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.



  • Determinants of Patient Satisfaction in Celiac Disease Care
  • Use of shape-from-shading to characterize mucosal topography in celiac disease videocapsule images
  • Birth weight, sex, and celiac disease a nationwide twin study
  • Anxiety and depression in caregivers of individuals with celiac disease
  • Commercially available glutenases: a potential hazard in coeliac disease
  • Primary Care Visit Use After Positive Fecal Immunochemical Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening
  • Factors associated with number of duodenal samples obtained in suspected celiac disease
  • Prevalence and Predictors of Giardia in the United States
  • Indolent T- and NK-cell lymphoproliferative disorders of the gastrointestinal tract: a review and update
  • Use of Colorectal Cancer Screening Among People With Mobility Disability
  • Outcome of breath tests in adult patients with suspected small intestinal bacterial overgrowth
  • Celiac disease and Down syndrome mortality- a nationwide cohort study
  • Coeliac disease and the videocapsule: what have we learned till now
  • Cardiovascular involvement in celiac disease
  • Risk of Clostridium difficile Infection in Patients With Celiac Disease A Population-Based Study
  • Diagnostic Yield of Isolated Deamidated Gliadin Peptide Antibody Elevation for Celiac Disease
  • Low adherence to national guidelines for proton-pump inhibitor prescription in patients receiving combination aspirin and anticoagulation
  • Socioeconomic vs Health Related Factors Associated With Google Searches for Gluten-Free Diet
  • Is Blood Transfusion Linked to Celiac Disease A Nationwide Cohort Study
  • Factors associated with villus atrophy in symptomatic coeliac disease patients on a gluten-free diet
  • Editorial risk factors for persistent villusatrophy in coeliac disease – is it time to reconsider definitions for refractory coeliac disease Authors’ reply
  • Borrelia infection and risk of celiac disease
  • No difference in emergency department visits before and after transition for coeliac disease


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