CFAR Members present at the Next Generation HIV Vaccines and Therapies Keystone meeting
The Keystone Symposia conference was designed to bring together scientists working in the fields of HIV vaccines and/or the pathway to a cure. The following faculty, trainees, and staff were selected to present their work at the meeting:
Derek Cain, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, DHVI - Ionizable Lipid Nanoparticles are Potent Adjuvants for Protein-Based HIV Vaccines in Non-Human Primates
James Counts, PhD, Postdoctoral fellow, DHVI - Elicitation of CH235-like CD4bs bnAbs via Germline Targeting Immunogens in Rhesus Macaques
Tyler Evangelous, Lab Analyst, DHVI - High-Throughput Screening of Antigen-Reactive B cells in SHIV-infected Rhesus Macaques
Brian Watts, PhD, BIA Core Manager, DHVI - B cells discriminate HIV-1 Envelope Protein Affinities by Sensing Antigen Binding Association Rates
Wilton Williams, PhD, Associate Professor of Surgery, DHVI - Shared Recognition Mechanism for V3-Glycan bnAb Lineage Maturation in Primates
Brady Hueber, Lab Analyst, CHSI - Perturbations of nutrient transporter profiles and mitochondrial fitness predict NK cell functional failure in lentivirus infections
Stephanie Lundy, PhD, Postdoctoral fellow, DHVI - Induction of HIV-1 Env bnAbs in Pathogenic SHIV-infected Neonatal Macaques
Matthew Mosher, Lab Technician, CHSI - High-dimensional Polychromatic Flow Cytometry Reveals Mucosal-homing as a Putative Biomarker on Natural Killer Cells for Aging in Persons With or Without HIV
Kelly Seaton, PhD, Research Laboratory Manager, CHSI - Pharmacokinetic antibody concentrations of VRC01 correlate with prevention of HIV-1 acquisition (HVTN/HPTN AMP Studies)
Marina Tuyishime, PhD, Senior Research Associate, Surgery - Multivariate Analysis of FcR-mediated NK Cell Functions Identifies Unique Clustering Among Humans and Rhesus Macaques
Ashley Bennett, Dapeng Li, and Charlie Mu were also selected but were unable to attend.
Congratulations on being selected to present your work!