The MIBRC Digestive Disease Summer Research Program includes twice-weekly courses taught by faculty instructors along with student presenters. See the class of 2019.

The schedule for the 2019 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:

6/11/19 Bryan Hurley, PhD Program Orientation / Course Introduction
6/14/19 Bobby Cherayil, MD Immunology
6/21/19 Nitya Jain, PhD Mucosal Immunology
6/24/19 Kelvin Li and Stefania Senger, PhD Intestinal Stem Cell Biology

Christina Faherty, PhD

Infectious Diseases
7/1/19 Marcy Kingsbury, PhD Gut-Brain Axis: Microbiota & the Nervous System
7/8/19 Frances Kiles and Hai Ning Shi DVM, PhD Microbiota in Health & Disease
7/12/19 Kayla Lentz and David Gregory, PhD   Intracellular Pathogens 
7/15/19 Nicholas Steudel and Hongmei Mou, PhD Tuft Cells - Sensing the Mucosal Environment
7/19/19 Samira Ibrahim and James Moon, PhD Adaptive Immunity in the Gut
7/22/19 Kevin Chen and Di Meng, MD, PhD Vesicle & Protein Trafficking in Cells 
7/26/19 Ishan Bhatia and Tian Lin, PhD Inflammation
7/29/19 Emily Hill and David Gregory, PhD   Host Response Mechanisms
8/2/19 Brittany Davis and Cheinwen Su, PhD Intestinal Parasites
8/5/19 Jonathan Contreras and Lael Yonker, MD Lipid Mediators of Inflammation and Immunity
8/9/19 Isha Mehrotra and Bobby Cherayil, MD Innate Immune Cell Function
8/16/19 All Participants MGHfC Summer Student Research Symposium

Past Courses: