Annual Meetings

2014 Events

Listed by dates

  • APA 2014. The American Pancreatic Association will meet in Hawaii, USA (APA web site)

Chronic Pancreatitis Symposium 2014

The program for the International Symposium on the Medical and Surgical Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis was held on February 6-8, 2014 at Kiawah Island, SC.  PROGRAM

National Pancreas Foundation (NPF) Fellows SymposiumApril 4-6 2014, Baltimore, MD

This is an annual meeting designed to introduce interested physician trainees to opportunities in pancreatic research and practice.  It provides strong one-on-one mentoring between trainees and the top physicians and translational scientists in the United States.  For application contact the National Pancreas Foundation.

The Pancreas Club – May 2-3, 2014 – Chicago, Ill

The Mission of the Pancreas Club is to promote the interchange of ideas between pancreatologists throughout the world and to maintain an informal “club” atmosphere.  The meeting is typically linked to Digestive Disease Week.  It has traditionally emphasized surgical approaches to pancreatic diseases but is broadening the annual program to be more inclusive.  Meeting Link -pancreasclub.com

June 8, 2014 - 8th International Symposium on Inherited Diseases of the Pancreas – Jerusalem, Israel.

In conjunction with the European Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) 47 Annual Meeting (2014).

European Pancreas Club 46 meeting – Southampton, UK, June 24-28, 2014

The European Pancreatic Club (EPC) represents the premier European pancreas meeting and is held in different European cities each year.   The 46th meeting of the European Pancreatic Club (EPC), is combined with the International Association of Pancreatology (IAP).

PancreasFest 2014 – July 23-25, 2014. Pittsburgh PA

PancreasFest runs each year during the last Thursday-Friday of July.  The primary purpose of PancreasFest is to provide ample time and space for dedicated physician-scientists to meet and discuss new technical advances, therapies and opportunities for clinical and translational research in human pancreatic diseases.  These goals are accomplished through continuing education (CME) programs, Investigators Meetings, Working Group meetings and small private meetings.  Young investigators and trainees are specifically invited, mentored and equipped through the annual meeting of the Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research (CAPER).  Link -PancreasFest.org

CAPERCollaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research. Annual Meeting.  - See PancreasFest

The Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research (CAPER) represents the  ”the next generation” of academic pancreatologists, therapeutic endoscopists, pancreatic surgeons, radiologists, oncologists and translational researchers who are dedicated to advancing the early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of pancreatic diseases through participation in cooperative, multi-center research trials.  The Annual CAPER meeting is held in July during PancreasFest.

American Pancreatic Association – November 5-8, 2014

The APA annual meeting provides a forum for pancreatic researchers to present their work through poster sessions, research talks and state of the art lectures.  The 2014 APA Annual Meeting will be a joint meeting with the Japan Pancreas Society – and held in Hawaii.