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Researcher Resources

Listed here are researcher resources on collaboration opportunities and current projects, funding, professional organizations, meetings, trainee resources, and recent articles related to behavioral health in celiac disease. If you’ve found these resources helpful and would like access to additional resources, consider becoming a member!

current Funded projects

  • A Behavioral Intervention to Optimize Self-Management Of Celiac Disease in Adolescents

    • Principal Investigator: Shayna Coburn, PhD

    • Funding Source: NIDDK (NIH)

  • ADHD-Related Symptoms and Celiac Disease Management: Investigating Bidirectional Associations

    • Principal Investigator: Shayna Coburn, PhD

    • Funding Source: Lambert Family Foundation

  • Development of a Celiac Disease-Specific QOL Measure for Children

    • Principal Investigator: Shayna Coburn, PhD

    • Funding Sources: Center for Translational Research at Children’s National (NIH), Global Autoimmune Institute, District of Columbia Children’s Health Board

  • Feasibility and acceptability of a pilot intervention to promote adherence in pediatric celiac disease

    • Principal Investigator: Monique Germone, PhD 

    • Funding Source: Society for Pediatric Psychology

  • ​​COVID-19 and Pediatric Gastrointestinal Care

    • Principal Investigator: Abby Robbertz

    • Funding Source: Vincent Foundation

Please contact us for additional collaboration opportunities.


Professional trainings

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