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Introduction

Mentoring Breakfast and Table Discussions

Guest speaker: Kevin High, MD, MS

Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston-Salem, NC, USA

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Session 1: HIV and aging then and now

10 Years of Aging Research: Frailty and Aging

Linda Fried, MD, MPH

Columbia University, New York, NY, USA

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Session 1: HIV and aging then and now

Influences on future morbidity burden in adults with HIV

Keri Althoff PhD, MPH

Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA

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Session 1: HIV and aging then and now

ABSTRACT

Blunted increase in muscle mass after exercise training in people aging with HIV

Catherine Jankowski

University Of Colorado, USA

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Session 1: HIV and aging then and now

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Food insecurity and frailty among women in the U.S.

Judy Tan

UCSF, USA

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Session 1: HIV and aging then and now

ABSTRACT

Impact of testosterone use on grip strength in men aging with HIV

Mary Clare Masters

Northwestern Memorial Hospital, USA

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Session 2: Overlapping mechanisms driving HIV and aging

Causation versus Correlation: the pathway of altered coagulation as a pathophysiological mechanism in HIV disease

Jason Baker, MD

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA

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Session 2: Overlapping mechanisms driving HIV and aging

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Epigenetic age acceleration and non-AIDS defining cancers among HIV infected adults

Chad Achenbach

Northwestern University, USA

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Session 2: Overlapping mechanisms driving HIV and aging

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Lipidome abnormalities and altered macrophage phenotype may contribute to cardiovascular disease risk in the aging HIV population

Emily Bowman

The Ohio State University, USA

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Session 2: Overlapping mechanisms driving HIV and aging

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Elevated cardiac risk score by ASCVD calculation is associated with albuminuria in older people living with HIV

Carrie Johnston

Nyp-weill Cornell Medical Center, USA

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Session 2: Overlapping mechanisms driving HIV and aging

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The association between mitochondrial DNA copy number and longitudinal lung function decline among people with or at risk of HIV

Jing Sun

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Of Public Health, USA

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Session 3: HIV and aging: breaking down the walls

HIV and aging in sub-Saharan Africa

Jean B. Nachega, MD, PhD, MPH

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

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Session 3: HIV and aging: breaking down the walls

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The aging of HIV epidemic in Ukraine: New HIV diagnoses from 2015-2018 and related mortality among adults ≥50 years

Julia Rozanova

Yale University School Of Medicine, USA

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Session 3: HIV and aging: breaking down the walls

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Frailty phenotype in older virologically suppressed PLWHIV is strongly correlated with specific comorbidities and tobacco use

Christina Psomas

European Hospital Marseille, France

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Session 3: HIV and aging: breaking down the walls

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Cellular and molecular assessment of muscle function as a predictor of ageing phenotype in older PLWH

Matthew Hunt

Newcastle University, UK

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Session 4: Cannabis use among older adults with HIV

Use of Cannabis: Basic Scientist's Perspective

Linda Chang, MD

University of Hawaii, HI, USA

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Session 4: Cannabis use among older adults with HIV

The promise, and challenge, of cannabis and cannabinoids as medicine

Thomas Marcotte, PhD

University of California San Diego, CA, USA

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

Loneliness/Social Isolation

Maile Karris, MD

University of California San Diego, CA, USA

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

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HIV infection does not increase the frequency of phosphorylated tau and beta amyloid in brain in late middle age

Susan Morgello

Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai, USA

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

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Predictors of longitudinal neuropathic pain in older patients with HIV-associated distal sensory polyneuropathy

Monica Diaz

University Of California, USA

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

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The utility of olfactory function in distinguishing early stage Alzheimer’s disease from HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder: a pilot study

Erin Sundermann

University Of California, USA

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

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The structure and correlates of loneliness and social isolation among PLWH over 55 with mild neurocognitive disorder

Sarah Dobbins

UCSF School Of Nursing, USA

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

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What is the lived experience of loneliness in older men living with HIV? A qualitative analysis to guide service development

Amanda Austin-Keiller

McGill University, Canada

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Session 5: It is so much more than the virus

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Intrinsic capacity but not frailty predicts functional status in PLWH: a multi-centre prospective study

Giovanni Guaraldi

Metabolic Clinic, University Of Modena And Reggio Emilia, Italy

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Session 6: Is an HIV cure what older adults with HIV really want?

HIV cure research in an aging population: unique opportunities and challenges

Steven Deeks, MD

University of California San Francisco, CA, USA

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Session 6: Is an HIV cure what older adults with HIV really want?

Being a researcher and community advocate in HIV and aging

Stephen Karpiak, PhD

ACRIA Center of HIV & Aging at GMHC, USA

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