Patrick Arbuthnot delivered the 11TH JAMES HS GEAR MEMORIAL LECTURE, entitled ADVANCING GENE THERAPY TO COUNTER THE GLOBAL IMPACT OF INFECTION WITH HEPATITIS B VIRUS hosted by the Poliomyelitis Research Foundation on Monday, 14 November 2016.
Arbuthnot is a Personal Professor and the Director of the Wits/SAMRC Antiviral Gene Therapy Research Unit in the School of Pathology, Faculty of Health Continue reading
On the 16th November 2015, the 10th James HS Memorial Lecture entitled HIV Cure: A formidable challenge was delivered by Prof Caroline T Tiemessen. This event is held annually at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases and is hosted by the Poliomyelitis Research Foundation of South Africa. The public lecture addressed the following: (i) the characteristics that make HIV such a successful pathogen, (ii) why current therapies cannot cure HIV, (iii) Continue reading