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Each summer, the Center for the Study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease offers a Current Techniques in Molecular Genetics course for CSIBD members as well as their staff and trainees.
30th Annual Summer Course
Monday July 20 through Friday July 31
Current Techniques in Molecular Genetics 2020
Below is the program for the 2019 course.
29th Annual Summer Course:
Current Techniques in Molecular Genetics 2019
Monday, July 15 through Friday, July 26
Massachusetts General Hospital, Main Campus, 55 Fruit Street
Hans-Christian Reinecker, Course Director
Dietary control of stem cells in physiology and disease
|Omer Yilmaz||Monday, July 15||8:30 am|
Gut-liver-brain physiomimetics for the multimic studies of acute and chronic inflammation
|Martin Trapecar||Monday, July 15||9:30 am|
Single-cell genomic approaches for understanding human barrier tissue dysfunction
|Jose Ordovas-Montanes||Wednesday, July 17||8:30 am|
Detection of protein expression by immnocytochemistry
|Sylvie Breton||Wednesday, July 17||9:30 am|
|Mark Daly||Friday, July 19||8:30 am|
Understanding human health and disease at the single-cell level
|Orr Ashenberg||Friday, July 19||9:30 am|
Improving efficiency of CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing in mice
|Lin Wu||Monday, July 22||8:30 am|
Structure, function and detection of noncoding RNAs
|Alan Mullen||Monday, July 22||9:30 am|
Advances in CRISPR genome editing for the modeling and treatment of disease
|Benjamin Kleinstiver||Wednesday, July 24||8:30 am|
Epigenetics 101: Basic theory and lab techniques
|Kate Jeffrey||Wednesday, July 24||9:30 am|
Multi'omics for the human microbiome
|Curtis Huttenhower||Friday, July 26||8:30 am|
Towards the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease via rational manipulation of the gut microbiome
|Brantley Hall||Friday, July 26||9:30 am|
- Jan | 26 | 2022
Alex Butler, RN, has worked in the operating rooms of the MGH for more than 10 years – first as a technician and now as a nurse. When he was younger, though, he dreamed of becoming a writer. And while his career ultimately led him to nursing, he never let go of his passion for writing.
- Jan | 21 | 2022
The past two years have brought with them heightened feelings of confusion, uncertainty and loneliness for many people.
- Press Release
- Jan | 19 | 2022
Women and men physicians participate differently in academic settings, potentially contributing to gender biases in evaluations that disadvantage women.
Large, in-person classes are associated with greater disparities in participation than smaller and virtual classes.
- Press Release
- Jan | 10 | 2022
Statement from Mass General on COVID-19 information attributed to Edward Ryan, MD.
- Press Release
- Jan | 6 | 2022
MGH Neuroendovascular program reports real-world results on the use of a new device to treat brain aneurysms
In an international study of patients with brain aneurysms (balloon-like bulges in weakened blood vessels), the Woven EndoBridge device had a favorable efficacy and safety profile.