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2014

The 21st Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections 
Boston, MA, USA --March 3-6, 2014
  1. Wertheim JO, Mehta SR, Pond Kosakovsky, Smith DW, Forgione LA, Torian LV
    Risk Factor Predicts Geographic Spread Within New York City HIV-1 Transmission Network and Beyond 
    Abstract no.214. Page 194.

  2. Myers JE, Xia Q, Torian LE, Irvine MK, Cutler BH, Harriman G, Sepkowitz KA, Shepard CW
    CD4 Cell Count Monitoring Frequency Among HIV+ Persons in New York City (NYC), 2007-2011 
    Abstract no.557. Page 372.

  3. Torian LV, Xia Q, Wiewe EW
    HIV Care and Viral Suppression Among Persons Living With HIV/AIDS, New York City 2006-2010 
    Abstract no.991. Page 630.

  4. Myers JE, El-Sadr Davis O, Weinstein ER, Remch M, Edelstein AL, Cutler BH, Schillinger JA
    Availability, Accessibility, Price of Rapid HIV Self-Tests, New York City Pharmacies, Summer 2013 
    Abstract no.970. Page 83.

  5. Braunstein SL, Pathela P, Kersanske L, Shepard CW
    Incidence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Persons With HIV, New York City, 2000-2010 
    Abstract no.1021. Page 649.

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2013

2013 ID Week Conference 
San Francisco, CA, USA --October 2-6, 2013
  1. Ramaswamy C, Ellman TM, Myers J, Madsen A, Sepkowitz K, Shepard C
    New HIV diagnoses reported at autopsy among New York City adults, 2006-2010 
    Abstract no.40132

The 20th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections 
Atlantic, GA,USA -- March 3-6, 2013
  1. Stadelmann L, Terzian A, Irvine M, Braunstein S, Shepard CW.
    Changes in HIV Viral Load Suppression among HIV-infected New Yorkers, 2006-2007 to 2010-2011 
    Abstract no.X-1018

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2012

The Infectious Diseases Society of America Conference 
San Diago, CA,USA -- October 17-21, 2012

  1. Myers JE, Bodach S, Cutler BH, Shepard CW [Oral Presentation]
    Acceptability of Home Self-Test Kits for HIV in New York City (NYC),2006  check HIV-STD-TB and Oral Abstract Session, then click Generate Filtered Session List button, check #39, and then page 2. Abstract no.121
    Or directly download Acceptability of Home Self-Test Kits for HIV in New York City (NYC),2006 (PDF)

The XIX International AIDS Conference 
Washington DC, USA -- July 22-27, 2012 

  1. Udeagu CC., Webster-León T., Bocour A., Michel P., Shepard CW. [Oral Presentation]
    Using surveillance data to identify HIV-infected persons out-of-care (OOC) in New York City (NYC) and offer linkage to care and HIV partner services 
    Abstract no. MOPDC0306 

  2. Neaigus A., Reilly K., Jenness S., Wendel T., Marshall DM IV., Hagan H.
    Risk factors for greater undiagnosed HIV infection of black MSM in New York City
    Abstract no. MOPE263 

  3. Donnell D., Hall H.I., Beauchamp G., Gray K.M., Griffin A.B., Brady K.A., Meyer J., Benbow N., Torian LV., Branson B., El-Sadr W., on behalf of the HPTN 065 Study Group
    Assessing viral suppression amongst HIV patients accessing care in five cities using U.S. HIV surveillance data for the TLC-Plus (HPTN 065) Study
    Abstract no. WEPE115 

  4. Stadelmann L., Braunstein S., Pathela P., Shepard CW.
    Using cross-matched HIV and sexually transmitted disease registry data to estimate adherence to dual screening recommendations in New York City
    Abstract no. TUPE137 

  5. Bocour A., Renaud T., Udeagu, CC., Shepard CW. 
    HIV partner services are associated with earlier diagnosis and linkage to HIV medical care
    Abstract no. WEPE100 

  6. King A., Stadelmann L., Cutler B., Sweeney MM, Tsoi B.
    Impact of expanded HIV testing in New York City
    Abstract no.WEPE101 

  7. King A., Stadelmann L., Hartsough K., Cutler B., Sweeney MM., Tsoi B.
    Newly diagnosed positives identified by HIV testing programs in New York City
    Abstract no.WEPE103 

  8. Reilly K., Neaigus A., Jenness S., Wendel T., Marshall DM IV., Hagan H.
    Factors associated with recent HIV testing among men who have sex with men in New York City
    Abstract no.MOPE277 

  9. Eavey J., Torian LV., Leider J., Cowan E., Nickerson J., Fettig J., Jablonsky A., Calderon Y.
    Undiagnosed HIV infection in an urban emergency department: a blinded, cross-sectional serosurvey
    Abstract no. TUPE282 

  10. Myers J., Braunstein S., Shepard CW., Cutler B., Mantsios A., Sweeney MM., Tsoi B.
    Assessing the impact of a community-wide HIV testing scale-up initiative in a major urban epidemic
    Abstract no. TUPE292 

  11. Xia Q., Readhead A., Wiewel E., Torian LV.
    Late stage HIV infection detection rate in New York City, 2004-2008
    Abstract no. TUPE227 

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2012 CSTE Annual Conference 
Omaha, Nebraska USA -- June 3-8, 2012 

  1. Stadelmann L, Bodach S, Bocour A, Renaud T, Braunstein S, Shepard CW. 
    The Contribution of Field Services Unit Interview Data to the New York City HIV/AIDS Surveillance Registry, 2006-2011 
    Abstract no.1330938. Page 490. 

  2. Eavey J, Braunstein S, Peters V, Shepard CW.
    Identifying previous out of jurisdiction HIV diagnoses in New York City 
    Abstract no. 1286428. Page 133. 

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The 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections  
Seattle, WA USA -- March 5-8, 2012 

  1. Miller L., Bodach S., Ramautar A., Arakaki L., Braunstein S., Shepard C., and Weiss D.
    HIV Is a Potential Risk Factor for Invasive Meningococcal Disease
    Abstract no. 950 

  2. Forgione L., Torian L.
    Trends in community viral load, new diagnoses, and estimated incidence of HIV, New York City, 2005-2009 
    Abstract no. 1123 

  3. Kessler J., Myers J., Nucifora K., Mensah N., Kowalski A., Sweeny M., Toohey C., Shepard C., Cutler B., and Braithwaite S.
    Expanded Antiretroviral Therapy(ART) in New York City: Modeling the Impact 
    Abstract no. 1076 

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2011

The 139th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting 
Washington, DC USA -- October 29 - November 2, 2011 

  1. Bocour A, Renaud T, Wong M, Udeagu C, Shepard C.
    MSM newly-diagnosed with HIV in New York City: differences in behaviors and partner characteristics by age group
    Abstract no. 238201 

  2. Stadelmann L, Bodach S, Terzian A, Braunstein S, Shepard C, Nash D.
    Comparing models of HIV transmission risk on concurrent HIV/AIDS diagnosis using multiple imputation and other methods for handling missing risk data, New York City 2008
    Abstract no. 243401 

2011 National HIV Prevention Conference 
Atlanta, GA USA -- August 14-17, 2011 

  1. Torian LV
    Measuring NAS Outcomes-The Role of HIV Surveillance
    An oral presentation in a panel discussion on "Surveillance to Evaulate Prevention" 

  2. Peter V, Gill B, Brooks A, McFarlane K, Brewton J, Shepard C.
    Prevention of Second Generation's Perinatal HIV Transmission: Characteristics of Perinatally HIV-infected Pregnant Women, NYC
    Abstract no. 2022 

  3. Tsega A, Bocour A, Jenness S, Udeagu CC, Shepard C.
    Differences in Risk Behaviors and Sexual Partner Characteristics of Perinatally versus Heterosexually HIV-Infected Youth, NYC
    Abstract no. 1778 

  4. Shah D, Braunstein S, Terzian A, Udeagu CC, Shepard C.
    Matching HIV Registry to Partner Services Data: Identifying New Infections among Partners HIV-Negative at Notification
    Abstract no. 1639 

2011 HIV Surveillance Workshop
Atlanta, GA USA -- July 19–July 22, 2011 

  1. Eavey J, Braunstein S, Peters V, Shepard C.
    Ascertainment of previous out of jurisdiction HIV diagnoses in New York City

  2. Torian LV, Forgione L, Punsalang A, and Oleszko W.
    Comparison of Multispot Rapid EIA with Western Blot for Confirmatory Serodiagnosis of HIV

  3. Laraque F, Mavronicolas H, Robertson M, Gortakowski H, Terzian A.
    Disparities in Community Viral Load among HIV Infected Persons in NYC

  4. Terzian A, Bodach S, Wiewel E, Braunstein S, Sepkowitz K, and Shepard C.
    Factors associated with persistent high viremia in HIV-infected New Yorkers, 2006-2007

  5. Bodach S, Braunstein S, Bernard MA, Sabharwal C, Tsega A, Shum R, Shepard C.
    Flagging possible acute HIV infections based on viral load values among routine surveillance field investigations in New York City

  6. Forgione LA, Torian LV.
    Trends in community viral load, new diagnoses, and estimated incidence of HIV, New York City, 2005-2008

  7. Shepard C, Gortakowski H, Nasrallah H, Cutler B, Begier E.
    Using GIS-Based Density Maps of HIV Surveillance Data to Identify Previously-Unrecognized Geographic Foci of HIV Burden in an Urban Epidemic

18th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) 
Boston, MA USA -- February 27 – March 2, 2011 

  1. Torian LV, Forgione L, Punsalang A, and Oleszko W.
    Comparison of Multispot Enyme Immunoassay with Western Blot for Confirmatory Serodiagnosis of HIV
    Abstract no. 652 

  2. Laraque F, Mavronicolas H, Gortakowski H, and Terzian A.
    Disparities in Community Viral Load among HIV-infected Persons in New York City
    Abstract no. 1024 

  3. Terzian A, Bodach S, Wiewel E, Braunstein S, Sepkowitz K, Peters V, and Shepard C.
    Characterizing HIV Viral Load Trajectories among HIV-infected New Yorkers, 2006 to 2007
    Abstract no. 1025

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2010

2010 National Summit on HIV Diagnosis, Prevention and Access to Care 
Maryland, USA -- November 17-19, 2010 

  1. Eavey J, Calderon Y,Jablonsky A, Fettig J, Nickerson J, Halloran J, Cowan E, Leider J, and Torian L.
    Routine voluntary HIV testing in the emergency room – making the “routine” a reality
    Abstract no. 12 Page 34 

  2. Udeagu C, Tsega A, Eavey J, Bocour A, Begier E, Renaud T, Gutierrez R, and Shepard C.
    Health Department Initiative to Increase Public Health Partner Services for Human Immunodeficiency Virus in New York City
    Abstract no. 92 Page 91 

2010 138th Annual APHA Conference
Denver, CO -- November 6-10, 2010 

  1. Neaigus A, Jenness S,Hagan H, Murrill C, Wendel T.
    Reciprocal sex partner concurrency is associated with greater risk for sexually transmitted infections among heterosexuals at high-risk for HIV
    Abstract no. 214841 

  2. Eyasu Teshale, MD, Bryce Smith, PhD, Elizabeth DiNenno, PhD, Jian Xing, PhD, Amy Jewett, Samuel Jenness, MPH, Alan Neaigus, PhD, Sharon Melville, MD,MPH, Hanne Thiede, DVM, MPH, Richard Burt, Alia Al-Tayyib, PhD, MSPH,Praveen R. Pannala, MD, MPH, Isa Williams Miles, ScD, MS, Alexandra Oster, MD, Amanda Smith, MPH, Teresa Finlayson, PhD and Kristina Bowles
    Prevalence of Hepatitis C Virus infection among persons who inject drug in 4 cities, US, 2009[Oral Presentation]
    Abstract no. 231316 

17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections 
San Francisco, CA -- February 16-19, 2010 

  1. Braunstein S, Nash D, Ingabire C, Mwamarangwe L, and van de Wijgert J.
    Performance of BED-CEIA and Avidity Index Assays in a Sample of ART-naïve, Female Sex Workers in Kigali, Rwanda
    Abstract no. 939

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2009

2009 National HIV Prevention Conference
Atlanta, GA -- August 23-26, 2009

  1. Lewis C, Wiewel E, Fernando D, Taylor R.
    A Socio-epidemiological Perspective and its Implications for Prevention Planning
    Abstract no. AR04 

  2. Nasrallah H, Lo W, Shepard C.
    Evaluating Factors Associated with High Viral Load Values Among HIV-Infected Individuals in New York City
    Abstract no. B04-3

  3. Neaigus A, Jenness Ss, Wendel T, Murrill C, Hagan H.
    Individual and Partner Characteristics Associated with Sex Partner Concurrency Among High-Risk Heterosexuals
    Abstract no. B06-2 

  4. Jenness S, Neaigus A,Wendel T, Murrill C, Hagan H.
    HIV Infection and Sexual Partnerships Between Heterosexual Non-Injectors and Injection Drug Users
    Abstract no. B10-1 

  5. Smith D, Kates J ,Torian L, Cranston K, Nesheim S.
    Preparing for PrEP: Discussing strategies for Potential Implementation of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention
    Abstract no. C01 

  6. Bodach S, Shepard C, Gallagher K, Kowalski A,Terzian A, Blank S, Begier E, Weisfuse I.
    Acute HIV surveillance documents population impact of p-NAAT screening in New York City STD Clinics
    Abstract no. F03-2 

The 16th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
Montréal, Canada -- February 8-11, 2009 

  1. Wiewel E, Nasrallah H, Hanna D, Shepard C, Begier E.
    HIV Diagnosis and Care Initiation Among Foreign-born Persons: New York City, 2001 to 2006
    Abstract no. 1034 

  2. Torian L, Forgione L, Eavey J, Kent S, Bennani Y.
    HIV Incidence in New York City in 2006
    Abstract no. 1037a 

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2008

XVII International AIDS Conference
Mexico City, Mexico -- August 3-8, 2008 

  1. Bocour A, Udeagu C-C, Gutierrez R, Ramos Y, Renaud T, Begier E.
    HIV partner notification: which case interviews yield the highest number of new positive partners in NYC? 

  2. Hanna D, Weglein D, Begier E.
    Increase in out-migration in persons reported with AIDS in New York City since the introduction of HARRT 

  3. Navejas M, Burke R, Liu KL, Raj-Singh S, Murrill C.
    Factors associated with multiple sex partners in the same encounter (group sex) among New York City (NYC) men who have sex with men (MSM) recruited online 

2008 The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) Annual Conference
Denver, CO June 8-12, 2008 

  1. Nasrallah H, Hanna D, Begier E.
    Characteristics of non-residents receiving HIV-related care in New York City, 2005
    Abstract no. 2779 page 55 

  2. Burke R, Wilson J, Grosskopf N, Bernstein K, Volle J, Murrill C, Begier E.
    NYC Condom Awareness and Use among New York City Adult Residents
    Abstract no. 3099 pages 225-226 

2008 National STD Prevention Conference
Chicago, Ill -- March 10-13, 2008 

  1. Renaud T, Bocour A, Irvine M, Bernstein K, Begier E, Sepkowitz K, Kellerman S, Weglein D.
    The Free Condom Initiative: Promoting condom availability and use in New York City

The 15th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections 
Boston, MA February 3-6, 2008

  1. Bennani Y, Parvez F, Forgione L, Herrera J, Torian L, Gbur M, Begier E.
    Undiagnosed HIV Infection among New York City Jail Entrants, 2006: Results of a Blinded Serosurvey
    Abstract no. V-203 

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2007

2007 National HIV Prevention Conference
Atlanta, GA December 2-5, 2007 

  1. Hanna D, Pfeiffer M, Tsoi B, Henn M, Karpati A, Begier E.
    Do Most Positive HIV-1 Western Blot Tests In New York City Diagnose New Cases?
    Abstract no. B15-4 page 84 

  2. Burke R, Wilson J, Grosskopf N, Bernstein K, Volle J, Murrill C, Begier E.
    Is the NYC Condom meeting New Yorkers’ needs?”
    Abstract no. D04-5 pages 92-93 

  3. Jenness S, Hanna D, Murrill C.
    Barriers to Care among Adults Newly Diagnosed with HIV in New York City – Results from the Never in Care Study Formative Research
    Abstract no. B13-2 pages 257-258 

  4. Navejas M, Liu KL, Raj-Singh S, Murrill C.
    Participation in online HIV prevention among men who have sex with men (MSM) who use the internet to meet sex partners in New York City
    Abstract no. C15-4 pages 27-28 

135th APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition
Washington, D -- November 3-7, 2007 

  1. Jenness S, Hagan H, Liu KL, Wendel T, Woodall A, Raj-Singh S, Murrill C.
    Association of Syringe Source and Syringe Sharing in New York City
    Abstract no. 145629 

40th Annual Society for Epidemiologic Research Meeting
Boston, MA -- June 19-22, 2007

  1. Hanna D, Pfeiffer M, Sackoff J, Torian L.
    Comparison Of Two National Death Databases For Death Ascertainment In Persons Reported With Hiv/Aids In New York City
    Abstract no. 247, page 62

The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists
Atlantic City, NJ -- June 24-28, 2007

  1. Burke R, Shah D, Bernstein K, Renaud T, Sackoff J, Pathela P, Begier E.
    Evaluation of the New York City HIV Partner Notification Tracking System
    Abstract no. 2326, page 209

The 14th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
Los Angeles, CA -- February 25-28, 2007 

  1. Nguyen T, Gwynn R, Kellerman S, Begier E, Garg R, Konty K, Pfeiffer M, Torian L, Frieden T, Thorpe L.
    Population-Based Prevalence Estimates of Diagnosed and Undiagnosed HIV and Associated Risk Behaviors among New York City Adults - 2004
    Abstract no. 153 

  2. Bennani Y, Forgione L, Torian L.
    Population-based HIV Incidence Estimates Using STARHS over the First 4.5 Years of Named HIV Reporting in NYC, 2000-2004(Poster Abstracts)
    Abstract no. 955

  3. Bernstein K, Begier E, Burke R, Karpati A, Hogben M.
    HIV Screening Practices: Results from a Survey of US Physicians(Poster Abstracts)
    Abstract no. 960

  4. Torian L, Wiewel E.
    Risk Factors for Concurrent Diagnosis of HIV/AIDS in New York City, 2004: The Role of Age, Transmission Risk, and Country of Birth(Poster Abstracts)
    Abstract no. 964

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2006

The XVI International AIDS Conference
Toronto, Canada August 14-18, 2006 

  1. Pfeiffer M, Hanna D, Begier E, Sepkowitz K,Torian L, Sackoff J.
    Persistent contribution of substance abuse to excess mortality among persons with AIDS in New York City, 1999-2003. (PDF).
    Abstract no. THAC0201 

  2. Liu KL, Murrill C, Koblin B, Buckley L, Raj-Singh S, Torian L.
    Comparisons of HIV risk behaviors between foreign-born and US-born men who have sex with men(MSM) in New York City (PDF).
    Abstract no. WEPE0725. 

  3. Bennani Y, Torian L.
    Increasing ascertainment of incident HIV infection reported to the NYC department of health and mental hygiene: maturation of a new HIV reporting system (PDF).
    The XVI International AIDS Conference, 2006. Poster: TuPeC4769 

  4. Torian L, Wiewel E, Hanna D, Sackoff J.
    Risk factors for failure to initiate primary care after diagnosis of HIV, New York city: impact of transmission risk and site of initial diagnosis on successful transition to care (PDF).
    Abstract no. THPDB03. 

  5. Begier E, Hanna D, Wiewel E, Sackoff J. 
    New York City's HIV-related health disparities: surveillance data guides public health action (PDF).
    Abstract no. MOPE0516. 

  6. Des Jarlais D, Arasteh K1, Perlis T, Hagan H, Abdul-Quader A, Heckathorn D, McKnight C, Bramson H, Nemeth C, Torian L, Friedman S.
    Convergence of HIV seroprevalence among injecting and non-injecting drug users in New York City: a new stage in a very large HIV epidemic (PDF).
    Abstract no. MOPE0419. 

  7. Malave M, Shah D, Begier E, Rubin S, Kellerman S, Sackoff J.
    Talking to newly diagnosed New Yorkers and testing their partners: public health does it better (PDF).
    Abstract no. WEPE0381. 

  8. Bocour A, Renaud T, Weglein D, de Stefano G, Begier E, Kellerman S.
    Covering New York City in latex: increasing condom access. (PDF).
    The XVI International AIDS Conference, 2006. Poster: WEPE0584 

13th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infection
Denver February 5-8, 2006 

  1. Hanna D, Pfeiffer M, Torian L, and Sackoff J.
    "Concurrent HIV/AIDS Diagnosis Increases the Risk of HIV-related Death Among Persons Newly Diagnosed with AIDS (PWA) in New York City (NYC), 2002-2004".
    Abstract # 925 

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2005
2005 National HIV Prevention Conference
Atlanta Georgia, June 2005
  1. Moseley J, Gordon C, Murrill C, Torian L.
    "An evaluation of discharge planning and community case management services for incarcerated adult males at Rikers Island: Correction Case Management at Rikers Island (CCARI)".
    Abstract #: M3-L0304 page 73 

  2. Murrill C, Guilin V, Dean L, Liu KL, Junquera Y, Ascencio R, White B,Torian L.
    "HIV Prevalence and Risk Behaviors Among Persons Active in the New York City House Ball Community".
    Abstract #: T3-B0501 

12th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
Boston, MA, February 2005 

  1. Torian L, Bennani Y, Frieden T.
    What is the True Prevalence of HIV in New York City?: Estimating the Number of Undiagnosed and Unreported Persons Living with HIV and AIDS in 2002.
    Abstract no. 970 

  2. Hanna D, Pfeiffer M, Torian L, Sackoff J.
    Predictors of Non-HIV-related Death among Persons Living with AIDS in New York City.
    Abstract no. 955 

  3. Murrill C, Beatty M, Raj-Singh S, Buckley L, Gurtman A, Jones S, Liu KL, and Torian L.
    Self-reported Sexual Risk Behaviors among HIV-infected Patients Attending 4 New York City HIV Clinics.
    Abstract no. 976 

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2004

American Public Health Association 132nd Annual Meeting and Exposition
Washington, DC, November 2004 

  1. Moseley J, Hirsch J.
    Listening to women's voices: Needs and worries among a group of HIV positive women in Soweto, South Africa and their patterns of HIV positive serostatus disclosure.
    Oral: Abstract #90732.

The XV International AIDS Conference
Bangkok, Thailand, July 2004 

  1. Peters V, Dominguez K, Liu KL, Gill B, Brooks A, Mapson C, Browne S, McFarlane K, Thomas P.
    Factors Associated with Perinatal HIV Transmission among Infants Born 1997-2001 in New York City (PDF).
    Poster: ThPeC7288 

  2. Murphy R, Peters V, Gill B, Dominguez K, Thomas P, Weedon J, Liu KL, Handelsman E.
    Perinatal HIV Infection Can Be Reasonably Excluded at Three Months of Age with HIV-1 DNA PCR in NYC (PDF).
    Poster: ThPeC7318 

  3. Liu KL, Peters V, Brooks A, Mapson C, Browne S, McFarlane K, Thomas P, Dominguez K.
    Epidemiology of Adolescents Living with HIV in New York City (PDF).
    Poster: TuPeC4769 

  4. Wiewel E, Bennani Y, Ramaswamy C, Sackoff J, Torian L.
    High Prevalence and Late Diagnosis of HIV Among Black Men Aged 40-54 in New York City (PDF).
    Poster: MoPeC3506 

11th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
San Francisco, CA, February 2004 

  1. Sackoff J, Coffee L.
    Are Bisexual Men a Bridge Population for Transmission of HIV to Female Sex Partners? (PDF)
    Abstract: 845 

  2. Bennani Y, Nash D, Schwendemann J, Ramaswamy C, Wethers J, Torian L.
    Population-based Estimates of HIV Incidence Using the Sensitive/Less-Sensitive EIA, New York City, 2001.
    Abstract: 856 

  3. Torian L, Bennani Y, Wethers J, Schwendemann J, Nash D.
    Use of the Serologic Testing Algorithm for Recent HIV Seroconversion to Assess Specificity of Routine Surveillance to Detection of Incident vs Prevalent HIV: Evaluation of the First 2 Years of Named HIV Reporting, New York City, June 1, 2000 to June 30, 2002 (PDF).
    Abstract no. 964 

  4. Manning SE, Ramaswamy C, Hajat A, Thorpe L, Karpati A, Marx MA, Mostashari F, Pfeiffer M, Nash D.
    Estimation of HIV Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Testing Frequency Among Sexually Active Men Who Have Sex with Men Aged 18-64 Years, New York City, 2001 (PDF).
    Abstract no. 863 

  5. Nash D, Manning SE, and Ramaswamy C.
    Descriptive Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in New York City: Incorporation of Newly Available Population-based Surveillance Data on HIV (non-AIDS), 2001 (PDF).
    Abstract no. 87 

  6. Dominguez K, Handelsman E, Paul M, Sukalac T, Fowler M G, Ortiz I, Hsu H, Melville S, Rakusan T, Peters V, Frederick T.
    Improvements in the Clinical Status of HIV-infected Children; a Longitudinal Assessment of the Effects of Advances in Care (PDF).
    Abstract no. 924 

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2003

The 41st Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA, October 2003 

  1. Liu KL, Peters V, Brooks A, Mapson C, Browne S, McFarlane K, Thomas P, Dominguez K.
    Changing Epidemiology and Survival of Adolescents Diagnosed with AIDS in New York City (PDF).

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2002

The 40th Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL, October 2002 

  1. Liu KL, Peters V, Gill B, Mapson C, Brooks A, Thomas P, Dominguez K.
    Trends in Hospitalizations among HIV-infected Children in New York City (PDF).*
    Poster no. 34
    * page 77 of PDF file. Abstract no. 434 or search for "Kai-Lih Liu"

The 9th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
Seattle, WA, February 2002 

  1. Patel J, Petronella S, Melville S, Bohannon B, Sukalac T, Dominguez K, Fowler MG, Ortiz I, Hsu H, Rakusan T, Peters V, Frederick T, Wilfert C, Maldonado B, and the PSD Consortium.
    Use of Specific Combination Antiretroviral Therapies for Prevention of Perinatal HIV Transmission (PHT): Pediatric Spectrum of HIV Disease Project (PSD) U.S.A; 1995-2001 (PDF).*

    * page 76 of pdf. Abstract no. 427 or search for "Vicki Peters"

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