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Joint NIMH Center Seminar Series

The Joint NIMH Center Seminar Series is presented weekly by NIMH's Administrative Core.

The seminar series is on Wednesdays at 12:30 PM ET.

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Past Seminars

Watch recordings of past seminars below:

2023 Series

Neutral sphingomyelinase 2 regulates the late stages of HIV assembly and maturation

“Multimodal MRI evidence of frontostriatal alterations in HIV and aging” and “Cerebrospinal fluid virome in ART-treated adult people living with HIV”

Establishing iPSC derived models to study HIV latency and microglia phenotypes

Why do white matter dysfunction and myelin loss persist in HIV+ individuals despite effective antiretroviral therapy?

  • Date: 2/1/23
  • Presenter: Judith Grinspan
  • Recording link
  • Passcode: 67!Ek&f^

“Neurologic post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 preliminary findings and directions for future research” and "Single Copy HIV and Neurodegeneration, Oxidative Stress, and Neuroinflammation"

  • Date: 2/8/23
  • Presenters: Lindsay McAlpine and Albert Anderson
  • Recording link
  • Passcode: W+69g!Yh

Lipocalin-2: An Acute Phase Protein Mediating HIV-1 Induced Neuronal Injury

  • Date: 2/15/23
  • Presenter: Marcus Kaul
  • Recording link
  • Passcode: jcVw3*+3

Human microglia phenotypes in the brain associated with HIV infection

  • Date: 3/1/23
  • Presenter: Johannes Schlachetzki
  • Recording link
  • Passcode: Y6Zx8e+6

2022 Series

Progressive Neurocognitive Impairments and Neuronal Injury Resulting From Chronic HIV-1 Viral Protein Exposure

The Self-Serving Side of Astrocytes: It’s All About ME!

Choices in HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: Today, Tomorrow, and Over-the-Horizon

Mitochondrial Alterations in HIV- and ART-Associated Neurotoxicity

Lysosomal De-acidification by the Antiretroviral Bictegravir Inhibits Oligodendrocyte Maturation

Lentiviral infections persist in brain despite effective antiretroviral therapy and neuroimmune activation

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