News and Events


  • Birmingham announced as University of the Year for Graduate Employment (read more)
  • School of Psychology Clinical Psychologists Shortlisted for Enterprising Birmingham Innovation Competition 2015 Award  (read More)
  • Warburtons Gluten Free is supporting our latest DVD “Parenting Gut Feelings”. Warburton’s have a dedicated gluten and wheat free range and you can find out more here.
  • Asda have added lots of new gluten free products to its Free From range as well as cutting the cost of some of these products. Click here to find out more.
  • In some parts of the UK, those diagnosed with coeliac disease can receive staple gluten free foods via prescription from a GP. Please click here for more information on gluten free prescriptions and to find useful links such as a list of prescription foods available.
  • Coeliac UK hold an annual conference to discuss the most recent research within coeliac disease. Please click here to see videos, posters and abstracts of the research presented from the most recent conference held in London in March 2018.
  • Beyond Celiac is an American website sharing some of the most recent research news in coeliac disease including information such as the impact of Coeliac Disease diagnosis and possible new treatments. Click here to visit the website to find out more.
  • Nature website gives some of the most recent research into the science behind possible coeliac disease causes, diagnoses and treatments.  Click here to read some of this research.
  • The CD-FAB is a new questionnaire created by researchers at the University of Birmingham and Kings College London looking at food attitudes and related behaviours in those with coeliac disease. Visit the ‘Blog’ page to read a summary of the CD-FAB research paper.
  • The University of Birmingham’s psychology department has recently moved to a brand new building on Pritchatts Road, Edgbaston. It has lots of excellent facilities for both staff and students.


  • Coeliac UK hold free research talks across the UK to discuss the latest developments in Coeliac Disease research. Click here to find out more about times, locations and how to sign up.




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