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Re-launch of EACS Online Course on Clinical Management of HIV

The course is a free and flexible online alternative for busy clinicians in need of in-depth training on the clinical management of HIV. Designed for clinicians from Eastern Europe and Central Asia - with Russian subtitles - but everyone can participate!

Read more about the course here and enroll here

There will be a moderated period from 19 November 2018 – 10 February 2019 where you can interact with the faculty

 

Immunologic colloquium 28 November 2018

The next Immunologic Colloquium will take place 15:30 - 16:30 on 28 November 2018 at Rigshospitalet Department of Infectious Diseases. Come and hear about Immunotherapy for cancer by Prof Inge Marie Svane and Big data: ethical implications by Prof Gorm Greisen.
All are welcome!
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New PERSIMUNE publication

Cancer-chemotherapy induced febrile neutropenia: First report from PERSIMUNE on this topic by Nordvig et al, suggesting that the development of febrile neutropenia identifies a subgroup of those treated with persistent vulnerability to contract subsequent serious infections. Read more here

Aagaard et al has developed algorithms able to reliable patients at risk of febrile neutropenia – in press. Future research efforts to better understand the biological mechanisms explaining the vulnerability are required.
 

PhD defence Neval Ete Wareham

Neval Ete Wareham will be defending her ph.d. thesis on "Incidence and Risk of Solid Cancer and Lymphoproliferative Disease after Transplantation" 
5 November 2018 14:00 -17:00 at Rigshospitalet Auditorium 2, Opgang 44 Blegdamsvej 9, 2100 København
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All are welcome!
 

Vacant position at CHIP as programmer/datamanager

We are looking for a full time programmer for international health research projects in CHIP.
Deadline for application 18th October at 12.00.

Read more about the position and apply here
 

PhD defence Isabelle Lodding

Isabelle Lodding will be defending her ph.d. thesis on "Dynamics of Cytomegalovirus Replication and Disease in Solid Organ and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Recipients" 20th September 14:00 -17:00 at Rigshospitalet Auditorium 2, Opgang 44 Blegdamsvej 9, 2100 København
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All are welcome!
 

Immunologic colloquium 19th September 2018

The next PERSIMUNE immunological colloquium will take place 19th September, 15.30 - 16.30
at Department of Infectious Diseases 8632, Library room, 3rd floor.

Agenda

 

Invitation for discussion on the need for clinical research to optimise fopr the next serious infectious disease outbreak

Join us for a session on the need for clinical research to optimise fopr the next serious infectious disease outbreak.
Presentations by Prof. Jens Lundgren, Prof. Cliff Lane and Prof. Jim Neaton and  panel discussion.
29 August 16:00 -17:30 at Holst Auditorium, Maersk Tower
Please find agenda for the event here
 
 

Final results of the PARTNER study

Final results of the PARTNER study presented at the AIDS 2018 conference today.
Read all about the PARTNER study and the results here
 

INTEGRATE Satellite Session: 25 July at AIDS 2018

INTEGRATE Satellite Session 25 August 18:30 -20:30 at AIDS 2018 conference, RAI Amsterdam, Room Forum
HIV and Co-infections in at-risk populations:
Addressing cross-border treatment needs and ensuring earlier diagnosis for migrants, the homeless, prisoners and other vulnerable populations.
Find the full program for the session here
 
 

AIDS 2018 Conference Amsterdam 23 -27 July

This year CHIP will be represented at the AIDS 2018 conference with 1 oral presenation, 5 poster presentaions and take part in 4 symposia.
Find details of all presentations here
 

PARTNER presentation at IAS 2018!

At IAS 2018 the final results from the PARTNER study will be presented on 25th July 11:00 AM. The PARTNER study is the largest & longest study (since 2009) assesing risk of HIV transmission between serodifferent gay couples.

https://www.chip.dk/Studies/PARTNER
 

NEW PERSIMUNE publication

Rapid estimation of severity of new pandemic influenza types is essential to gauge appropriate level of intervention; the some severe the more intense the intervention. During the 2009 pandemic, Mexican authorities reported substantial severity expressed as a high case fatality rate. In this report, prof Lone Simonsen from CHIP/PERSIMUNE at Righospitalet uses data from a global cohort study lead by INSIGHT to estimate this rate, and find that it was 16 fold lower than initial estimates. These observations can be used to more reliable assess severity in next influenza pandemic. Find the full publication here
 

Vacant position at CHIP for Public Health Student

CHIP is looking for a public health student to join the team.
Please find full job description and online application site here
Deadline for application is 25 April.
 

Next Immunologic Colloquim 18 April 2018

The next Immunologic Colloquium will take place 18 April 2018 15.30-16.30 at Rigshospitalet Department of Infectious Diseases.

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