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October 28, 2010

Celiac research donation to University of Maryland

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Meredith Cohn reports today in the Baltimore Sun on a record $45 million donation to the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research. The donation, which is being announced today by the center's director, Alessio Fasano, will be used to create a first-of-its-kind institute that could eventually employ up to 200 doctors and researchers, Cohn reports.

The donation represents a new record for the university system.


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Posted by Richard Gorelick at 8:52 AM | | Comments (2)
        

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what does that have to do with food?

In response to OB's question, this grant is for research to help people who cannot ingest gluten in any form. Gluten is in MANY foods, so THAT'S what the grant has to do with food.

Dr. Fasano is a terrific researcher, physician and person, and I'm thrilled that the Celiac Center has received this huge grant. I foresee Dr. Fasano being UM's first Nobel laureate somewhere down the road for his research.

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