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The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is constantly working to raise awareness and diagnosis rates nationwide and to meet the critical needs of people affected by celiac disease through awareness, education, and research.

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The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center research team, led by Dr. Bana Jabri, recently made groundbreaking discoveries about the role of inflammation in response to retinoic acid in celiac patients. Read an abstract

Dr. Jabri and her team continue to work to understand celiac disease at the cellular level, in hopes of developing new therapies for treatment and a cure for the disease.

In addition to its own research, The Celiac Disease Center contributes to many multicenter studies and collaborates with some of the best research teams in the world. For more information about current studies, please contact our research study coordinator, NurAlima Grandison, at ngrandis@peds.bsd.uchicago.edu.

News items of interest

Human and mouse studies sharpen focus on cause of celiac disease

Abstract from groundbreaking research about the role of inflammation in response to retinoic acid in patients with celiac disease