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International Tampere Celiac Disease Symposium – Measuring Treatment Outcomes

The University of Tampere School of Medicine warmly welcomes medical professionals to attend the international Tampere Celiac Disease Symposium – Measuring Treatment Outcome at Tampere November 25th, 2016. Novel therapeutic approaches for celiac disease are at our doorsteps and this scientific meeting will focus on ways to measure clinically significant gluten-sensitive readouts in celiac disease and in clinical drug/device/vaccine trials. In addition, the second Maki Celiac Disease Tampere Prize (€ 15,000) for significant contribution to the fields of Celiac Diseases and Gluten-induced Disease Entities is awarded at the symposium. The meeting takes place parallel to the Gluten-free Life Expo 2016 organized by the Finnish Celiac Society.

When: Thursday, November 24 to Saturday, November 26, 2016

Where: Tampere Hall, Tampere, Finland

Click here to visit the Symposium website.

Learn more about the Maki Celiac Disease Tampere Prize, the conference and agenda through the PDF documents below.

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Maki Celiac Disease Tampere Prize Information


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Conference Agenda


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Additional Information and Deadlines


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