Abstract presenters

Paper #Paper TitleFirst NameLast NameOrganizationCountry
O_01Intestinal microbial communities and the intestinal microbe Holdemanella biformis isolated from HIV+/- men who have sex with men increase CCR5 expression on intestinal CD4 T cells  EikoYamadaUniversity Of ColoradoUnited States
O_02Fecal Proteobacteria Positively Correlates with The Activation of Circulating ISGs and CD4+ T Cells in Vesatolimod-treated HIV Controllers on ARTYanhuiCaiGilead BiosciencesUnited States
O_03Alterations in the Gut Microbiome of HIV infected patients under Antiretroviral TherapyShilpaRayKarolinska InstitutetSweden
O_04Changes in Gut Microbiome in HIV-Infected Individuals Undergoing Long Term Antiretroviral Therapy  Receiving Rifaximin: Results of the GUTCHEK StudyJamesVirgaNational Cancer InstituteUnited States
O_05HIV Replication, Transmission, and the Metabolome of the Female Reproductive TractKaitlinMarquisUniversity of PennsylvaniaUnited States
O_06Lactic acid produced by an optimal vaginal microbiota promotes cervicovaginal epithelial barrier integrity: implications for HIV transmissionBriannaJesavelukBurnet InstituteAustralia
O_07Baseline gut-associated microbial signatures may help predict HIV-1 viral control after treatment interruptionAlessandraBorgognoneIrsicaixaSpain
O_08Gut microbial regulation of anxiety disorder in a murine model of HIV-1 and opioid abuseShamsudheenMoidunnyUniversity Of Miami Miller School Of MedicineUnited States
P_01Mosquito borne parasites in patients newly infected with HIV in relationship with CD4 count and TNFαMathew FolaranmiOlaniyanDepartment Of Medical Laboratory Science, Edo University Iyamho - NigeriaNigeria
P_02LACTIN-V Treatment for Recurrent Bacterial VaginosisLaurelLagenaurNIH/ OSELUnited States
P_03Impact of contraceptive use on vaginal microbiome in adolescent   girlsAnnetteAldousGeorge Washington UniversityUnited States
P_04Baseline gut microbiome dysbiosis predicts gut microbiome response to ART/co-trimoxazole treatment in HIV-positive individuals in rural and urban ZimbabweAlessandroLazzaroUniversity Of TurinItaly
P_05Alteration of the gut fecal microbiome in HIV infected children on anti-retroviral therapy in Yaounde, CameroonCaseyMartinUniversity Of Colorado Anschutz Medical CampusUnited States
P_06A FAST FORWARD INVESTIGATIVE FORECASTING: Challenges,Unmet Needs and Gaps of the New HIV Prevention Technologies (NPT) in a Malawian ContextDickensMahwayoGiven-Secret FoundationMalawi
P_07Comparative analysis of vaginal microbiota sampling using the menstrual cups and high vaginal swabs in HIV-1 infected pregnant womenCharlotte-EveShortImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom