See You in Atlanta!
Dear Friends & Colleagues,
We had a great meeting! Thank you to the more than 230 of you who joined us for the 31st Annual Symposium on Nonhuman Primate Models for AIDS.
We appreciate all the thoughtful efforts the Scientific and Organizing Committees put into ensuring a successful meeting, and we enjoyed hearing more than 130 oral and poster presentations. Plus, we all had plenty of time for discussion, which we hope will lead to scientific collaborations for each of you.
We are going to keep the meeting Web site live. Please check back soon for an updated version of the program book, which will include the final list of attendees.
If you have any questions, just email us at email@example.com.
Thank you, again, for participating in this year's meeting. We look forward to hearing from you about your scientific advancements that are based on what you learned at this year's NHP AIDS symposium.
New This Year!
Meet the Experts
Moderated by Guido SilvestriThese sessions will be held consecutively Sunday afternoon from 2 pm to 5 pm:
Plasmablast responses in macaques, featuring Jens Wrammert
Nonhuman primate genomics, featuring Steve Bosinger, Zach Johnson and Rob Norgren
"Using Genomic Tools to Study SIV Pathenogenesis and Vaccination in Nonhuman Primates"
Dendritic cell analyses in macaques, featuring Marcin Kwissa and Keith Reeves
"Of Monkeys and Men: A Translational Approach to Studying Dendritic Cell Biology"The keynote presentation by Dr. Louis Picker begins at 6 pm, and the opening reception follows from 7 pm to 8 pm.
Poster Presentations and Attendees
Please click here to read more information about some of this year's featured scientists with Poster Presentations & Attendees at the 31st Annual Symposium on Nonhuman Primate Models for AIDS.