2018 Celiac Disease Conference
Facing Today's Facts on Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity
A comprehensive conference for practitioners and patients + CEUs for medical professionals. Get Tickets and details below!
- Saturday, Nov. 10th from 8:00 am-4:00 pm
- Sunday, Nov. 11th from 9:00 am-12:45 pm
Dietitians can earn up to 6.5 CEUs
Nurses can earn up to 7.55 Contact Hours
The Landscape of Celiac Drug Development
Managing Celiac for the Long Run
A Closer Look at our Gut-Brain Cross-Talk
Nutrition and Diet: New Findings
Gluten-Free Family Dynamics: Is There a Happy Ending?
Dr. Ciarán Kelly
Dr. Alan Leichtner
Dr. Francisco Leon, Keynote
Melinda Dennis, MS, RD
Pam Cureton, RD, LDN
Tricia Thompson, MS, RD
Dr. Jessica Edwards George
Dr. Jocelyn Silvester
Dr. Dascha Weir
Dr. Maureen Leonard
Dr. Rupa Mukherjee
Dr. Prashant Singh
Chef Oonagh Williams
On Saturday, November 10, visit with vendors. Attendees may sample and purchase a variety of gluten-free products. See the current vendor list below. New vendors are being added now so check back for others.
Plenty of Delicious Meals
Where To Stay & Dine
How To Get Here
What To Do in Boston
The city of Boston has a rich early American history and there are many interesting sights to see; Paul Revere’s house in the North End and Old Ironsides in Charlestown are only two of many historic sites. There are walking tours, bus tours, swan boat rides on the Boston Common, Duck Boat rides, and you won’t want to miss the New England Aquarium.
Museums offer a wide variety of culture, art, history and fun: