The MIBRC Digestive Disease Summer Research Program includes twice-weekly courses taught by faculty instructors along with student presenters. See the class of 2020.

The schedule for the 2020 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:

Date Presenter Instructor Topic
6/8/20 Bryan Hurley Program Orientation/Course Introduction
6/10/20 Bobby Cherayil Immunology
6/15/20 Christina Faherty Infectious Diseases
6/17/20 Nitya Jain Mucosal Immunology
6/22/20 Gholamali (Ali) Jafari Mucosal Biology: Development of Epithelial Polarity 
6/24/20 Marcy Kingsbury Gut-Brain Axis: Microbiota & the Nervous System
6/29/20 Daniel Irimia Microscale Tools for Neutrophil Discovery
7/1/20 Andrew Di Vesicle & Protein Trafficking in Cells
7/6/20 no class scheduled
7/8/20 Isha Xingbin Pulmonary neuroendocrine cells in infant airway diseases
7/13/20 Jason Hongmei Airway basal cells, differentiation and remodeling
7/15/20 Lu Yao Jim Adaptive Immunity in the Gut
7/20/20 Mahmoud Liakot Model Organisms for the Study of the Digestive Tract
7/22/20 All Participants Career Advisory Panel Discussion
7/27/20 no class scheduled
7/29/20 Emmanuel Stefania Intestinal Stem Cell Biology
8/3/20 Maisie David Host response to intracellular infections
8/5/20 Aditi Chienwen Intestinal Microbiota in Health & Disease
8/10/20 no class scheduled
8/12/20 Hannah Haining Intestinal Parasites and Immune Responses
8/14/20 All Participants MGHfC Summer Student Research Symposium

Past Courses: