Time Event
10:30
to
12:00

Registration

Collect your name tag and door prize sponsor sheet* 

10:30
to
12:00

Sponsor product show, coffee and pastries

Visit sponsor booths, collect stamps and enjoy refreshments 

12:00
to
1:25

Sponsor product show and lunch

Lunch will be served to registered guests

1:25
to
1:30

Introductory remarks – Dr. Bruce Mazer

Executive Director/Chief Scientific Officer of the RI-MUHC
1:30
to
2:05

Keynote speaker – Dr. Kevin Kain

How common infections in pregnancy can alter a child’s life trajectory

2:05
to
2:40

Keynote speaker – Dr. Sharon Walmsley

The greying of the HIV epidemic—is there accelerated or accentuated aging?

2:40
to
3:00
Coffee Break
3:00
to
3:35

Keynote speaker – Dr. Charu Kaushic

Understanding the biological causes for changes in HIV susceptibility in women over the life span

3:35
to
4:10

Keynote speaker – Dr. Katherine A. Siminovitch

Connecting genomics research to new understanding of autoimmune disease cause and management

4:10
to
4:35

Closing remarks – Dr. Erwin Schurr

Closing remarks, IDIGH Travel awards and door prizes

4:35
to
6:00

Wine and cheese and networking

Mingle among your colleagues!

*To be eligible to win one of many exciting door prizes, you must visit at least 15 vendor booths and collect a stamp form each of them. Once you have a minimum of 15 stamps, return the stamped sheet to the registration desk and you will be entered in the door prize draw. Good luck to all who participate!!

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