Grants in Aid of Research in Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity in Canada
The Canadian Celiac Association / L’Association Canadienne de la Maladie Coeliaque is pleased to announce two research awards.
1. Dr. J. A. Campbell Research Award.
A grant to a maximum of $25,000 is offered by the Canadian Celiac Association for research projects in Canada of a scientific, applied science, and/or medical nature relevant to celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, and/or non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or the socio-economic implications of delayed diagnosis and/or living with this conditions. The CCA is open to all types of relevant research and is not restricted to medical research.
The next J.A. Campbell Research Award deadline is February 15, 2019
Successful applicants will be informed of the decision by April 30, 2019..
For details and the application form see below:
2. Dr. J. A. Campbell Young Investigator Award
The Dr. J. A. Campbell Young Investigator Award of $5,000 for any kind of research into Celiac Disease and / or Gluten Sensitivity is available to students and those who have recently completed degrees.
The next J.A. Campbell Young Investigator Award deadline is February 15, 2019. Successful applicants will be informed of the decision by April 30, 2019.
Natalie Ridieger (2018) – Characterizing dietary gluten avoidance in the Canadian pediatric and adult population
Dr. Alberto Caminero-Fernandez (2016) – Specific Probiotic-Based Strategy For Gluten Detoxification
Abadi, Valerie (2013) – Development of a Physiopathological Mouse Model of Celiac Disease
Mager, Diana (2012) – How do parents and child’s perceptions of quality of life affect dietary adherence to the gluten free diet and nutritional intake in children with Celiac Disease?
Greenblatt, Ellen (2009)
Prevalence of Celiac Disease in a Canadian Population of Women with Unexplained Infertility
Mager, Diana & Turner, Justine (2008)
A Prospective Study of the Effect of Vitamin D and Vitamin K Deficiency on Bone Metabolism and Bone Accrual in Children and Adolescents with Celiac Disease
Verdú, Elena (2007)
Using HLA-DQ8 mice to analyze the development of celiac disease and other gastrointestinal illnesses.
Leroux, Jean-Christophe (2003)
Polymers as gliadin binders: an innovative strategy to prevent interactions of celiac disease peptides with the gastro-intestinal mucosa
Young Investigator Awards
James A King (2018) – A systematic literature search on prevalence of celiac disease globally and develop the Alberta Celiac Disease Surveillance Cohort
Aber Alzaben (2016) – Gluten Free-Food Guide for Canadians
Justin McCarville (2014) – Role of Human Celiac Gut Microbiota in the Breakdown of Oral Tolerance to Gluten
Rajani, Seima (2013) – Serological Diagnosis of Celiac Disease at Stollery Children’s Hospital: a Pilot Study
Wiepjes, Michelle (2011) – Role of the Serine Protease Inhibitor Elafin in Gluten-Related Disorders
Slemmer, J. (2010) -Epidemiology of Celiac Disease in PEI
Pinier, Maude (2010) – Ability of a polymeric binder to control Celiac Disease
Gunn, Beth (2009) – Prevalence of Celiac Disease in a Canadian Population of Women with Unexplained Infertility
Silvester, Jocelyn (2007) – Survey of Canadian Gastroenterologists about Long Term Follow-up Care of their Celiac Patients.
Zelin, Jenni (2001) – The role of the family physician in the diagnosis and management of celiac disease.