XIX International AIDS Conference


MOSA29 Global Cohort Collaborations and the Role of Extremely Large Datasets in HIV/AIDS and Other Diseases. The Potential, the Challenges, the Future Opportunities
  Non-Commercial Satellite
Venue: Mini Room 9
Time: 23.07.2012, 18:30 - 20:30
Co-Chairs: Veronica Miller, United States
Charles B. Holmes, United States
Organiser: International Epidemiologic Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA) and EuroCoord (Enhancing Clinical and Epidemiological HIV Research in Europe through Cohort Collaboration)
 
 
This satellite is to demonstrate the role of large data collaborations in public health research. Through thoughtful global collaborations, data driven approaches to care can be developed and evaluated in diverse settings and across diverse populations. This program is intended to bring forward the opportunities, but to also clearly demonstrate the challenges of these large datasets. Internationally recognized clinicians, statisticians and epidemiologists will address this theme in a manner which is accessible and intended to foster cross-discipline discussion.

18:30

Powerpoint
Introductions


V. Miller, United States

18:35
Good Models Need Great Data


T. Hallet, United Kingdom

18:55

Powerpoint
Creating, Visualizing and Disseminating Large Data Sets: The AIDSVu Experience


P. Sullivan, United States

19:05

Powerpoint
Novel methods: Causal questions and new tools for answering them


M. Petersen, United States

19:15
HIV Collaboration Data Exchange Protocol (HICDEP): enabling, simplifying and accelerating HIV-1 epidemiological research


J. Kjaer, Denmark

19:25
Capturing long-term global pediatric HIV outcomes through a cohort-of-cohorts approach


A. Sohn, Vietnam

19:35

Powerpoint
The "rare" patient


J. Del Amo, Spain

19:45
Using big data to generate big impact: a consumer's perspective


L. Stabinski, United States

19:55
Question and Answer Period



Powerpoints presentations
Introductions - Veronica Miller

Creating, Visualizing and Disseminating Large Data Sets: The AIDSVu Experience - Patrick Sullivan

Novel methods: Causal questions and new tools for answering them - Maya Petersen

The "rare" patient - Julia Del Amo



   

    The organizers reserve the right to amend the programme.


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