Celiac Disease Research News

Every day, researchers are working to get a better understanding of celiac disease and its various presentations. Ongoing research is also exploring potential drug treatments for celiac disease.

Note: Prior to December 2015, Beyond Celiac was known as the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Learn more about the name change here.


New Research Study for Refractory Celiac Disease Looking for Participants

A research study is testing an investigational medication called AMG 714 for people with refractory celiac disease type II.

Avalon Ventures and COI Pharmaceuticals Announce First Milestones for Sitari Pharmaceuticals and Silarus Therapeutics and Formation of Eighth Company

Under the expanded collaboration between Avalon Ventures and GSK, eighth company, PDI Therapeutics, is launched to develop novel immuno-oncology therapies.

Celimmune Commences First-Ever Dosing with AMG 714 in Celiac Disease

A new clinical trial for celiac disease is underway.

Share Your Concerns about Arsenic in Rice

Researchers are looking for feedback from the celiac disease community on their concerns around arsenic in rice. 

Celimmune Commences Screening in Phase 2 Clinical Study in Refractory Celiac Disease Type II

Multinational study to evaluate the potential of Anti-IL-15 antibody, AMG 714, to treat rare in situ small bowel T cell ymphoma.

ImmunogenX Acquires the Assets of Alvine Pharmaceuticals

Glutenase for in-vivo gluten degradation is a leading candidate for celiac disease

Innovate Biopharmaceuticals Completes License For Late-Stage Celiac Disease Asset From Alba Therapeutics

Promising compound to begin phase 3 clinical trials for treatment of celiac disease. 

Survey: Would You Use a Test Designed to Detect Gluten Exposure?

An anonymous survey wants to gain insights and opinions from the celiac disease community on how researchers can help improve disease management.

Brain Fog Study: Do You Have Celiac Disease? Are You on a Gluten-Free Diet?

The Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is conducting a research study on "brain fog." 

Do You Have Gastrointestinal Symptoms?

The Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is conducting a study for people who still have stomach symptoms.

Survey: The Effects of the Gluten-Free Fad Diet on Adults with Celiac Disease

A survey is being conducted on the effects of the gluten-free fad diet. 

Takeda and Cour Partner to Develop Novel Therapies for Celiac Disease and Other Gastrointestinal Diseases

The following press release explains a new partnership that is looking to develop a pharmaceutical treatment for celiac disease.

Gluten Introduction to Infant Feeding and Risk of Celiac Disease: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Several studies have been conducted to examine a possible connection between the time of gluten introduction to infants and the risk of developing celiac disease.

No Increased Dementia Risk Found in Diagnosed Celiac Patients

Investigators at the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University have found that, despite cognitive effects reported by celiac disease patients, there is no increased risk for dementia before or after a celiac disease diagnosis.

Does Your Child Still Experience Celiac Disease Symptoms?

Researchers are seeking children and adolescents with celiac disease to participate in a research study that involves a one-time, in-person interview.

Q&A with Researcher: Simplified Diagnosis of Celiac Disease

Researchers at the University of Oslo have developed a blood test that provides a rapid, painless and easier celiac disease diagnosis – even for those already on a gluten-free diet

Q&A with Researcher: Zeroing in on Main Cause of Celiac Disease

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) recently covered a study that is exploring the main cause behind celiac disease.

Researchers Are Zeroing in on Main Cause of Celiac Disease

The origins of celiac disease have remained a mystery, but today researchers are making progress on what may cause this condition to develop.

Celiac Disease Increases Risk for Pneumonia

People with celiac disease have an increased risk for developing pneumonia, particularly in their first year after diagnosis.

Early-Life Infections May Be a Risk Factor for Celiac Disease in Childhood

According to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, children who have frequent infections in their first 18 months of life have an increased risk of later developing celiac disease.‚Äč

Self-Compassion and Psychosocial Coping Among Adults with Celiac Disease

A recent study examined the hypothesis that a person would better cope with celiac disease if they practiced self-compassion and, as a result, would experience an improved quality of life and be more adherent with the gluten-free diet.

Journal Gastroenterology Publishes Research Indicating Nearly Identical Response to Gluten in Most Children and Adults with Celiac Disease

Research to inform therapeutic and diagnostic development for patients of all ages

ESPGHAN Criteria for Celiac Disease Diagnoses: What Is It and What Are Some Drawbacks?

Research examines celiac disease diagnosis recommendations.

Are Enzymes Safe for the Celiac Disease Community? Researchers Set the Record Straight

Experts Joseph A. Murray, MD, Mayo Clinic and Daniel A. Leffler, MD, MS, BIDMC weigh in on the misconceptions that enzymes can treat or aid in managing celiac disease.

Q&A with Researcher: New Urine Test Shows If Gluten Has Been Ingested by People with Celiac Disease

To get more information on this groundbreaking study, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) got in touch with Angel Cebolla, PhD, CEO of Biomedal S.L. (ACR).

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