Pedro Cahn, Fundación Huésped

Fundación Huésped
Pedro Cahn has been working on infectious diseases for 40 years and has been involved in the HIV/AIDS arena since 1982. He is Professor of Infectious Diseases at the Buenos Aires University Medical School. He has served as Chief of Infectious Diseases at the Juan Fernandez Hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he is now Senior Consultant. And he is Scientific Director at Fundación Huésped, the largest NGO in Argentina, serving patients with and at risk of HIV/AIDS. Pedro's team has contributed to identifying new treatment strategies, in particular promoting research on dual therapy. Pedro, a Past President of the International AIDS Society, is Co-Chair of CCASANET, the Caribbean, Central and South America network, a cohort part of the International Epidemiologic Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA) and investigator with the International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials (IMPAACT) network.

Presenter Of 12 Presentations

Pre-Conference
Major industry sponsor satellite
Major industry sponsor satellite
Pre-Conference

Closing remarks

Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 3

Moderator Of 3 Sessions

Pre-Conference
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 3
Date
Tue, Jun 30, 2020
Time
06:00 AM - 07:15 AM
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020
Major industry sponsor satellite
Organizer
Clinical Care Options; LLC
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Date
Tue, Jul 7, 2020
Time
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Session Description
Join this live discussion in which the expert panel explores the latest issues relating to HIV care through cases and expert dialogue followed by dedicated time to answer your questions. Topics covered will focus on key areas of HIV management, including optimal use of newer antiretroviral agents and strategies, individualizing ART for women of childbearing potential and during pregnancy, the impact of evolving data on adverse events during ART, and the anticipated roles of emerging and investigational novel ART strategies. Supported by an educational grant from Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
Major industry sponsor satellite
Organizer
Gilead
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Date
Thu, Jul 9, 2020
Time
08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
Session Description
Multisectoral alliances and partnerships continue to shape global responses to HIV. What are the secrets to success of these partnerships? How can current models be built on to create new collaborations? The push to end the HIV epidemic as a public health threat by 2030 will require closing gaps in HIV prevention and treatment. Through multisector alliances, we can leverage the strengths of a range of partners. In this panel discussion, moderator Vignetta Charles, PhD and CEO at ETR, will pose some key questions to the following panelists on their experiences as stakeholders: Dr Angeli Achreker, Principal Deputy US Global AIDS Co-ordinator (PEPFAR) on DREAMS; Lauren Marks, Director of Private Sector Engagement at PEPFAR on MenStar Coalition; Anne Aslett, Director of the Elton John AIDS Foundation on RADIAN; Shanell McGoy, Associate Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Gilead Sciences on COMPASS Initiative; and Alex Kalomparis, Vice President for Public Affairs, International, Gilead Sciences, Inc. The panelists, who will take live questions from the audience, will share some of the lessons they’ve learned, discuss how partnerships actually function at ground level, and offer advice on how they can truly support the needs of the communities they serve.

Presenter Of 11 Presentations

Pre-Conference Fundación Huésped

Chairs' Introduction

Duration
5 Minutes
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 3
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020
Pre-Conference Fundación Huésped

Introducción

Duration
20 Minutes
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 5
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020
Pre-Conference Fundación Huésped

Introducao

Duration
20 Minutes
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 6
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020
Pre-Conference Fundación Huésped

Closing remarks

Duration
30 Minutes
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 3
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020

Presenter Of 1 Presentation

Major industry sponsor satellite

Navigating Current ART Options

Organizer
Clinical Care Options; LLC
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel

Moderator Of 1 Session

Major industry sponsor satellite
Organizer
Clinical Care Options; LLC
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Session Description
Review key developments in ART management. This set of concise, on-demand talks from leading HIV faculty highlights how to (1) select among newer antiretrovirals and treatment paradigms, (2) individualize ART for women of childbearing potential and during pregnancy, (3) incorporate evolving data on ART-associated adverse events into patient care, and (4) anticipate the role of emerging investigational ART strategies. Watch these prerecorded foundational snippets to set the stage for a live case-based panel discussion on July 7. Supported by an educational grant from Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.

Presenter Of 17 Presentations

Major industry sponsor satellite
Pre-Conference

Closing remarks

Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 3
Major industry sponsor satellite

Navigating Current ART Options

Organizer
Clinical Care Options; LLC
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Major industry sponsor satellite
Pre-Conference
Pre-Conference

Moderator Of 5 Sessions

Pre-Conference
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 5
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020
Pre-Conference
Organizer
Fundación Huésped
Room
Pre-Conference Channel 3
Pre-Conference Title
Latina Forum in HIV 2020
Major industry sponsor satellite
Organizer
Clinical Care Options; LLC
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Session Description
Review key developments in ART management. This set of concise, on-demand talks from leading HIV faculty highlights how to (1) select among newer antiretrovirals and treatment paradigms, (2) individualize ART for women of childbearing potential and during pregnancy, (3) incorporate evolving data on ART-associated adverse events into patient care, and (4) anticipate the role of emerging investigational ART strategies. Watch these prerecorded foundational snippets to set the stage for a live case-based panel discussion on July 7. Supported by an educational grant from Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
Major industry sponsor satellite
Organizer
Clinical Care Options; LLC
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Session Description
Join this live discussion in which the expert panel explores the latest issues relating to HIV care through cases and expert dialogue followed by dedicated time to answer your questions. Topics covered will focus on key areas of HIV management, including optimal use of newer antiretroviral agents and strategies, individualizing ART for women of childbearing potential and during pregnancy, the impact of evolving data on adverse events during ART, and the anticipated roles of emerging and investigational novel ART strategies. Supported by an educational grant from Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
Major industry sponsor satellite
Organizer
Gilead
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Session Description
Multisectoral alliances and partnerships continue to shape global responses to HIV. What are the secrets to success of these partnerships? How can current models be built on to create new collaborations? The push to end the HIV epidemic as a public health threat by 2030 will require closing gaps in HIV prevention and treatment. Through multisector alliances, we can leverage the strengths of a range of partners. In this panel discussion, moderator Vignetta Charles, PhD and CEO at ETR, will pose some key questions to the following panelists on their experiences as stakeholders: Dr Angeli Achreker, Principal Deputy US Global AIDS Co-ordinator (PEPFAR) on DREAMS; Lauren Marks, Director of Private Sector Engagement at PEPFAR on MenStar Coalition; Anne Aslett, Director of the Elton John AIDS Foundation on RADIAN; Shanell McGoy, Associate Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Gilead Sciences on COMPASS Initiative; and Alex Kalomparis, Vice President for Public Affairs, International, Gilead Sciences, Inc. The panelists, who will take live questions from the audience, will share some of the lessons they’ve learned, discuss how partnerships actually function at ground level, and offer advice on how they can truly support the needs of the communities they serve.