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HIV: Past, Present, and Future

HIVTuesday evenings, February 19 – April 02

7:00 to 8:45 p.m., Main Campus, 513 Parnassus Avenue

After bursting on the scene in the early 1980’s in San Francisco, HIV/AIDS has played a major role in this city’s history. From the first days of tragedy to the major forces of political activism, San Francisco has helped shape treatment and prevention efforts globally. This series, taught by national and international leaders in HIV research,
will present the history of the disease, how it was discovered, as well as explore how the epidemic continues to evolve worldwide. We will
review the basic science of HIV/AIDS, and its clinical, socioeconomic, gender-based, and political ramifications. Drs. Paul Volberding and Jay Levy, medical pioneers in this field, as well as Dr. Diane Havlir, Chief of the Division of HIV/AIDS at UCSF and co-chair of the 2012 International AIDS Conference, will be joined by other renowned UCSF faculty to provide students a comprehensive, up-to-the-moment understanding of this complex disease and give a glimpse of what the future holds for a potential cure.

 

Course chair:
Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of HIV/AIDS, UCSF School of Medicine

 

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February 19
The History of HIV and Current Epidemic Origin of HIV and Its Entry Into Human Populations
Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH

The History of HIV in San Francisco and Current Epidemiology
Paul A. Volberding, MD

February 26
HIV: A Primer The Discovery of HIV and its Basic Science
Jay A. Levy, MD

HIV and its Diseases: Case Presentations from the Clinic
Bradley Hare, MD

March 12
HIV, Prevention and Global Health HIV, Economics and Global Health Diane V. Havlir, MD “PrEP”ing for Success
Oliver Bacon, MD, MPH

March 19
HIV: Focus on Women and Children Women: We are Not Little Men Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH Conceiving (or Not) in the 21st Century Deborah Cohan, MD, MPH HIV and Children
Theodore Ruel, MD

March 26
HIV, Hepatitis C, and Treatment What Do HIV Medications Do? George Beatty, MD, MPH Faster, Better and Shorter: The Current Revolution in Hepatitis C Treatment
Annie Luetkemeyer, MD

April 2
HIV: Dare We Say Cure? The Immunology of HIV Peter Hunt, MD HIV and the Cure
Steven G. Deeks, MD

 

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