CSIS HIV/AIDS Task Force Final Conference
Welcome: John J. Hamre, President and CEO, CSIS
Introduction: J. Stephen Morrison, Executive Director, CSIS Task Force on HIV/AIDS
Senator Sam Brownback, United States Senate
(i) Reflections on the major U.S. accomplishments on HIV/AIDS and global health in this decade, what factors brought about this surprising set of achievements, and what lessons are to be drawn.
Ambassador Mark Dybul
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator
(ii) How to build upon these accomplishments to craft a long-term, integrated vision for U.S. leadership on global health. As part of that, how to strengthen U.S. health diplomacy and enlarge the pool of American champions of global health.
Dr. Helene D. Gayle
President and CEO, CARE USA
Senator Sherrod Brown, United States Senate
Senator John F. Kerry, United States Senate
(iii) What new technological changes – vaccines, therapies, diagnostics – are on the horizon that will change the future environment for progress.
Dr. Anthony Fauci
Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Senator Russell D. Feingold, United States Senate