Meet Janelle Smith, UCLA-educated Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and member of CDF’s Allied Health Committee. Janelle specializes in gastrointestinal symptom management through appropriate nutrition and food choices, helping you adapt to living on a gluten-free diet. As CDF’s resource to help our community live gluten-free, she is here to provide tips and tricks for Back to School, […]
In keeping with our mission to advance research by leveraging technology, Celiac Disease Foundation is pleased to announce the February launch of iCureCeliac, a patient-powered research network (PPRN). At iCureCeliac, people living with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity can help facilitate new treatments and a cure by safely and securely contributing their health information online. Patients will also be […]
The UCDR allows users to report online the patient experience of living with celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders in order to further accelerate research into treatments and a cure. Be the first to share your skills to accelerate a cure for celiac disease. Contact email@example.com to request an invitation and receive a CDF Team […]
Celiac Disease Foundation has announced that it has partnered with the North American Society for the Study of Celiac Disease (NASSCD) to award a three-year, $150,000 grant to support young investigator research in celiac disease. This grant, which will begin with awards in 2016, will focus on finding cause and treatment for celiac disease sufferers.
Celiac Disease Foundation was selected in December 2014 to participate in PCORnet, the national resource designed to harness the power of partnerships and health data to allow researchers to conduct clinical research faster, more efficiently, and less expensively than is possible now. There is a 30 day period for our medical and research communities to […]
This month’s Delight Hero, Marilyn Geller has used her public health advocacy and software expertise to lead the way in celiac advocacy, research and education. As a mother to a son with celiac disease, this advocacy has become her lifelong mission.
September 30, 2015 Washington, DC – Representatives Tim Ryan (OH-13) and Nita Lowey (NY-17) introduce the Gluten in Medicine Identification Act, which makes it easier to identify gluten in pharmaceutical products. This legislation requires drugs intended for humans use labels contain a statement identifying the source of any ingredient constituting or derived from a grain […]