Abstracts and Presentations

Abstracts:

Can changes in cognition be quantified with a few questions? An application of modern test theory. Canadian Association for HIV Research Annual Meeting, Vancouver, April 2013.

Can we accurately quantify change in cognition during a clinical encounter? Platform presentation, Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS, St Johns’, NF May 2014.

Rasch analysis of performance based cognitive measures in two distinct medical diseases, MS and HIV. Neuroinflammation Meeting, Montreal, 2014. (Prize for best poster)

Rasch analysis of performance based cognitive measures in two distinct medical diseases, MS and HIV. Joint ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS Meeting, Boston, USA, Sept. 2014.

Quantifying Cognition in HIV by Combining Patient Report and Neuropsychological Testing Using Rasch Analysis: The Shoe Fits. Platform presentation, ISOQOL Annual Meeting, Berlin, October 2014.

Predictors of neurocognitive decline among aviremic individuals in the CHARTER cohort. CROI 2015, Seattle, February 2015

Predictors of neurocognitive decline in aviremic HIV+ patients. Canadian Association for HIV Research Annual Meeting, Toronto, April 2015.

Development of an item bank reflecting cognitive concerns expressed by people with HIV. Canadian Association for HIV Research Annual Meeting, Toronto, April 2015.

Preliminary data from the Brain Health in HIV Now Cohort. Canadian Association for HIV Research Annual Meeting, Toronto, April 2015.

Self reports of cognitive symptoms relate to performance on cognitive tasks and can contribute to measurement of cognitive ability in HIV. NeuroHIV 2015: Sixth International Meeting on HIV Infection of the Central Nervous System, Matera, Italy, October 2015.

A novel metric of cognitive ability that can align neuropsychological tests over time and across studies: validation in charter data. NeuroHIV 2015: Sixth International Meeting on HIV Infection of the Central Nervous System, Matera, Italy, October 2015.

Presentations

Drivers of Quality of Life in 700 HIV+ Men. NE Mayo, MJ Brouillette, LK Fellows. CAHR 2017, April 2017.

Longitudinal Assessment of Regionally-Specific Brain Volumes in Treated HIV+ Patients. R Sanford, LK Fellows, DL Collins, BM Ances. CROI 2017. February 2017.

Brain Health in HIV: A model for translational cognitive neuroscience. LK Fellows, Cognition and Circuits Lecture Series, Montreal Neurological Institute, April 2015.

Overview of the Positive Brain Health Now study. M-J Brouillette and LK Fellows. Seminar series, Chronic Viral Illness Service, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, May 2015.

Positive Brain Health Now: An Early Peek at the Data. N Mayo and M-J Brouillette. Seminar series, Chronic Viral Illness Service, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, May 2015.

Study Overview and Progress Update. L K Fellows. Full Study Team Meeting, Toronto, April 2015.

An Early Peek at the Data. N Mayo, Full Study Team Meeting, Toronto, April 2015.

Development of an Item-Pool Reflecting Cognitive Concerns Expressed by People with HIV. N Mayo, Full Study Team Meeting, Toronto, April 2015.

Quantifying Cognition in HIV by Combining Patient Report and Neuropsychological Testing Using Rasch Analysis: The Shoe Fits. Platform presentation, ISOQOL Annual Meeting, Berlin, October 2014

Setting the stage for better diagnosis and treatment of cognitive impairment: the Brain Health Now project Seminar series, Chronic Viral Illness Service, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, October 2013.