• The Society for the Study of Celiac Disease is a dynamic alliance of healthcare professionals dedicated to advancing treatment for celiac disease and driving innovative solutions forward to improve patient quality of life. 

Latest News and Upcoming Events

Members Only Webinar: Hot Topics from Digestive Disease Week 2024
Wednesday, June 12, 8:00 PM EST

This event will feature leading experts from the SSCD Education Committee discussing groundbreaking research, steps towards treatments, and emerging trends in celiac disease and related digestive disorders. Gain valuable insights, ask questions, and connect with professionals dedicated to advancing the understanding and management of celiac disease. Register Here

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New SSCD Vaccination Recommendations Include a Few Caveats

The Society for the Study of Celiac Disease (SSCD) emphasizes the importance of vaccinations for the general population, and in particular, for those with celiac disease. Specifically, they have responded to common concerns voiced by clinicians and their patients in the celiac disease community with updated recommendations. Read the new recommendations here

NASPGHAN Foundation/Celiac Disease Foundation Celiac Research Young Investigator Award

The Celiac Disease Young Investigator Award is designed to support promising researchers in the early stages of their career, fostering their potential to contribute significantly to independent basic, translational, or clinical research in pediatric celiac disease. Open to NASPGHAN members no more than five years from fellowship completion who hold a full-time faculty position, $150,000 over 2 years. Submission Deadline: July 1, 2024. Learn More

Abstract Submission Closes June 16 for ICDS Sheffield 5-7 September, 2024


The International Celiac Disease Symposium will take place in Sheffield UK, 5-7 September, 2024. Registration is open and abstract submission has been extended until June 16. Visit ICDS 2024.

Celiac Disease Foundation-SSCD Improving Health Equity in Celiac Disease Through Disparities Research Grant Award

The Improving Health Equity in Celiac Disease Through Disparities Research award supports research initiatives aimed at understanding the cultural, socioeconomic, and systemic factors that impact celiac disease awareness, diagnosis and management - including adherence to a gluten-free diet - and increasing representation of underserved populations in clinical trials. Open to SSCD members, individual projects requesting up to $100,000 USD over a maximum of two years will be considered. Application Deadline: August 20, 2024


SSCD Statement on the Effectiveness of Gluten-Detection Dogs for Patients with Celiac Disease

The Society for the Study of Celiac Disease is committed to supporting medical practitioners in providing the highest quality of care and support to individuals diagnosed with celiac disease. There has been an increasing interest in the use of gluten-sniffing dogs to assist individuals with celiac disease in detecting gluten in food. After careful consideration and consultation with experts in the field, at this time, the Society for the Study of Celiac Disease does not recommend the use of gluten-sniffing dogs as a reliable method for detecting gluten in food products for people with celiac disease.

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