Index to Expert Postings

Copyright by Michael Jones, Bill Elkus, Jim Lyles, and Lisa Lewis 1994 - 1998 - All rights reserved worldwide.
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Table of Contents by Poster

This index of postings from "experts" to the Celiac List is indexed by subject lines of the poster.

Interactive searches of previous posts through the Icors WWW interface.


Richard Abrams, Ph.D.--a retired professor of biochemistry at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Cel-Pro-- Selective topics from the Cel-Pro List have been collective and posted back to the Celiac List.

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Alessio Fasano, M.D.-- a pediatric gastroenterologist at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Dr. Fasano is the director of the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at the University of Maryland. With his colleagues at the University of Maryland he conducted pilot studies suggesting that CD is highly underdiagnosed in the USA. His major goal is to expand these preliminary studies and to establish an educational program for colleagues to gain more insights on CD.

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Stefano Guandalini, M.D-- a professor of pediatrics at the University of Chicago; formerly with the University of Naples in Italy. Dr. Guandalini is involved in research on pathophysiology of intestinal transport, and has an interest in coeliac disease in children that is mainly clinical, leading to re-definition of diagnostic criteria in childhood.

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Ivor Hill, M.D.-- a pediatric gastroenterologist at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Dr. Hill is attempting to establish a network of collaborators that will be involved in gathering preliminary data to support his belief that if we actively look for CD we will diagnose many more cases at an earlier age.

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Karoly Horvath, M.D.-- an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland at Baltimore. Dr. Horvath set up the Pediatric Gastrointestinal and Nutrition Laboratory, and is now director of this lab.

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Frederik Willem Janssen-- Head of the Chemistry Department, Food Inspection Service, a subsidiary of the Inspectorate of Health Protection (similar to the FDA in the USA), in Zutphen, The Netherlands. His lab has an interest in the biochemical analysis of food proteins and contaminating allergens. Special interests include modified gluten, edible packaging materials (which may contain gluten), and detection of hidden gluten in foods, including the development of improved detection methods.

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Donald Kasarda-- a grain specialist working for the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Vijay Kumar, M.D.-- president of IMMCO Diagnostics, one of the labs that performs celiac antibody blood tests.

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Markku Maki, M.D.-- Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Tampere in Finland.

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Joseph Murray, M.D.-- a gastroenterologist at the University of Iowa, USA, where they have a mutidisciplinary service for the clinical care of people with celiac disease. They are also involved with clinical research and medical education related to celiac disease.

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Dr. Kalle Reichelt-- involved in research in Norway. He is looking into the impact of gluten intolerance on certain individuals with developmental delays.

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Paul Shattock-- Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy, Autism Research Unit, School of Health Sciences, University of Sunderland; Sunderland, England. He is doing research on the relationship between gluten/casein and autism. His work has application to other developmental and mental disorders.

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Phil Sheard, Ph.D.-- researcher in the Developmental Biology Unit, Department of Physiology, University of Otago Medical School, in Dunedin, New Zealand.

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