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.
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 Now Open for ICDS Sheffield 5-7 September, 2024
The International Celiac Disease Symposium will take place in Sheffield UK, 5-7 September, 2024. Abstract submission is now OPEN. To submit an abstract please visit theonline platform.
The event website for delegate registration will be available soon.
Abstract submission guidelines
The abstract will be judged on the following guidelines. Please read carefully before submitting your abstract.
Please submit the abstract in the English language
All abbreviations are to be written in full on first use
The abstract should be no more than 250 words
Abstracts are to be submitted as text only with no graphics or tables
Please ensure that your email address is correct. You will be notified by email as to whether your abstract is accepted/declined
The abstract should be structured in the following way:
Rules of Submission
The work should be original and not previously published in paper form prior to submission. Previous presentation at local or regional meetings is acceptable provided the abstract has not been formally published following this.
The abstract content must have been agreed by all named co-authors before submission. All authors have a responsibility to ensure that the data submitted is accurate, is not extrapolated and represents the work to be presented at the International Celiac Disease Symposium, 2024.
Abstracts can be edited through the Oxford Abstracts online portal up to the closing date after which they cannot be changed. Any Commercial support and industry involvement must be clearly stated as part of the on-line submission process.
The ISSCD takes research governance seriously and any evidence of falsification of results or plagiarism will be treated as professional misconduct and will be reported for further investigation.
Deadline for submission, 7 April
Notification of outcome to lead author, 1 May
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 Diseasedoes not recommend the use of gluten-sniffing dogs as a reliable method for detecting gluten in food products for people with celiac disease.