ARV Safety Workshop

On Friday, February 26th, Paige Williams led a successful workshop on Approaches for Evaluating Safety of ARV Exposures in HIV-exposed Uninfected Infants and Children, at the Marriott Copley Plaza.

 The event brought together an interdisciplinary group of 40 faculty, students, post-doctoral fellows, and clinical experts in HIV research, to address multiple statistical and epidemiologic issues that arise in evaluating safety of ARV exposures inAntiretroviral children born to mothers with HIV infection. Presenters included some of our own: Katharine Correia, Kelesitse Phiri, Kathryn Rough, and Ellen Caniglia; as well as Jeanne Sibiude, from the Université Paris Descartes, Fatima Kakkar, from the University of Montreal, Hermione Lyall from the Imperial College London, and Rebecca Zash from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. The workshop came at the end of this year¹s annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI).