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AIDS Vaccine 2010

Earlier today, AIDS Vaccine 2010 came to a close in Atlanta. The feeling of optimism that has been palpable in the field over the past year was sustained through the four-day meeting and many new, incremental scientific advances were reported.

Although researchers at AIDS Vaccine 2010 in Atlanta gathered at the Georgia Aquarium last night, it seems they've been on a fishing expedition for quite some time. Fishing for antibodies, that is.

Last night the more than 1,000 delegates attending AIDS Vaccine 2010 in Atlanta piled into the city’s aquarium, reportedly the world’s largest, for dinner, drinks, and yes, even dancing. I’m happy to report they didn’t serve fish.

Although researchers at AIDS Vaccine 2010 in Atlanta gathered at the Georgia Aquarium last night, it seems they've been on a fishing expedition for quite some time. Fishing for antibodies, that is.

Today, the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise, one of the co-organizers of the AIDS Vaccine 2010 conference, convened a special session to discuss their new scientific strategic plan, which outlines the anticipated challenges and opportunities in AIDS vaccine research over the next five years (Nature Medicine 16, 981, 2010).