Program

 

 

Day 1 - Wednesday, 30 September

 
EDT12:00 PM

Introduction Mentoring Session
Kristine Erlandson

 
EDT12:05 PMCurrier, Judith 2020 120x160Mentoring Talk
Guest Speaker: Judith Currier, MD, MPC - UCLA - David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA, USA
 
EDT12:35 PMLive Q&A 
EDT12:55 PM"Meet the Expert" discussions

Medical models of care, psychosocial aspects of care
Expert: Julian Falutz

Frailty & frailty mechanisms, including immunology
Experts: Joseph Margolick, Savita Pahwa

Fat, coagulation/inflammation
Experts: Russell Tracy, Jules Levin

Pharmacology, trials in older adults, new ART, toxicity of treatments, including fatty liver, etc
Expert: Charles Flexner

 
    
EDT1:45 PMBreak 
    
EDT2:00 PMOpening of the Workshop
David Moore
Community address
Jules Levin
 
    
 Session 1: What Are the Major Gaps in Pharmacology in Aging?
Chair: Charles Flexner
 
EDT2:05 PM 

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What Are the Major Gaps in Pharmacology in Ageing with HIV? A Pharma Perspective

Andrew Clark, MD - ViiV Healthcare, Brentford, UK

 
EDT2:25 PM Castillo-Mancilla, Jose 2019 120x160
Aging, Monitoring Drug Levels, Changing Dosing, Adherence; Long-Acting Agents
Jose Castillo-Mancilla, MD - University of Colorado - AMC, Denver, CO,  USA
 
EDT2:45 PMLive Q&A
 
    
EDT3:05 PMBreak 
    
 Abstract-Driven Presentations
Chair: Molly Perkins
 
EDT3:15 PM

Daytime Sleep Behavior and Cognitive Performance in Middle-Older Aged HIV+ and HIV- Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study of 502, 505 Participants in UK Biobank
Peng Li, Brigham and Women's Hospital, USA

 
  

Medications With Neurocognitive Adverse Effects Are Associated With Falls Among Women With and Without HIV
Christina Psomas, European Hospital Marseille, France

 
  

Age at Diagnoses of Heart Failure in Veterans Living With HIV
Sebhat Erqou, Providence VA Medical Center, USA

 
  

Evaluation of Prescribing Issues in Older Adults Living With HIV
Vivian Chen, University Of California- San Francisco, USA

 
  

The Association Between Transportation Barriers and Health Status in Middle-Aged and Older Adults Living With HIV in the Deep South
Caitlin Pope, University of Kentucky, USA

 
EDT3:50 PMLive Q&A 
    
EDT4:00 PM Break 
    
 Lightning Poster Presentations
Chair: David Moore
 
EDT4:10 PM

Geriatric Syndromes in an Urban Elderly Population in Cameroon: A Focus on Disability, Sarcopenia and Cognitive Impairment
Marie Josiane Ntsama Essomba, Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Cameroon

 
  Pooled Analysis of 4 International Trials of Bictegravir/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Alafenamide (B/F/TAF) in Adults Aged >65 or Older Demonstrating Safety and Efficacy: Week 48 Results
Ian Mcnicholl, Gilead Sciences, USA
 
  Molecular Signatures of Aging and Flu Vaccine Response in Healthy and HIV Infected Individuals
Stefano Rinaldi, University of Miami, USA
 
  Immunological Age Prediction in HIV-Infected, Art-Treated Individuals
Lesley De Armas, University of Miami, USA
 
  Association of Polyfunctional CMV-Specific T Cells With Frailty in HIV-Infected and -Uninfected Men
Weiying Zhang, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
 
  Establishing and Reviewing a New Clinical Service for Managing Frailty in People Living With HIV: A Perspective From the United Kingdom
Howell Jones, Mrc Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL, UK
 
  Functional Variation in the Haptoglobin Gene Affects Risk of Neurocognitive Impairment in People With HIV During Aging
William Bush, Case Western Reserve University, USA
 
  History of Early Life Stress Strengthens the Link Between VACS Scores and Inflammation Among Older Adults With HIV
Heather Derry, Weill Cornell Medicine, USA
 
  A Study of Neurocognitive Performance in Women Living With and Without HIV in South Africa
Kennedy Otwombe, Perinatal HIV Research Unit, South Africa
 
  The Impact of COVID-19 on Health Seeking Behaviors Among Older Adults Living With HIV in the Coachella Valley, California
Annie Nguyen, University of Southern California, USA
 
  Associations Between Frailty and Clinical Characteristics, Comorbidities, and Substance Use Among People Living With HIV
Stephanie Ruderman, University of Washington, USA
 
EDT4:35 PMLive Q&A 
    
EDT4:45 PMWrap-up Day 1 
David Moore
 
EDT 4:45 PM Informal "Lobby discussions" on Zoom 
 

Day 2 - Thursday, 1 October

 
EDT9:00 AM

Recap Day 1 and introduction Day 2
Russell Tracy

 
 Session 2:  Fat
Chair:  Russell Tracy
 
EDT

9:05 AM

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ART-associated Issues, Fat and Muscle Density, The Significance of ART-associated Weight Gain on Aging
Jordan Lake, MD, MSc - UTHealth, USA, Houston, TX, USA

 
EDT9:25 AMSebastiani, Giada 2020 120x160
Fatty Liver and Implications for Aging
Giada Sebastiani, MD - McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, Canada
 
EDT9:45 AMLive Q&A  
    
EDT10:05 AMBreak 
    
 Abstract-Driven Presentations
Chair: Joseph Margolick
 
EDT10:15 AM

Acceleration of Multiple Measures of Aging-Related Epigenetics During HIV Seroconversion
Beth Jamieson, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, USA

 
  Categorizing Risk for Older Persons Living With HIV: A Latent Class Analysis of Comorbidities
Brianne Olivieri-Mui, The Marcus Institute for Aging Research, USA
 
  Altered Macrophage Phenotype and Lipidome Abnormalities May Contribute to Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Aging People With HIV
Emily Bowman, The Ohio State University, USA
 
  Association of Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin With Bone Mineral Density and Physical Function Among Adults With and Without HIV and HCV
Jenny Pena Dias, Johns Hopkins University, USA
 
  Cell-Free Urine Mitochondrial DNA as a Marker of Aging-Related Phenotypes in Older People Living With HIV
Carrie Johnston, NYP-Weill Cornell Medical Center, USA
 
  Vδ1+ and Vδ2+ Gamma Delta (γδ) T Cell Subsets Are Distinctly Linked With Markers of Chronic Inflammation and Intestinal Permeability With Aviremic HIV Infection
Riley Pihl, Boston University, USA
 
EDT11:00 AMLive Q&A  
    
EDT11:10 AMBreak 
    
EDT11:20 AM  Industry-Sponsored Symposium (click here for more information) 
    
EDT12:05 PMBreak 
    
 Session 3: Bone
Chair:  Jordan Lake
 
EDT12:15 PM

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Should We Still Care About Bone, Screening, Treatment,
TDF vs TAF
Michael Yin, MD - Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, USA

 
EDT12:35 PM 

Falls and Fractures, Treatment, Prevention
Todd Brown, MD, PhD - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD,  USA

 
EDT12:55 PMLive Q&A  
    
EDT 1:15 PM Wrap-up day 2 
    
 Poster viewing sessions
 
 EDT1:20 PMPoster Presentations  
    
    
EDT1:20 PMInformal "Lobby discussions" on Zoom 
    
 

Day 3 - Friday, 2 October

 
EDT9:00 AM

Recap Day 2 and introduction Day 3
Scott Letendre

 
 Session 4:  Neuro Session
Chairs:  Scott Letendre
 
EDT9:05 AM 

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HIV vs AD
Avindra Nath, MD -  NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA

 
EDT9:25 AM 

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Oral Health With Aging/Periodontal Disease and Dementia
Angela Kamer, MD - NYU Medical School, New York, NY, USA

 
EDT9:45 AM Live Q&A 
    
EDT10:05 AMShort Break 
    
 Session 5:  Sensory diseases and aging
Chairs:  Julian Falutz
 
EDT10:15 AM 

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Eye Disease and HIV
Douglas Jabs, MBA, MD, MS, - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA

 
EDT10:35 AM

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Neuropathy
Ronald Ellis, MD, PhD  - UCSD, San Francisco, CA, USA

 
EDT10:55 AM Live Q&A 
    
EDT11:15 AMBreak 
    
 Session 6:  HIV / Geri Clinic
Chair:  Kristine Erlandson
 
EDT11:25 AM 

 

Kristine Erlandson, MD

 

Introduction: What Didn't Work
Kristine Erlandson, MD - University of Colorado, Denver, CO, USA

EDT11:30 AM 

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HIV Over-50-years Clinic in London
Marta Boffito, MD, PhD - Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK

 
EDT11:40 AM 

Meredith Greene, MD

Geriatric HIV Consultation Clinic at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
Meredith Greene, MD - UCSF, San Francisco, CA, USA

 
EDT11:50 AM

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Integrating geriatric assessments into HIV care
Sarah Schmalzle, MD - University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA

 
EDT 12:00 PM

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Government Partnerships
Eugenia Siegler, MD - Weill Cornell Medicine, New York City, NY, USA

 
EDT12:15 PMPanel Discusion, Q&A 
    
EDT12:45 PM

Wrap-up Day 3 and closing remarks
Kristine Erlandson

Informal "Lobby discussions" on Zoom