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As a volunteer in a clinical trial, you may:

  • Participate in a research process that may lead to new treatment options
  • Learn new information about your health
  • Receive study-related care from qualified physicians

 

CeliAction

Real People Living with Celiac Disease  video

The CeliAction Study is a clinical research study designed to evaluate an investigational drug for celiac disease. The study will explore whether the investigational drug is able to improve the damage in the lining of the intestine caused by ingesting even small traces of gluten. The study will also evaluate whether the investigational drug improves any symptoms of celiac disease.

You may qualify for the CeliAction Study if you:

  • Have been diagnosed with celiac disease by a healthcare professional
  • Are on a gluten-free diet
  • Have experienced at least one moderate to severe symptom of celiac disease in the past month

There are other criteria that you must meet to qualify for participation. The study staff will explain the requirements to you and answer any of your questions.

As a volunteer in a clinical trial, you may:

  • Participate in a research process that may lead to new treatment options
  • Learn new information about your health
  • Receive study-related care from qualified physicians

To learn more about this research study, visit CeliActionStudy.com or call 1-855-3333-ACT, for the poster, click here.

 

Survey and Study Opportunities

Find out more about current trials involving celiac disease at clinicaltrials.gov

Member Survey Results -- Labeling

Released by the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia New York  8/30/2012   Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study! 
The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease. We are looking for people with biopsy-proven celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.

Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia 5 times during the study. You will be compensated for your time. This study is being sponsored by Alvine Pharmaceuticals.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact: Maria Teresa Minaya (Study Coordinator) Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University  180 Fort Washington Ave Suite 936 New York, NY, 10032 Email: celiaccentercolumbiaresearch@columbia.edu

Released by University of Colorado, Denver -  8/29/2012 Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study!
The University of Colorado Denver is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease. We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.

Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to the Anschutz Medical Campus 5 times during the study. You will be compensated for your time. This study is being sponsored by Alvine Pharmaceuticals.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact:Study Center Name: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital; Study City and State: Philadelphia, PA; Study Contact Name: Angela Gordon (Study Coordinator); Study Contact Phone: 215-955-7979; Study Contact Email: avg004@jefferson.edu

Released by University of Colorado, Denver - 8/29/2012  Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study!
The University of Colorado Denver is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease. We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.

Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to the Anschutz Medical Campus 5 times during the study. You will be compensated for your time. This study is being sponsored by Alvine Pharmaceuticals.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact: Study Center Name:  Cleveland Clinic; Study City and State:  Cleveland OH; Study Contact Name:  Louise Kincade (Study Coordinator); Study Contact Phone:  216-445-0953; Study Contact Email:  kincadl@ccf.org

Released by The University of Colorado Denver - 5/17/2012 Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study!
The University of Colorado Denver is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease. We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.
 
Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to the Anschutz Medical Campus 5 times during the study. You will be compensated for your time. This study is being sponsored by Alvine Pharmaceuticals.
 
If you are interested in learning more, please contact: Brittany Siller (Study Coordinator) at 303-724-1862 or brittany.siller@ucdenver.edu
 
Released by Kaiser Permanente San Diego - 5/17/2012 

Kaiser Permanente San Diego is seeking adults with celiac disease needed for a research study.  The study is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease.

We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.  Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come 5 times during the study to the Allergy Research Department at the Kaiser Permanente Clairemont Medical Campus at 7060 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, 92111. You will be compensated for your time.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact the study coordinator Terrie Long, RN at 858-573-5405 or email terrie.l.long@kp.org.

Released by Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center - 4/12/2012 

Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study!

The Celiac Center at BIDMC is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease. We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.

Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to BIDMC 5 times during the study. You will be compensated for your time. This study is being sponsored by Alvine Pharmaceuticals.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact: Dr. Daniel Leffler at 617.667.8397 or celiac@bidmc.harvard.edu

  

Released by The Mayo Clinic - 2/23/2012
The Mayo Clinic is seeking adults with celiac disease needed for a research study.  The study is testing a new automated phone survey to measure symptoms of celiac disease that can be used to test new treatments for celiac disease.  

We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.  Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks and will come to Mayo Clinic 5 times during the study.  You will be compensated for your time.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Carol Van Dyke at 507-266-7842 or email vandyke.carol@mayo.edu Approved on February 23, 2012 by Mayo Clinic IRB

Released by The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
Adults with celiac disease needed for a research study! The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center is beginning a study to develop a new survey of symptoms of celiac disease. We are looking for people with celiac disease to test the new survey while eating a food with or without a small amount of gluten.

  • To qualify for this study you must: 
  • Be biopsy-diagnosed with celiac disease by an upper endoscopy (EGD)
  • Been on a gluten-free diet for at least 12 months
  • Have internet and telephone access

Participants will take the survey every day for 8 weeks. Participants will come to The University of Chicago Medical Center in Hyde Park for a visit 5 times during the study.

For participation in this study you will receive $75 for each study visit and 1 phone call that you complete in the form of a check, a total of $450. You will also be provided with parking passes to cover the cost of each study visit.

If you would like to participate in this study or have further questions about the study, please email or call our clinical research coordinator, NurAlima Grandison, at ngrandison@uchicago.edu or (773) 702-3572.

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