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Population Health

The impact of Antiretroviral treatment for HIV at population level Event

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Time:
12:00 - 13:00
Date:
12 March 2014
Venue:
Building 44, room 1087

For more information regarding this event, please email Nicola Wardrop at nicola.wardrop@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

This is a seminar in the Disease Ecology series of meetings

Professor Marie-Louise Newell (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Social and Human Sciences) will be delivering her presentation in person, and she will be joined by Dr Frank Tanser, spatial epidemiologist at the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies, University of Kwazulu-Natal, who will deliver his input via Skype.

 This promises to  be a fascinating event, and we are very lucky to have two wonderful speakers for this meeting, one of whom is on a different continent!

Recently we have been able to show a decline in HIV incidence when ART coverage, measured as the proportion of HIV infected adults on antiretroviral therapy, reaches levels of 30% or more
Professor Newell's research
Dr Frank Tanser - focusing on the epidemiology of important public health problems in sub-Saharan Afri

Speaker information

Professor Marie-Louise Newell,Professor of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, UNiversity of Southampton

Dr Frank Tanser,University of Kwazulu-Natal,Dr Tanser is a spatial epidemiologist at the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies.

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