Several HNRC affiliated investigators contributed to the 46th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, February 14-17, 2018, Washington, DC. The theme of the meeting is "connecting the present to the future".

The posters highlight varied aspects of cognitive function related to disease, aging, and genetics.

Several HNRC affiliated investigators contributed to the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), March 4-7, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Topics of presentations include evaluation of antiretroviral regimen effectiveness, methamphetamine use and aging, and biomarkers related to health and motor function.

Webcasts, abstracts, electronic posters, and other electronic resources from CROI 2018 will be available online after the conference.

Presentation titles are listed below.

September 11, 2017

Dr. Davey Smith and Susanna Concha-Garcia spoke with KPBS about The Last Gift, a new study at the University of California, San Diego, designed to help understand HIV reservoirs. The Last Gift Project works closely with the long-standing, California NeuroAIDS Tissue Network (CNTN)– the CNTN has been enrolling participants for tissue donation studies for almost 20 years. The Last Gift complements the CNTN by doing intensive end of life monitoring to determine where HIV resides when active replication is suppressed. By learning more about where the virus hides, researchers hope to learn how to target these hidden pockets of HIV for eradication; an essential step on the road to finding a cure.

Listen to the KPBS story by David Wagner here.

 

 

 

Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research chose Ms. Paolillo’s article “At-Risk Alcohol Use is Associated with Antiretroviral Treatment Nonadherence Among Adults Living with HIV/AIDS” to be published in the August 2017 edition of the journal as an Article of Public Interest. She currently is an HNRC trainee and a student in the SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Her research interests include the impact of HIV infection and substance use on neurocognitive and daily functioning outcomes. Specifically, she is interested in the modifying effects of alcohol and substance use on aging with HIV infection.

To read the write up click here.

 

 

 

 

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