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Mirroring the academic grand rounds programs, these CME programs combine traditional academic grand rounds with the innovation and convenience of telemedicine. This weekly webinar program, broadcast from the Perelman School of Medicine, and delivered by top experts in the field, covers a wide range of topics involved with the clinical care of patients with HIV/AIDS.

The one-hour presentations will be designed to be immediately relevant to practicing HIV clinicians and many will be case-based. The final 10 minutes of each one-hour program will consist of a live question and answer period with the presenting faculty member available to answer questions asked by participants who attend in person or via the Internet. These weekly grand rounds programs are intended to provide clinicians with convenient and easily accessible knowledge and clinical skills they need to provide the best medical care for their HIV-positive patients.

HIV Grand Rounds is jointly sponsored by Viral Ed, LLC. and Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower and co-sponsored with the Perelman School of Medicine. This program is supported by educational grants from Gilead Sciences Medical Affairs and ViiV Healthcare. You may contact Rick Gordon by email at for additional assistance with the program.

For more information visit Viral Ed HIV Grand Rounds or the Perelman School of Medicine CME - HIV Grand Rounds Series

Upcoming Seminars


Thursday, February 16th at 1:30 pm in 501 Johnson Pavilion

The following article will be presented by Anya Bauer:

Nature.2016 May 5;533(7601):105-9. doi: 10.1038/nature17677. Epub 2016 Apr 27.

A single injection of anti-HIV-1 antibodies protects against repeated SHIV challenges.

Gautam R1,Nishimura Y1,Pegu A2,Nason MC3,Klein F4,5,6,Gazumyan A4,Golijanin J4,Buckler-White A1,Sadjadpour R1,Wang K2,Mankoff Z2,Schmidt SD2,Lifson JD7,Mascola JR2,Nussenzweig MC4,8,Martin MA1.

Links to the article: A single injection of anti-HIV-1 antibodies protects against repeated SHIV challenges. - PubMed - NCBI

Past Seminars

Twenty-four hours after the live broadcast, each live CME-certified session will be available for on-demand viewing and CME credit for one year. To access these broadcasts, please goto the links below and follow the instructions on ViralEd's website.

To view these past seminars sortable by topic or presenter, visit the HIV Grand Rounds On-Demand Programs.