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Ongoing Research

Learn About Our Current Studies

Get Involved In Our Clinical Trials

We could not advance our knowledge in Celiac Disease and wheat sensitivities without you! If you are interested in participating in our research, please explore the studies below.

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Utkarshini Kirtikar (Dr Verdu Lab)

Tryptophan in celiac disease

This study evaluates tryptophan supplementation to better control symptoms in patients with celiac disease on a gluten-free diet


Adult patients diagnosed with celiac disease on a gluten-free diet for over a year, who have persistent symptoms

Citrus Fruits Juice
Leader: Shilpa Tandon

Zinc Deficiency in Celiac Disease: Pilot Study

We are evaluating the feasibility and efficacy of a Zinc optimized diet vs. Zinc supplementation to treat Zinc deficiency in celiac patients.


Adult patients (18+) with biopsy and serology proven celiac diagnosis maintaining a GFD for > 6 months, with untreated Zn deficiency.

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Leader: Dr Ines Pinto-Sanchez

Oats Study

We want to know if recently diagnosis celiac patients should or should not be consuming oats after their diagnosis. This will better guide our physicians to make stronger recommendations to our patients.


Confirmed celiac biopsy diagnosed (≥
Marsh 3a). Gluten Free Diet < 3 months

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Leader: Dr Ines Pinto-Sanchez

Celiac Registry

This registry will allow us to know your current symptoms and track the progression of the disease


ONLY PATIENTS FROM the McMaster Celiac Disease Clinic

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Leader: Gaston Rueda

Microbiota in Chronic GI

This study we are examining the Microbiota in people experiencing chronic GI symptoms, but have no diagnosis of GI disease.


Potential celiac patients not yet diagnosed. Need to be eating gluten. With an upcoming endoscopy to confirm dx

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Coming Soon
  • New medication to induce gluten tolerance in celiac disease patients on a gluten-free diet​.

    • Estimated starting date: Summer 2024

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