35 Years of Advances in HIV/AIDS 2013:

35 Years of Advances in HIV/AIDS 2013:
What has Changed for Women?

This institute focused on current knowledge regarding HIV and women over the life course in a global context: epidemiology, pathogenesis, transmission and prevention, women-centered HIV treatment, and gender inequalities. Our emphasis was on social aspects, including gender-based vulnerabilities and empowerment, and on most at-risk populations, such as adolescents. The institute presented state-of-the art approaches to women’s HIV prevention: discussions emphasized a holistic approach that includes men/ partners, families, and communities as key influences on HIV-infected and at-risk women. The institute took a multidisciplinary team approach to understanding these complex issues in both resource-rich and resource-poor settings.

Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Professor of Medicine and Professor of Health Services, Policy & Practice at Brown University. Dr. Cu-Uvin's research focuses on Human Immunideficiency Virus (HIV) in women primarily in understanding the effect of antiretroviral therapy on HIV shedding in the female genital tract.

Assistant Professor (Research) of Behavi