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Alvine Pharmaceuticals Seeking Participants for Phase 2 Patient-Reported Outcome Study

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Update 8/29/2012 - New site added! Study will be conducted across multiple centers in the U.S.

Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study!

The study center is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease.

Researchers are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.

Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to the study center 5 times during the study. Participants will be compensated for their time.

This study is being sponsored by Alvine Pharmaceuticals.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Boston, MA
Joshua Hansen
617-667-8397
[email protected]

University of Colorado Denver
Aurora, CO
Brittany Siller (Study Coordinator)
303-724-1862
[email protected]

Just added!

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA
Angela Gordon (Study Coordinator)
215-955-7979
[email protected]

Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease Unit
Cleveland, OH
Louise Kincade (Study Coordinator)
216-445-0953
[email protected]

Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University
New York, NY
Maria Teresa Minaya (Study Coordinator)
[email protected]

 

Stay tuned - More study centers will be added soon.

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