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Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Roundtable on Celiac Disease at Columbia U
Due to many requests, the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University has decided to host a Roundtable on Celiac Disease that deals with individuals and their families' difficulties in living with celiac disease. The program will be held monthly and would deal with children, adolescence and adult issues with respect to celiac disease.

Members of the Celiac Disease Center who will be attending the Roundtable on Celiac Disease include adult and pediatric gastroenterologists as well as our nutritionist. Columbia will conduct this program in an interactive format allowing airing of views and questions from all participants.

The first Roundtable on Celiac Disease will be held on Tuesday, September 15, 2009, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm in the Atchley Loeb Conference Room located in the Columbia University Medical Center. Parents of young children with celiac disease are invited to attend.

While the issues that will be discussed will focus on the needs of the participants, we anticipate that discussions could involve difficulties with diagnosis, how should a celiac disease patient be followed medically, what dietetic nutritional issues are important, who should take vitamins, how to handle associated diseases and manifestations, how to control weight, what to tell teachers and guidance counselors about your child among other topics.

Attendance will be limited to 30 people so we would appreciate you letting us know if you can attend. If you are interested in participating, please RSVP to There is no charge to participate.

Atchley Loeb Conference Room
Presbyterian Hospital Building
622 West 168th Street
PH 8E-107
New York, NY 10032

Take the Presbyterian Hospital Building to the 8th Floor. You will see the "Department of Medicine" sign on the wall as you exit the elevators.

Make a left down the hallway (east wing) to the end of the hallway which leads directly to Atchley Loeb Conference Room.

Here is a link for Directions to the Columbia University Medical Center.

Columbia University Medical Center Map

There is a parking garage located on 165th Street and Fort Washington Avenue. Valet parking is available at the Milstein Hospital Building, 177 Fort Washington Avenue (just south of 168th Street).

Future 2009 programs include:

Roundtable on Celiac Disease, Tuesday, October 6
Topic: Adults with celiac disease

Roundtable on Celiac Disease, Tuesday, November 3
Topic: Teens and adolescence with celiac disease

Information about the October and November programs will be sent one month prior to the event.

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Blogger laura said...

Thanks for the information,although I cant visit.
Your blog has a lot of usefull info!
regards Laura

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