Each summer, the Center for the Study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease offers a course for CSIBD members as well as their staff and trainees. Registration is now open for the 2019 course, "Current Techniques in Molecular Genetics."

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
O'Keefe Auditorium
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

Gene discovery

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