About The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is an international center of excellence providing comprehensive patient and professional education, expert diagnosis and treatment for both children and adults, groundbreaking bench and clinical research, and active leadership in advocacy efforts. The Celiac Disease Center is part of the University of Chicago, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. To learn more, click on any box below. To donate, please click Donate Now above.
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is largely meant to combat the misconception that celiac disease is rare. The Celiac Disease Center serves to properly educate the general public and the medical profession.
The University of Chicago is fortunate to have world-renowned celiac disease experts leading the organization.
Friends of The Celiac Center
Friends of The Celiac Center are made up of a passionate group of individuals who have committed time and talent to The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center. Friends of The Celiac Center have raised $2,500 or more per calendar year for our Center.
Watch videos to find out more about celiac disease and what The Celiac Disease Center does.
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, completely funded from private donations, is working to establish a
Our corporate partners and sponsors help make it financially possible to help celiac disease patients and perform research to discover a cure.
Request an interview or speaking engagement with Stefano Guandalini, MD, the founder and medical director of The Celiac Disease Center, or any of our other experts.
Pioneer Programs help to raise awareness and funds, including the Care Package Program, the Preceptorship Program, and others.
Whether you are a researcher or clinician or someone living with celiac disease, you’re sure to find an event of interest.