Our center has contributed more than 100 peer-reviewed publications on celiac disease to the medical literature. Some of our more recent publications are listed below.


  • Persistent mucosal damage and risk of fracture in celiac disease
  • Use of basis images for detection and classification of celiac disease.
  • Predictors of persistent villous atrophy in coeliac disease a population-based study
  • Methods to quantitate videocapsule endoscopy images in celiac disease
  • Characteristics of Patients Who Avoid Wheat and or Gluten in the Absence of Celiac Disease
  • Fecal microbiota transplantation in children with recurrent Clostridium difficile infection
  • Rates of Suboptimal Preparation for Colonoscopy Differ Markedly Between Providers: Impact on Adenoma Detection Rates
  • Dermatitis Herpetiformis: Clinical Presentations Are Independent of Manifestations of Celiac Disease
  • Genome wide genetic and transcriptomic investigation of variation in antibody response to dietary antigens
  • Olmesartan, other antihypertensives, and chronic diarrhea among patients undergoing endoscopic procedures: a case-control study
  • The unfolding story of celiac disease risk factors
  • Seroreactive marker for inflammatory bowel disease and associations with antibodies to dietary proteins in bipolar disorder
  • Isotretinoin Use and Celiac Disease: A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study
  • Use of proton pump inhibitors and subsequent risk of celiac disease
  • Genome-wide association study of celiac disease in North America confirms FRMD4B as new celiac locus.
  • Diagnosis and management of adult coeliac disease: guidelines from the British Society of Gastroenterology
  • How Often Do Hematologists Consider Celiac Disease in Iron-Deficiency Anemia? Results of a National Surve
  • Development and validation of a clinical prediction score (the SCOPE score) to predict sedation outcomes in patients undergoing endoscopic procedures
  • Utilizing HDL Levels to Improve Detection of Celiac Disease in Patients With Iron Deficiency Anemia



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