Category Archives: Welcome

  • The Gluten Free Museum

    Posted on 14th May 2015 by coeliac in Welcome.

    For those with Coeliac Disease, eating gluten-free is a way of life. But what would the world look like without gluten? The Gluten Free Museum removes gluten from famous works of art including Caravaggio, Van Gogh and even Disney. Here, the missing gluten (the spaghetti) breaks the union between the dogs from Disney’s famous cartoon […]

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  • School of Psychology Clinical Psychologists Shortlisted for Enterprising Birmingham Innovation Competition 2015 Award

    Posted on 26th March 2015 by coeliac in Welcome.

    Dr Ruth Howard and Dr Gary Law, School of Psychology, have been shortlisted for the final of the Enterprising Birmingham Innovation Competition 2015 award (http://www.bizzinn.org/competitions.php). The ‘Most Successful Collaboration with Business’ category recognises their exciting partnership with Warburton’s and the development of the second ‘Gut Feelings’ film (‘Parenting Gut Feelings’ available atamazon.co.uk), presented by Professor […]

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  • What does psychology have to do with coeliac disease?

    Posted on 26th March 2015 by coeliac in Welcome.

    Coeliac disease (CD) is not a food intolerance, it is not a food allergy, and it is not a lifestyle choice. It is in fact an autoimmune condition in which the body, after ingestion of a protein called gluten, found in wheat, barley and rye, starts to attack itself and damage the lining of the […]

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  • Welcome!

    Posted on 17th February 2015 by coeliac in Welcome.

      The School of Psychology is one of the strongest and most active psychology departments in the country. We are ranked among the top three psychology departments for research and have a reputation for excellent teaching. To find out more about School of Psychology please read here       Please follow and like us:

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