SESSION 2
—OPEN

STATEMENT OF TASK #1: PROJECTED HIV/AIDS INCIDENCE


Statement of Task #1: A decade from now (2018) what is the best projection for the global incidence and burden of HIV/AIDS and its demographic and geographic distribution? What is the sensitivity of these projections to assumptions concerning the prevention of HIV infection?


Moderators: Geoff Garnett and Mead Over

12:20 pm–12:35 pm

Projections of Global HIV/AIDS Epidemiology

Geoff Garnett, Imperial College London

12:35 pm–12:50 pm

Projections of Global HIV/AIDS Epidemiology

Leigh Johnson, University of Cape Town, by video conference

12:50 pm–1:05 pm

Projections of Global HIV/AIDS Financing Needs

Lori Bollinger, Futures Institute

1:05 pm–1:35 pm

Moderated Question and Answer Session

1:35 pm–1:45 pm

Break

SESSION 3
—OPEN

STATEMENT OF TASK #2: WHAT ARE THE U.S. AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS’ INTERESTS?


Statement of Task #2: What are the long-term human resource and institutional implications of the projected global HIV infection prevalence on U.S. health, economic, diplomatic, industrial, scientific, academic, and other interests?


Moderators: Jennifer Cooke and Salim Karim

1:45 pm–2:00 pm

U.S. Foreign Policy Perspective

Princeton Lyman, Council on Foreign Relations

2:00 pm–2:15 pm

Private Sector Perspective

Jeff Sturchio, Global Health Council



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