Gling Announces Partnership with Center for Celiac Research
April 19, 2010
For Immediate Release
Gling Announces Content Partnership with The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research
Gling has partnered with The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research in order to help facilitate the spread of new research findings to people who are affected by Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance.
Vancouver, Wash, -— Gling, a socially collaborative website targeting members of the gluten free community, announces today that they have entered into a content partnership with The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research. The new partnership was formed with the intent of keeping the gluten free community better informed of the latest research and activities that can improve their lives.
The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research is the largest Celiac research center in the world. The research from the Center has taken great strides towards helping to diagnose, treat and improve the lives of Celiac patients. Their findings have been used worldwide to increase awareness and understanding of Celiac Disease.
Gling is already known for providing information on food, recipes and gluten free locations to the Celiac and gluten intolerant community. The new partnership will create many new opportunities to keep the gluten free public aware of the latest research being done.
Gling is excited to offer this new information to its website members. Gluten free dieters will now be able to get all of the information they need in one place. By coming to Gling, people will still be able to find information on food, gluten free locations and a great variety of recipes, but now they will also be able to keep up on the latest medical research findings as well.
The information from The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research will be found in the article section of the Gling website. Each article will be fun and engaging while delivering much needed information to the gluten free community. Articles will cover upcoming events, ways to be involved in Celiac Awareness and the latest findings from this leader in the medical research field.
“I am really excited to be working with The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research to bring some great information to Gluten-free dieters around the world,” says Mike Lee, CEO of Gling.com. “As an institution, they have been at the forefront of the Gluten-free diet and researching Celiac Disease. I’m confident that we’ll be a great team in bringing important content to the Gluten-free world.”
For more information on the content partnership between Gling and The University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research, please contact Mike Lee or visit gling.com.