Reblog from Dr Fiona Bisshop.
CROI 2018. All the goings on in the HIV world.
Earlier this month I attended the 25th CROI in Boston, the conference on retroviruses and opportunistic infections, a wonderful annual opportunity for scientists and clinicians from around the world to come together to discuss the latest research in HIV and Hepatitis.
Despite my trip beginning and ending with famous Boston “Nor’Easters” which delayed all my flights, covered the eastern US with snow, and at one stage left me stranded in Denver airport wondering if we would need the prolifically sign-posted tornado shelters, I did manage to attend the whole conference; and I was also lucky enough to be invited to a fantastic post-conference meeting with Dr Paul Sax and the faculty from Harvard. The conference covered a large number of topics, with many sessions running concurrently, making it difficult to choose which talks to attend – suffice to say my dance card was always full and sometimes double-booked.
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