Beginning in 2021, Friday Morning conference will be held from 9:15am-10:15AM each Friday of the academic year. 

UNC CFAR partners with the clinical division of infectious diseases and the Institute for Global Health & Infectious Disease on a weekly conference series featuring distinguished clinicians and scientists from UNC, local universities, and other national and international institutions. The topics are varied and appeal to not only infectious disease specialists, but also professionals in epidemiology, public health, microbiology, biostatistics and other global health-related disciplines. To suggest a speaker, please conference coordinator Dr. Arlene Seña-Soberano or Kathy James.

**The conference is now offered online via Zoom. An email with Zoom link is sent out weekly; sign up here for email notices.

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Upcoming Conference Schedule: 2022-2023

DateTitle or TopicSpeaker
May 5, 2023Spatial epidemiology of swine flu Mike Emch
April 28, 2023HIV PersistenceMary Kearney
April 21, 2023 MTBMiriam Braunstein
April 14, 2023STI/HIV research presentationsT32 trainees
March 31, 2023TDATDA
March 24, 2023Pharmacological evaluation of long-acting formulations for HIV and TBAndrew Owen
March 17, 2023From HIV to COVID and back: COVID-19 vaccines in people living with HIVNigel Garrett
March 10, 2023HIV CureNancie Archin
March 3, 2023CFAR Conference NO CONFERENCE
February 24, 2023M. abscessus & the Susceptible Host: Environment, Pathogenesis, Transmission and Therapeutic ConsiderationsKen Olivier
February 17, 2023HIV CureSarah Joseph/ Guochun Jiang
February 10, 2023Antimicrobial Stewardship and Healthcare EpidemiologyGonzalo Bearman
February 3, 2023Mapping the host genetic determinants of chronic hepatitis C virus infectionTim Sheahan
January 27, 2023Long-acting in-situ forming implants for prevention and treatment of infectious diseasesMartina Kovarova
January 20, 2023HIV care in the US and SoutheastKathleen McManus
January 13, 2023Updates in clinical microbiology and AMR detectionKevin Alby
January 6, 2023The Perfect Predator and innovative phage applicationsStephanie Strathdee