Ageing with HIV: From Pathogenesis to Policy
A free global health symposium
October 15, 2019, Collegezaal 4, AMC, Amsterdam
Thank you for your interest in the Ageing with HIV symposium.
Millions of people living with HIV around the world are living until old age, reflecting the immense beneficial impact of antiretroviral treatment (ART). However, these people are also at higher risk of developing non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
This free scientific symposium will summarize our current understanding of cardiovascular disease and cognitive impairment in those on HIV treatment, as well as projections about the expected future NCD burden in both high- and lower-income settings, and the implications for financing and comprehensive care provision for persons living with HIV.
Speakers include Prof. Serena Spudich from Yale University, Prof. Patrick Mallon from University College Dublin, Dr. Mikaela Smit from Imperial College London and Prof. Anna Vassall from the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
The symposium is held in honor of the PhD defense of Rosan van Zoest, who will defend her thesis on October 16 at 10:00 at the Agnietenkapel.
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The symposium is accredited by NIV (Nederlandse Internisten Vereniging) for 3 points.
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