Research in the field of Celiac Disease and gluten-related disorders is ongoing.  As new research results are published, we will make them available.

Please see the clinical trials page for studies that may be of interest to you.
Introducing...2018-2019 Grant Opportunities

SSCD - Beyond Celiac Early Career Research Award

We are delighted to announce the establishment of the Society for the Study of Celiac Disease/Beyond Celiac Early Career Research Award.  The support of Beyond Celiac for this important grant encourages and facilitates the research initiatives of an early career investigator in the field of celiac disease.  The project will comprise basic, clinical, translational, behavioral or epidemiological research in celiac disease. 

Early Career Grant Submission Criteria 

Our thanks to Beyond Celiac for its support of this important SSCD research initiative.


Nestle Research Center Funds Additional SSCD Grant

SSCD is honored to announce a second grant funded by the Nestle Research Center.  The grant is intended to support a research project on a basic, translational, or clinical topic related to the investigation of NCG/WS pathophysiology, distinct clinical characteristics, implications of gut microbiota, epithelial barrier and/or innate immunity.
SSCD Investigator Award Submission Criteria
SSCD appreciates the continued support of the Nestle Research Center

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2017 Grant Award

Non-Celiac/Wheat Sensitivity Research

The North American Society for the Study of Celiac Disease has awarded this grant to Drs. Joseph Murray and Amanda Cartee of the Mayo Clinic.  We look forward to hearing the results of their study, "The innate immune response to, and changes in intestinal permeability after, a gluten challenge in subjects with non-celiac gluten sensitivity.” 

The grant award of up to $50,000 for one year is made possible with the support of the Nestle Research Center.  This grant was open to investigators at any career level with a full-time position at a North American Institution and who are members in good standing of NASSCD. 


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