The TX/OK AETC is proud to host this FREE online educational training,
"Webcast: CROI Review"
presented by Philip Keiser, MD.
Did you know that the use of anti-retrovirals in African countries has increased life spans, improved the overall health care system and reduced mortality? Or that people who are treated with ART can expect to have a more of a normal life span? Or that use of HCV protease inhibitors can CURE- that's right CURE- HCV in over half the people treated? This is twice as effective as the old therapy. Did you also know that there is a new pill that has Truvada and a new integrase inhibitor that can be given once-a-day? Join us for this informative session where you learn this information and more!
Broadcast: May 4, 2012
12:00 - 1:00 pm CT
(10:00 am PT/ 11:00 am MT/ 1:00 pm ET/ 7:00 am Hawaii)
Participants will be able to view the slides, hear audio through computer speakers. Participants will also able to view interactions with the presenter, chat, and answer polling questions.
Session Recording & Slides
Due to technical issues that we encountered during the broadcast on May 4, 2012, the recording is not available on our website at this time. Currently, we are working on providing the best quality recording. If you would like to be notified of when the recording is available on our website, please subscribe to our mailing list! Click here to subscribe!
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Philip Keiser, MD currently serves as the Principal Investigator for the TX/OK AETC, Professor of Medicine & International HIV Program Director both at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, TX. Dr. Keiser received his medical degree from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine in 1986 and completed Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at Francis Scott Key Medical Center in 1989. He completed his Fellowship in Infectious Diseases from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine in 1992.
Dr. Keiser has served on numerous committees in his career and is currently Chairman for the Texas Department of Health AIDS Drug Assistance Advisory Board. He is a member of Johns Hopkins Medical/Surgical Association, Infectious Diseases Society of America, and Society of HIV Medicine. Dr. Keiser has received numerous awards throughout his career. Most recently, he received 2009-2010 America's Best Doctors (Infectious Diseases) and in 2011 received recognition as a Texas Super Doctor.
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