CAHR 2016 – 25th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (Winnipeg)

In What Circumstances Could Non-daily Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Substantially Reduce Program Costs (HPTN 067)?

Kate M Mitchell, Dobromir Dimitrov, James P Hughes, Fan Xia, Deborah Donnell, Linda-Gail Bekker, Timothy H. Holtz, Sharon Mannheimer, Robert M Grant, Marie-Claude Boily

Differences in Sexual Behaviour and Access to ART are Insufficient to Explain Racial Disparities in HIV Risk for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) in Baltimore

Kate M Mitchell, Dobromir Dimitrov, Marie-Claude Boily

Do Modelling Assumptions About HIV Disease Progression On and Post-treatment Affect Estimates of Treatment Impact?

Kanes Sucharitakul, Marie-Claude Boily, Kate M Mitchell

HIV intervention impact predictions from deterministic and individuals based models

Romain Silhol, Marc Brisson, John Williams, Nicolas Van de Velde, Michel Alary, Michael Pickles, Dobromir T. Dimitrov, Peter Vickerman, Marie-Claude Boily

Importance of Epidemiological Tipping Point Ratio for ART Programme Success

Simon de Montigny, Dobromir T. Dimitrov, Benoît R. Mâsse, Kate M. Mitchell, Marie-Claude Boily,

Importance of Recruitment Process and Epidemic Initiation in Mathematical Models for Evaluating HIV Prevention Interventions

Simon de Montigny, Benoît R. Mâsse, Dobromir T. Dimitrov

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