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2nd Env Manufacturing Workshop
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Product Development Boot Camp
Preclinical data and regulatory considerations
November 2015
Jim Ackland, Global Biosolutions
2nd Workshop on Prevention Trials in Infants Born to HIV-Positive Mothers
bNAbs development in infants
February 2017
Philip Goulder, Oxford University
No Monkey Business: Nonhuman Primate Models for HIV Prevention
October 2017
Co-Chair
Shelby O’Connor, University of Wisconsin
Matt Reynolds, University of Wisconsin
Introduction
Bargavi Thyagarajan, Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise
Non-human primate models of HIV maternal and infant immunization
Genevieve Fouda, Duke Human Vaccine Institute
Passive transfer of a single V2 monoclonal antibody reduces viral reservoirs in macaques during repeated SHIV challenges
Ann Hessell, Oregon Health & Science University
Tracking fluorophore-conjugated VRC01 following intravenous injection in the rhesus macaque
Jeffrey Schneider, Northwestern University
CyCMV vaccination induces unconventional CD8 T cells in mauritian cynomolgus macaques
Justin Greene, Oregon Health & Science University
Moderator
Shelby O’Connor, University of Wisconsin
Matt Reynolds, University of Wisconsin
Panelist
Genevieve Fouda, Duke Human Vaccine Institute
Ann Hessell, Oregon Health & Science University
Jeffrey Schneider, Northwestern University
Justin Greene, Oregon Health & Science University

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