10th Symposium

26/27 May 2017

Practical focus on the diagnosis and treatment of the psychiatric and neuropsychological aspects of HIV-infected patients.

Jose A. Muñoz-Moreno, Ph.D.

Lluita contra la SIDA Foundation. Barcelona, Spain.

Measuring cognitive changes in HIV infection: Size really matters.

Ignacio Pérez-Valero, M.D., Ph.D.

Hospital Universitario Reina Sofia. Córdoba, Spain

Pros and Cos of antiretroviral treatment on CNS.

Alan Winston, M.D.

St. Mary’s Hospital. London, United Kingdom

Integrase inhibitors and the brain.

Johannes Schröder, Ph. D.

Section of Geriatric Psychiatry. University of Heidelberg. Germany.

Neurological soft signs in HIV associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND): an easy clinical examination for screening and early recognition.

Andrea Calcagno, M.D., DTM&H

University of Torino, Italy

Pharmacokinetic issues and CNS in HIV-infected patients.

Paola Cinque, M.D.

Hospital San Rafael. Milan, Italy

Hot topics on CNS and HIV (most relevant presentations in conferences or articles published recently).

Scott Letendre, M.D.

University of California. San Diego, USA

Summary of the Symposium and discussion.

Practical training on diagnosis and management of clinical CNS problems in HIV-infected patients

Diagnosis and screening - Prevention and treatment of neurocognitive impairment in HIV-infected patients.

Oral Communications. Session 1

Oral Communications. Session 2

Risk behavior, effect on HIV-infection and neuropsychiatric