Poster Presentations

poster listing as of September 11 (subject to change)

I: Transmissions

Poster #32
Biju Issac, Henry Jackson Foundation
Poster Title: Expression levels of host restriction factors APOBEC3G and TRIM5 vary in different lymphocyte populations in non-human primates

Poster #33
Susan de Jong, STEMCELL Technologies Inc
Poster Title: Immuno-magnetic Isolation of Immune Cells from Peripheral Blood of Rhesus Macaque

Poster #34
Julie Karl, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Poster Title: De novo assembly of an entire Mauritian macaque MHC haplotype with ultra-long reads

Poster #35
Cecilia Shortreed, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Poster Title: Acute phase SIVmac239 viral load dynamics are similar in male and female rhesus macaques

Poster #36
Lisette Corbin, Northwestern University
Poster Title: Temporal and spatial characterization of SIV infection dynamics after rectal challenge in the rhesus macaque model

Poster #37
James Curlin, Colorado State University
Poster Title: Cross-species Transmission of SIV to Humans: Evolution towards HIV-1 in a Humanized Mouse Model

Poster #38
Veronica Obregon-Perko, Department of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine
Poster Title: An NHP Model of Pediatric Oral HIV Infection and ART Treatment

II: Pathogenesis

Poster #39
Priyankana Banerjee, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Poster Title: Diversification of Bw4 Specificity and Recognition of a Non-Classical MHC Class I Molecule Implicated in Maternal-Fetal Tolerance by Killer-Cell Immunoglobulin-Like Receptors of the Rhesus Macaque

Poster #40
Marissa Fahlberg, Tulane Primate Center
Poster Title: Differential effect of in vivo iNKT activation on adipose tissue and PBMC and implications for SIV pathogenesis

Poster #41
Deepak Kaushal, Tulane National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: CD4+ T cells initially control Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection but eventually contribute to inflammation and pathology during SIV/HIV-induced reactivation

Poster #42
Ning Chin, University of California, Davis
Poster Title: Transcriptomes of sorted natural killer cells, antigen-presenting cells, and CD8+ T cells from cytomegalovirus-infected vs uninfected rhesus macaques

Poster #43
Richard Grant, Washington National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: Experimental Infection of Pigtailed Macaques with Exogenous SRV-1, -2, -4 and -5 and Reactivation of Latent SRV-5 after CD20 and CD8 Cell Depletion

Poster #44
Ziyuan He, Tulane National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: Dysregulation of G-CSF and neutrophils is associated with chronic inflammation in aging rhesus macaques

Poster #45
Woong-Ki Kim, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Poster Title: Overexpression and Activation of Colony-Stimulating Factor 1 Receptor in the SIV/Macaque Model of HIV Infection and NeuroAIDS

Poster #46
Kyle Kroll, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Poster Title: Multidimensional analysis of advanced polychromatic flow cytometry data reveals unique natural killer cell populations in primates.

Poster #47
Rhianna Jones, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Poster Title: Systemic and mucosal activation of natural killer cell receptor-expressing B cells in HIV/SIV infections

Poster #48
Cordelia Manickam, Harvard Medical School/ BIDMC
Poster Title: Non-linear multidimensional flow cytometry analyses delineate NK cell phenotypes in normal and HIV-infected chimpanzees

Poster #49
Ilnour Ourmanov, Laboratory of Molecular Microbiology, NIAID, NIH
Poster Title: Escape of SIVsmE660 clones from neutralization in vivo associated with increased interferon-α resistance.

Poster #50
Kimberly Shankwitz, Tissue Analysis Core, Vaccine Research Center, NIAID, NIH
Poster Title: Compromised steady-state germinal center reactivity with age in non-human primates.

Poster #51
Andrey Tokarev, The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, US Military HIV Research Program
Poster Title: Single-cell transcriptome of in vivo SIV-infected rhesus macaque CD4 T cells

Poster #52
Erica Larson, University of Pittsburgh
Poster Title: Pre-existing SIV Infection Impacts Lung Immune Responses During the Early Stages of M. tuberculosis Co-infection

Poster #53
Cheri Lee, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Poster Title: Brain memory CD4+ T cells: A potential new viral reservoir

Poster #54
Christopher DeMarco, Duke University Medical Center
Poster Title: A Four-fold Increase in the Sensitivity of the SIV Viral Load Assay at the Nonhuman Primate Core Virology Laboratory for AIDS Vaccine Research and Development

Poster #55
Cameron Mattingly, Emory University
Poster Title: Similar frequency of infection of naïve and memory CD4+ T-cells in ART-suppressed SIV/SHIV-infected infant rhesus macaques.

Poster #56
Charlene Miller, University of Miami
Poster Title: Gut microbiome dysbiosis after Zika virus infection is associated with increased peripheral and nervous system inflammation in macaques and humans

III: Vaccines

Poster #57
Amir Ardeshir, California National Primate Research Center, University of California, Davis
Poster Title: Dolutegravir monotherapy of simian immunodeficiency virus-infected macaques selects for several patterns of resistance mutations with variable virological outcomes.

Poster #58
Cynthia Derdeyn, Emory University
Poster Title: Clade C HIV-1 envelope vaccination regimens differ in their ability to elicit antibodies with moderate neutralization breadth against genetically diverse tier 2 HIV-1 envelope variants

Poster #59
Valerie Fremont, Quality Biological
Poster Title: NIAID Reagent Resource Support Contract for AIDS Vaccine Development

Poster #60
Richard Green, University of Washington
Poster Title: ITA: An Integrated Transcriptomics Analysis identifying novel pathways to vaccine protection against SIV

Poster #61
Eunju Ko, Vaccine Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

Poster #62
Celia LaBranche, Duke University
Poster Title: Characterization of the CD4BS-specific neutralizing antibody response in a macaque with autologous tier 2 neutralizing antibodies

Poster #63
Ma Luo, University of Manitoba
Poster Title: Cervicovaginal Inflammatory Cytokine and Chemokine Responses to Two Different SIV Vaccines in Mauritian Cynomolgus Macaques

Poster #64
Michael Barry, Mayo Clinic
Poster Title: Divergent HIV-1 Directed Immune Responses Generated by Systemic and Mucosal Immunization with Replicating Single Cycle Adenoviruses in Rhesus Macaques

Poster #65
Takushi Nomura, AIDS Research Center, National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan
Poster Title: Induction of Gag-specific CD8+ T cell responses in rhesus macaque rectum mucosa by intranasal Sendai virus vector immunization

Poster #66
Jessica Osborn, Department of Microbiology, University of Washington
Poster Title: Impact of probiotic therapy on the induction of SHIV-specific T-cell responses by a prophylactic DNA/protein vaccine

Poster #67
Ranajit Pal, Advanced BioScience Laboratories, Inc.
Poster Title: Use of the Macaque Ex vivo Biopsy Challenge Model to Establish a Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) Correlation for the Integrase Inhibitor MK-2048

Poster #68
Yongjun Sui, National Cancer Institute
Poster Title: Mucosal vaccine efficacy against intrarectal SHIV acquisition independent of anti-Env antibody

Poster #69
Tysheena Charles, Emory University
Poster Title: Characterization of serum antibody responses in rhesus macaques immunized against the HIV-1 clade A BG505.664 T332N SOSIP envelope trimer

Poster #70
Thomas Lewis, University of Washington
Poster Title: Characterization of ZIKV-specific antibody responses induced following ZIKV infection in a pigtail macaque model of infection

Poster #71
Nito Panganiban, Tulane National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: Zika Virus Induced Neuro-Inflammation in Rhesus Macaques

Poster #72
David Spencer, Oregon Health & Science University
Poster Title: Native HIV-1 Env circulating during the development of breadth in human subjects elicits Tier 2 heterologous neutralizing monoclonal antibodies in macaques

Poster #73
Blake Schouest, Tulane National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: CD8+ lymphocytes modulate acute ZIKV viremia, innate antiviral immunity and possibly tissue dissemination in nonhuman primates

IV: Cure

Poster #74
Shaheed Abdulhaqq, OHSU
Poster Title: RhCMV-induced, SIV-specific MHC-E-restricted T cells recognize SIV through the T cell receptor

Poster #75
Isaac Barber-Axthelm, Stem Cell and Gene Therapy Program, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; School of Medicine, University of Washington

Poster #76
Sandra Dross, University of Washington National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: Immunogenicity of a therapeutic conserved elements DNA vaccine in combination with anti-PD-1 therapy in SHIV-infected rhesus macaques

Poster #77
Shigeyoshi Harada, National Institute of Infectious Diseases
Poster Title: Molecular characterization of the env gene during transmission of macaque-tropic human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1mt)

Poster #78
Megan O’Connor, University of Washington; Washington National Primate Research Center
Poster Title: Gut mucosa dysregulation of T-cell subsets is less severe in SHIV- versus SIV-infected rhesus macaques during HIV cure therapy

Poster #79
Pam Skinner, UMN
Poster Title: An HIV cure approach based on a CAR optimized for potency, inescapability, and non-immunogenicity co-expressed with the follicular homing receptor CXCR5

Poster #80
Chris Peterson, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Poster Title: Vaccine-Specific, Ex Vivo-Expanded T-Cell Products for HIV Cure

Poster #81
Hirofumi Akari, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Poster Title: Cooperative cellular and humoral immunity may contribute to the efficient control of HIV-1 replication in macaques

Poster #82
Adrienne E. Swanstrom, AIDS and Cancer Virus Program, FNLCR, Leidos Biomedical Research
Poster Title: Use of Quanterix Simoa Ultrasensitive Immunoassay for Assessing Residual Simian-Tropic HIV in Non-Human Primate Models of AIDS

Poster #83
Hillary Tunggal, University of Washington
Poster Title: Immunogenicity and efficacy of a therapeutic SIV DNA vaccine co-formulated with a novel adjuvant cocktail

Poster #84
Ayaka Washizaki, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Poster Title: A novel PKC activator 10-Methyl-Aplog-1 in combination with JQ1 showed high potency as LRA for shock and kill therapy

Poster #85
Yanhui Cai, The Wistar Institute
Poster Title: BCL6 Inhibition by FX1 as A Novel Strategy to Abrogate Lymphoid Hyperplasia and Reduce Tfh Cells in Rhesus Macaque: Implications for HIV/SIV Remission Following ART-suppression

Poster #86
Julia McBrien, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
Poster Title: Immunological effects of the IL-15 superagonist N-803 in SIV-infected ART-treated rhesus macaques

Poster #87
Mauricio Martins, University of Miami
Poster Title: Vaccine protection against acquisition of SIVmac239 infection

Poster #88
Rebecca Olson, University of Washington
Poster Title: Innate immune sensing and silence in HIV latent cells

V: Clinic

Poster #89
Eileen Maher, Wisconsin National Primate Research Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Poster Title: Research Services at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center Supports Simian Immunodeficiency Virus Research