Poster Abstract


Winter 2012 Biomedical Seminar Series

Friday, January 20, 2012

Tricks in HIV’s bag to counter mucosal prevention strategies

Dr. Florian Hladik
Department of Obtetrics & Gynecology
University of Washington

A combination of prevention and treatment modalities will be needed to successfully control the global spread of HIV. Microbicides, drug products topically applied to mucosal surfaces to prevent HIV infection, are one of these biomedical interventions that hold great promise. In order to be efficacious, microbicides must overcome several challenges imposed by the mucosal microenvironment they intend to protect and the mischievous human immunodeficiency virus with its enormous capacity to adapt. The biological foundation of these challenges and opportunities in microbicide development is explored in this seminar.

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