The MIBRC Digestive Disease Summer Research Program includes twice-weekly courses taught by faculty instructors along with student presenters.

The schedule for the 2018 Summer Biomedical Course in Immunity, Microbes and the Mucosa, part of the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children's Summer Research Program in Digestive Disease, was:

6/12/18 Bryan Hurley, PhD Course/Program Introduction
6/15/18 Bobby Cherayil, MD Immunology
6/18/18 Nitya Jain, PhD Mucosal Immunology
6/22/18 Christina Faherty, PhD Infectious Diseases

Michelle Wang and
Hongmei Mou, PhD

Mucosal Surfaces
6/29/18 Frida Gorreja and Tian Lin, PhD Inflammation
7/2/18 Angelica Rose Galvan and
Lael Yonker, MD
Innate Immunity - Neutrophils
7/6/18  Daniel Huynh and James Moon, PhD Adaptive Immunity in the Gut
7/9/18  Jessica Ding and Di Meng, MD, PhD  Microbiota in Health & Disease
7/13/18 Nancy Esther Figuereo and
Stefania Senger, PhD
Intestinal Stem Cell Biology
7/16/18 Navin Jayaswal and Tian Lin, PhD Host-Pathogen Interactions
7/20/18 Purva Patel and
Christina Faherty, PhD
Enteric Bacterial Pathogens
7/23/18 Sarah Kohl and Di Meng, MD, PhD Vesicle & Protein Trafficking in Cells
7/27/18 Jessica Ding Independent Research Project Presentation
7/30/18 Shravya Sakunala and
David Gregory, PhD
Intracellular Pathogens
8/3/18 Olivia Mosto and Cheinwen Su, PhD Intestinal Parasites
8/6/18 Jennifer Ihedioha and
Lael Yonker, MD
 Lipid Mediators of Inflammation and Immunity
8/10/18 Jacob Vieira and Bobby Cherayil, MD Innate Immune Cell Function
8/13/18 Roza Wineh and Hongmei Mou, PhD Mucosal Inflammatory Disease - Cystic Fibrosis
8/17/18 All Participants MGHfC Summer Student Research Symposium