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ABOUT US

The Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research’s (CAPER) mission is: (a) to facilitate the collaboration of researchers of pancreatic diseases and to support scientifically rigorous multi-center studies in pancreatic diseases; (b) to educate and train healthcare providers in pancreatic diseases; (c) and to increase public health awareness regarding pancreatic diseases.

CONTACT US

1400 N. Harbor Blvd.
Suite 625
Fullerton, CA 92835

O: 714-626-0458
F: 866-735-4373

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CAPER is managed by PACE Medical Communications

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PANCREATOLOGY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS

Advanced training in the science and practice of pancreatology is provided through specialized 'Pancreatology Fellowship' programs at the following institutions in United States with the objective of creating next generation of academic pancreatologists.

The curriculum, eligibility for such a training varies among the institutions and please contact the programs for more details:

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh, USA

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, USA

 

Johns Hopkins Hospital: Medical Pancreatology Fellowship, optional can be combined with pancreo-biliary endoscopy training (EUS, ERCP) if eligibility criteria met.

Program Director: Vikesh Singh MD, MSc

Contact: pancreatology@jhmi.edu

Mayo Clinic: Medical Pancreatology Fellowship

Program Director: Santhi Swaroop Vege MD

Email: GIHEPC@mayo.edu

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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center: Advanced Clinical Training in Pancreatology

Program Director: Steven Freedman MD PhD

Email: jhansjon@bidmc.harvard.edu

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