The Multidisciplinary Pancreatic Cancer Team at Johns Hopkins is committed to providing the highest level of care to individuals suffering from pancreatic cancer and related conditions. Our team is comprised of many of the world’s leading experts in pancreatic cancer.
To make an appointment to see an expert, call: 410-933-7262 (PANC)
On Saturday March 24, 2013, members of the Baltimore and the Washington, D.C. affiliates of PanCAN visited the Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center at Johns Hopkins. Approximately 50 patients, family members and advocates visited.
Surgeons at Johns Hopkins performed more pancreatic cancer resections than any other institution in the world. More...
Congratulations to JHH's Dr. Marco Dal Molin! He was awarded the Hirschberg Award for Best Abstract in Pancreatic Cancer at the American Pancreas Association (APA) meeting in San Diego in November 2015. This is one of the key pancreas meetings in the US and was attended by 500 people.
Congratulations to Dr. Anne Marie O'Broin-Lennon and Dr. David Masica who were awarded the Oral Free Paper Prize for the session "Diagnosis and Treatment of Pancreatic Tumours" at the United European Gastroenterology Week (UEGW). This major European GI meeting took place in Barcelona, Spain in October 2015 and was attended by approximately 14,000 people.
A huge congratulations to all and thank you for the work that you do to combat pancreatic cancer!
The website ExpertScape has again ranked Johns Hopkins #1 in pancreatic cancer research and treatment. ExpertScape uses quantitative analysis of publications in the PubMed database to identify the world's foremost experts in pancreatic cancer. In addition to ranking Johns Hopkins #1, three of the top ten ranked experts are from Johns Hopkins (Drs. Hruban, Herman and Wolfgang). Congratulations to the team!
Donate to our Pancreatic Cancer Research, Raise Awareness, become Involved and Spread the Word. Private giving has provided us with the opportunity to make real advances in our understanding of pancreas cancer and it has provided critical support to our young investigators. Please consider supporting our research. More...