neuropathic pain in older patients with HIV-associated distal sensory polyneuropathy
Monica Diaz
University Of California, USA
 #12
  The utility of olfactory function in distinguishing early stage Alzheimer’s disease from HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder: a pilot study
Erin Sundermann
University Of California, USA
 #13
  The structure and correlates of loneliness and social isolation among PLWH over 55 with mild neurocognitive disorder
Sarah Dobbins
UCSF School Of Nursing, USA
 #14
  What is the lived experience of loneliness in older men living with HIV? A qualitative analysis to guide service development
Amanda Austin-Keiller
McGill University, Canada
 #15
  Intrinsic capacity but not frailty predicts functional status in PLWH: a multi-centre prospective study
Giovanni Guaraldi
Metabolic Clinic, University Of Modena And Reggio Emilia, Italy
 #16
    
 12:30 PMLunch 
    
 Session 6: Is an HIV cure what older adults with HIV really want?
What can we apply to aging, and how can we best advocate for those aging with HIV
Chairs: Alan Landay and Maile Karris
 
 1:30 PM

Deeks, Steven 2019 120 x 160HIV cure research in an aging population: unique opportunities and challenges
Steven Deeks, MD; University of California San Francisco, CA, USA

 
 2:00 PM

Karpiak, Stephen 2019 120x160Being a researcher and community advocate in HIV and aging
Stephen Karpiak, PhD; ACRIA Center of HIV & Aging at GMHC, USA

 
  2:30 PMDiscussion 
 2:45 PMClosing of the Workshop