Awards

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The Pancreas Club 2019 AWARD WINNERS

John Howard Research Award

($1,000 for the best presentation from young junior faculty, who is within 5 years of their end of residency. This award is generously funded by the Arpa Foundation.)

WINNER | Thomas Maatman MD | Indiana University School of Medicine

DISCONNECTED PANCREATIC DUCT SYNDROME: SPECTRUM OF OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

PanCan Research Award

(One $1,000 and two $500 awards for the best oral presentation of pancreatic cancer research by a resident or fellow. This award is generously funded by the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network)

1st Place | Anthony Ferrantella MD | University of Miami

IMMUNE MODULATION BY LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE SUPPRESSES PANCREATIC CANCER PROGRESSION

2nd Place| Alina Hasanain MD | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

CIRCULATING TUMOR CELL DYNAMICS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH OUTCOMES IN PANCREATIC DUCTAL ADENOCARCINOMA: UPDATES ON THE PROSPECTIVE CLUSTER TRIAL

3rd Place | Saba Kurtom MD | University of Miami

GUT MICROBIOTA FACILITATE TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR 2-MEDIATED PANCREATIC CANCER METASTASE

Pancreas Club Award

($1,000 for the best oral presentation of clinical or basic science by a resident or fellow. This award is generously donated by the Nikki Mitchell Foundation)

Bradley Reames MD, MS | University of Nebraska Medical Center

VARIATION IN THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF LOCALLY ADVANCED PANCREATIC CANCER

Nikki Mitchell Award

($1,500 for the most promising research project by a young investigator (Junior faculty within 5 years of practice, post-doc, resident or medical student). This award is generously donated by the Nikki Mitchell Foundation)

Naomi Sell MD, MHS | Massachusetts General Hospital

VARIABLE LIFE ADJUSTED DISPLAY (VLAD): NOVEL UTILITY OF A METRIC FOR QUANTIFICATION OF PERIOPERATIVE PATIENT LIVES GAINED FOLLOWING PANCREATIC SURGERY

Nikki Mitchell Foundation & Pancreas Club Seed Grant

($20,000 seed grant for the most promising research project. This award is generously donated by the Nikki Mitchell Foundation)

Drs. Rebekah White & Jayanth Shankara Narayanan | University of California San Diego

Targeting of tumor stroma to enhance the efficacy of irreversible electroporation (IRE)

Contact Information

The Pancreas Club Headquarters

t: 913.402.7102
pancreas@lp-etc.com


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