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Posts by Stefania Senger, PhD


Stefania Senger, PhD, is a developmental biologist at MGH and instructor in pediatrics at Harvard School of Medicine. Her research focuses on intestinal stem cell modulation in non-pathological and pathological settings including interactions with microbiota and pathogens, as well as in celiac disease. Dr. Senger, who received her PhD in genetics from Federico II University of Naples, makes use of novel model systems (organoids) generated from human and mouse intestinal primary cells.

Digestive Healthcare at Mass General

The Massachusetts General Hospital Digestive Healthcare Center is a collaborative practice of gastroenterologists, endoscopists, surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, hepatologists, oncologists and radiation oncologists dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of digestive diseases.