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American Pancreatic Association

The American Pancreatic Association is a membership organization for physicians and researchers inquisitive about diseases of the exocrine pancreas. Their mission is to foster clinical and basic science research required to cure diseases of the pancreas. They try to continue advancing the sector of research, while training future generation of researchers dedicated to finding a cure for these deadly diseases. Recognizing that progress in understanding, diagnosing, and treating pancreatic diseases needs multidisciplinary analysis, the APA is reaching out to broaden the participation from pancreas-related disciplines, that maybe have been underrepresented in the past: endoscopy, radiology, and pathology, among others. Annual meeting is the cornerstone of this organization to gather these teams to debate current topics in pancreatic diseases. The APA Mini-Sabbatical fellowship is a program, offered to young pancreatologists, to allow them to pay up to 2 months with an esteemed pancreatic research facility. This funding is meant for young pancreatologists to achieve or expand skills in practice or research below the steering of specialists in the field of pancreatology. This fellowship is offered to members of the American pancreatic Association who are students, trainees, and junior faculty (up to Assistant Professor). The fellowship is restricted to a maximum keep of 2 months and may be done in the U.S.A. or abroad. Annual Meeting is organized by American pancreatic Association each year gather Pancreatologists (medical pancreatologists, endoscopists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, oncologists and basic scientists) from all over the world to present and discuss current clinical and laboratory research associated with the field. Evidence-based advances in techniques and intervention for treating pancreatic disorders are featured. Held the first week in November each year, a three-and-a-half day meeting features many mini-symposia on current topics in Pancreatology as well as abstract presentations, and invited lecturers. Each year, the National pancreas Foundation offers an award to the best basic science and clinical abstracts in pancreatitis. The Distinguished Service Award is given, as appropriate, to members of the American pancreatic Association who given liberally of their time and abilities to the Association and pancreatic Community. Each year, the Hirshberg Foundation offers an award to the most effective abstracts in pancreatic cancer conferred at the Annual Meeting.

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