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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Can you cure HIV? HIV isn’t a death sentence anymore. People can live long lives with the virus in their body, as long as they have the right combination of drugs. But some researchers want to take the fight against HIV and AIDS even further... John Frater 02 May 2018
2 Creative Commons HIV positive to positive transplantation: changing practices around the world Dr Elmi Muller talks about HIV positive donors for HIV positive recipients and changing transplant practices around the world. Elmi Muller 09 Aug 2016
3 Creative Commons Tracing the origins of the HIV/AIDS pandemic Nuno Fario (Oxford) investigates the development of HIV since the discovery of its first, and diverse, genomes in 1959 and 1960. A medical anthropology seminar given on 7 March 2016. Nuno Faria 08 Jun 2016
4 Variation across the human genome: a tricky balancing act in human health and disease Genetic variation can have opposing effects on human disease, where the benefits of a protective variant against one disease can increase the risk of another. Mary Carrington 10 Feb 2016
5 Reducing HIV Men who have sex with men (MSM) are a stigmatised group in Africa, but a predominant actor in the transmission of HIV. Eduard Sanders 04 Feb 2016
6 Reducing HIV Men who have sex with men (MSM) are a stigmatised group in Africa, but a predominant actor in the transmission of HIV. Eduard Sanders 04 Feb 2016
7 Creative Commons Eradicating Hepatitis C and HIV: progress and challenges for the next ten years Dr John Frater, Principal Investigator, Institute for Emerging Infections and Dr Ellie Barnes, Principal Investigator, Institute for Emerging Infections. Ellie Barnes, John Frater 17 Feb 2015
8 Creative Commons Ten Types of Arabic Calligraphy; Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the History of HIV; Panel 1: Migrant Communities and Networks, and Social Exclusion in the UK and Europe (The Silent University) Two presentations and the first panel discussion of the Silent University event which took place at the Oxford Department of International Development on 20 May 2014. Behnam al-Agzeer, Mulugeta Fikadu, Bridget Anderson, Carlos Cruz 11 Aug 2014
9 Creative Commons African adventures Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones talks about her research on HIV, first in Oxford then in Africa, in Kenya and in The Gambia. Sarah Rowland-Jones 28 Oct 2013
10 Creative Commons Ethics and infectious disease - navigating the moral maze of pandemic control With Professor Paul Klenerman Principal Investigator, Institute for Emerging Infections. Paul Klenerman, Bennertt Foddy 22 May 2013
11 Creative Commons Towards an HIV vaccine: understanding immunity to HIV infection Sarah Rowland-Jones, Professor of Immunology, gives the 2013 Weatherall Lecture on understanding immunity to HIV infection. Sarah Rowland-Jones 25 Apr 2013
12 Creative Commons Can we eradicate HIV? Dr John Frater talks about his research into finding a cure for HIV. John Frater 12 Dec 2012
13 Creative Commons Can we eradicate HIV? Dr John Frater talks about his research into finding a cure for HIV. Dr John Frater 12 Dec 2012
14 Creative Commons HIV and AIDS - Special lecture for Oxford AIDS Research Day 2012 Mark Heywood reflects on the impact of HIV and AIDS for the 4th Annual HIV / AIDS Student Research day. Mark Heywood 27 Nov 2012
15 Creative Commons HIV Vaccine Development Professor Tomas Hanke tells us about his research on HIV vaccine development. Tomas Hanke 22 May 2012
16 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in China Dr Tao Dong tells us about her collaborations in China on infections such as HIV, flu and Hepatitis B. Tao Dong 06 Mar 2012
17 Creative Commons Infectious diseases in China Dr Tao Dong tells us about her collaborations in China on infections such as HIV, flu and Hepatitis B. Tao Dong 06 Mar 2012
18 Creative Commons How can we live with HIV? Dr Lucy Dorrell tells us how our immune system controls HIV and how we can live with this virus. Lucy Dorrell 10 Jan 2012
19 Creative Commons How can we live with HIV? Dr Lucy Dorrell tells us how our immune system controls HIV and how we can live with this virus. Lucy Dorrell 10 Jan 2012
20 Creative Commons Viruses, how to be the perfect host Professor Paul Klenerman talks about our relationship with persistent viruses, such as Hepatitis C. Paul Klenerman 12 Dec 2011
21 Creative Commons Viruses, how to be the perfect host Professor Paul Klenerman talks about our relationship with persistent viruses, such as Hepatitis C. Paul Klenerman 12 Dec 2011
22 Creative Commons HIV immunology for Vaccine Design Dr Seph Borrow tells us how her research on HIV Immunology helps design better vaccines. Seph Borrow 01 Nov 2011
23 Creative Commons HIV immunology for Vaccine Design Dr Seph Borrow tells us how her research on HIV Immunology helps design better vaccines. Seph Borrow 01 Nov 2011
24 Creative Commons Aiming for a HIV vaccine Professor Sir Andrew McMichael tells us about recent developments in the search for a vaccine against HIV. Andrew McMichael 13 Sep 2011
25 Creative Commons Aiming for a HIV vaccine Professor Sir Andrew McMichael tells us about recent developments in the search for a vaccine against HIV. Andrew McMichael 13 Sep 2011
26 Creative Commons Proteomics and Biomarkers Dr Benedikt Kessler tells us how proteomics helps find biomarkers. Benedikt Kessler 07 Jun 2011
27 Creative Commons Proteomics and Biomarkers Dr Benedikt Kessler tells us how proteomics helps find biomarkers. Benedikt Kessler 07 Jun 2011
28 Creative Commons Iron Metabolism Dr Hal Drakesmith tells us how his work on iron availability can help us fight infections. Hal Drakesmith 15 Mar 2011
29 Creative Commons Iron Metabolism Dr Hal Drakesmith tells us how his work on iron availability can help us fight infections. Hal Drakesmith 15 Mar 2011
30 Creative Commons Sarah Rowland-Jones on HIV/AIDS Conrad Keating interviews Sarah Rowland-Jones, Professor of Immunology and Consultant Physician. The theme of her work is anti-viral immunity with a particular focus on how immune responses modify the outcome of HIV and other viral infections. Sarah Rowland-Jones, Conrad Keating 16 Aug 2010
31 Creative Commons Adrian Hill on Vaccination Research Interview with Professor Adrian Hill, Director of the Jenner Institute for Vaccine Research in which he and student Richard Morton talk about the history of the Jenner Institute and the work currently being done to find TB, HIV and Malaria vaccines. Adrian Hill, Richard Morton 18 Feb 2010
32 Technological innovations: Perspectives on medical innovation in Less Industrialised Countries Technological innovations can bring health benefits to many people in Less Industrialised Countries. How do you find the right organisations to partner with? Adam Stoten, Matthew Harris 07 Dec 2009
33 Creative Commons HIV: Will there ever be a vaccine? A talk about the University's work in China and Africa and its attempts to identify the key determinants of protective immunology against HIV infection that should guide future vaccine design. Sarah Rowland-Jones 10 Nov 2009
34 Creative Commons HIV: Will there ever be a vaccine? This talk looks at the University's work in China and Africa and its attempts to identify the key determinants of protective immunology against HIV infection that should guide future vaccine design. Sarah Rowland-Jones 28 Oct 2009