Outstanding line up of national and international speakers #DACSymposium honouring the tremendous legacy of Prof David Cooper in HIV treatment and prevention and access for all @BurnetInstitute
Happening now: FAWE joins Ministry of Ed and other organizations in a children symposium in Kirigwajo SS to discuss issues affecting them ahead of the #DAC2018. Leave no child behind #DACSymposium.
[email protected] from @CSRH_UNSW gets final word at the #DACSymposium: “elimination is not a simple concept in definition or and we need to pay attention to who is left behind”.
Gail Matthews from @KirbyInstitute on effect of providing universal access to treatment for hep C in Australia: massive uptake of treatment and 1000s cured in 2yrs #DACSymposium.
Basil Donovan @KirbyInstitute “we are more likely to get a chlamydia vaccine from koala researchers, as there is more philanthropic money in saving koalas than finding STI vaccines” #DACSymposium.
Andrew Grulich from @KirbyInstitute: 32% decline in recent HIV infections among gay/bi men in NSW after rapid rollout of #PrEP #DACSymposium.
Prof Andrew Grulich reports the early results of EPIC NSW #DACSymposium.
“We did it in partnership, I’m proud of our efforts” - @kp_karenprice on EPIC NSW #DACSymposium @ACONHEALTH.
The challenge of the future is to have equitable access to the highest risk groups in NSW - Dr Kerry Chant on PrEP #DACSymposium @NSWHealth.
Former NSW Minister for Health the Hon. Jillian Skinner chairing the final session of the David Cooper Symposium #DACSymposium @NSWHealth.
@LindaGailBekker highlighting the importance of political will and access to resources to end the #HIV epidemic #DACSymposium.
“Cooperism: science should drive the response to #HIV, politics should not get in the way” - Prof @LindaGailBekker reflects on David’s vision for HIV prevention and treatment worldwide #DACSymposium.
Prof Matthew Law, Head of the Kirby’s Biostatistics and Databases Program, presenting on the HATI project, focussed on #HIV testing and treatment in Indonesia #DACSymposium.
Phillip Cunningham reflects on an impressive 30 years of laboratory activities in our region. #DACSymposium.
The lab underpins everything we do. Why do we do it? To create meaningful and confident comparable test results, says A/Prof Philip Cunningham @SVHSydney. #DACSymposium.
Associate Professor Phillip Cunningham from @SVHSydney reflects on the old days #DACSymposium.
Jo Watson, Deputy Chair of the PBAC, offers reflections on the role of community engagement and advocacy in #HIV research. #DACSymposium @UNSW @healthgovau.
The PREVAIL study III will be crucial to understanding persistence of #Ebola in survivors. #DACSymposium @KirbyInstitute @UNSW.
H. Clifford Lane presenting at the #DACSymposium about the role of research in global health, and his collaborative clinical trial work with David in the early years.
Prof Clifford Lane on global emerging infections and #globalhealth research @KirbyInstitute @UNSW #DACSymposium.
Dr Sarah Pett from @ucl in the UK speaks to us about the challenges and future directions of tuberculosis and HIV adult and paediatric trial networks in Africa at #DACSymposium.
Following David Cooper’s recommendation, Em Prof Praphan Phanuphak received honorary degree from @UNSW Deputy Chancellor Jillian Segel and @UNSWMedicine Dean Rodney Phillips #DACSymposium.
David Cooper practised translational research, collaboration, inclusion and diversity in the 1980s, long before it became fashionable. Prof Tony Kelleher @KirbyInstitute @UNSW #DACSymposium.
The legacy and importance of a great clinical researcher prof David Cooper explained by Prof Tony Kelleher. The complete researcher and outstanding clinician @KirbyInstitute @UNSW #DACSymposium.
Welcome to country by aunty Lola @UNSW #DACSymposium @KirbyInstitute.
Outstanding line up of national and international speakers #DACSymposium honouring the tremendous legacy of Prof David Cooper in HIV treatment and prevention and access for all @BurnetInstitute.