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The “greying of the HIV epidemic” has raised important questions about the effect of aging on people living with HIV and the effect of HIV infection on the aging process. At the same time, little attention has been given to the risk for HIV acquisition among older individuals or the ability of health systems in low- and middle-income countries to adapt to these changing demographics.

ICAP at Columbia University proposes to host a satellite session to explore these vital issues. The session will include individual presentations on various aspects of this issue, to be followed by moderated panel discussion with ample opportunity to engage the audience.

18:30
Welcome
Jessica Justman, ICAP at Columbia University, United States
18:40
Introductions and Framing Remarks
Tiffany G. Harris, ICAP at Columbia University, United States
18:55
The Impact of Aging on People Living with HIV
Judith Currier, University of California Los Angeles, United States
19:10
Q&A
19:30
Aging with HIV: The NIH Research Agenda
Maureen Goodenow, US National Institutes of Health, United States
19:45
Differentiated Care for People Aging with HIV
Rumbidzai Matewe, Zimbabwe National Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS, Zimbabwe
20:00
Q&A
20:20
Closing Remarks
Tiffany G. Harris, ICAP at Columbia University, United States