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HIV/AIDS remains a major global health challenge with 37 million people living with HIV, and over 2 million new infections every year. New biomedical prevention strategies (such as PrEP and PEP), can make a substantial contributions to halting HIV, but may be difficult to sustain in the long-term. Research is ongoing into non-ARV based interventions, and a vaccine could still present the most effective public health tool in combating HIV/AIDS. As one of the new initiatives launched by the European Commission, the European HIV Vaccine Alliance (EHVA) aims to develop improved vaccine candidates and tools predictive of immunogenicity and of correlates of protection. This EHVA-hosted satellite symposium will provide an overview of the latest developments in HIV prevention broadly, and prophylactic and therapeutic HIV vaccines in particular, as well as introduce key areas of work for EHVA.

12:30
SUSA1101
Welcome and introduction
Yves Lévy, France
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12:45
SUSA1102
The EU’s research strategy and its impact on the HIV vaccine landscape
Alessandra Martini, Belgium
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12:55
SUSA1103
A review of HIV prevention: advances, challenges and new approaches
Glenda Gray, South Africa
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13:15
SUSA1104
HIV envelope proteins: where we are and where we are going
Winfried Weissenhorn, France
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13:25
SUSA1105
The role of non-neutralising antibodies in preventing HIV infection
Susan Barnett, United States
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13:35
SUSA1106
Progress in achieving a functional cure and identifying virological and immunological markers
Giuseppe Pantaleo, Switzerland
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13:45
SUSA1107
PANEL DISCUSSION
Glenda Gray, South Africa
Alessandra Martini, Belgium
Winfried Weissenhorn, France
Susan Barnett, United States
Giuseppe Pantaleo, Switzerland
Stefano Vella, Italy
Ralf Wagner, Germany
Jean-Daniel Lelièvre, France
Giulio Maria Corbelli, Italy