Pharmacology of ARVs: how HIV-1 infection differs in children and women

5 March 2012 | Affiliated event at the 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), Seattle, United States

Meeting material

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  • Presentations

Pharmacology in Children

Overview of pharmacology in paediatric populations: from neonates to adolescents
Edmund Capparelli, UC San Diego, United States

ARV pharmacology in children: How malnourishment impacts clinical management
Philippa Musoke, Makarere University, Uganda


Malaria and HIV: Treatment considerations in co-infected children
Sunil Parikh , UC San Francisco, United States

Treating HIV in children with TB
Helen McIlleron, University of Cape Town, South Africa


Pharmacology in Women

From puberty to pregnancy: ARV pharmacology in women
Mark Mirochnick, Boston University, United States

Interaction of ARVs and hormonal contraceptives
Kathleen Squires, Thomas Jefferson University, United States

Women aging with HIV
Kristine Patterson, University of North Carolina, United States


Acquired HIV Drug Resistance in children – lessons from PENPACT1
Diana Gibb, Medical Research Council, United Kingdom

Report back from WHO ResNet
Silvia Bertagnolio, World Health Organization, Switzerland