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    • PancreasFest 2012University of Pittsburgh • Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition ©2009 UPMC J u l y 2 6 ~ 2 7 , 2 012   •   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Thursday & Friday, July 26 & 27, 2012 • Acute Pancreatitis • Pancreatic Cancer • Expert Recommendations for RAP and CP • Accredited Medical Education •  esearch meetings to advance pancreas R disease treatments • Young Investigators’ Session Friday, July 27, 2012 •  ollaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research C (CAPER) Annual Meeting Course Directors for Accredited Symposia David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD Randall E. Brand, MD Sponsored by University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Location Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences The University Club Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition 123 University Place Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education Pittsburgh, PA    and Research (CAPER) Program Website www.pancreasfest.org
    • Mission Statement ObjectivesThe Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition unites physicians and At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:scientists for excellence in patient care, education and research, providing the •  dentify pancreatic cancer prevention and early diagnosis strategies. Ibest of tomorrow’s medicine, today. •   lassify and describe treatment advancements for pancreatic cancer C in early diagnosis stages. •   iscuss treatment advancement implications for chronic and acute D Continuing Education Credit pancreatitis care. •   etermine pancreas disease treatment options through case discussion. DThe University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation •   pply concepts of personalized medicine to pancreatic disease treatment. ACouncil for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians. Local Attractions   The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine designates this live activity for amaximum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™ Each physician should only Pittsburgh and Southwestern Pennsylvania are fun family destinations.claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. PancreasFest 2012 attendees and their guests are encouraged to enjoy this   Other health care professionals are awarded 1.35 continuing education units region during their visit. The following are a few sure-to-please sites:(CEU’s) which are equal to 13.5 contact hours. Within walking distance: The Carnegie – www.carnegiemuseums.org (Museums of Art & Natural History) Nationality Rooms at the University of Pittsburgh – www.pitt.edu/~natrooms University of Pittsburgh • Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens – www.phipps.conservatory.org PancreasFest 2012 University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University Within easy public transportation distance or a short drive: Regional Events – www.pgharts.org or www.pittsburgh.about.com The Carnegie – www.carnegiemuseums.org (Science Center & Inside    Andy Warhol Museum) Frick Art & Historical Center – www.frickart.org Shadyside (shopping) – www.thinkshadyside.com Page 3 – Location / Accommodations Information Senator John Heinz Regional History Center – www.heinzhistorycenter.org Page 3 – Abstracts, Posters and Scholarships Information PNC Park Tour – www.pittsburgh.pirates.mlb.com Pages 4 through 6 – Schedule for July 25 - July 27, 2012 Downtown Pittsburgh Pages 7 through 9 – Course Directors and Faculty Within driving distance: Kennywood Amusement Park – www.kennywood.com Page 9 – Planning and Program Committees Sandcastle Waterpark – www.sandcastlewaterpark.com Page 9 – Registration Information Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium – www.pittsburghzoo.com Page 10 – Registration Form Fallingwater – www.fallingwater.org Ohiopyle (whitewater rafting) – www.discoverohiopyle.com Page 11 – Abstract Submission Form and Information Nemacolin Woodlands Resort – www.nemacolin.com 2
    • Who Should Attend Abstracts/Posters and ScholarshipsThis course is designed for gastroenterologists, surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, Abstract Submissionbasic and clinical researchers and all physicians interested in pancreatic diseases. •   ancreas disease research abstract submissions are encouraged from all PPhysicians and scientists interested in translational research, cooperative studies conference attendees. While novel research is preferred, abstracts submitted atand career development are strongly encouraged to attend. This course welcomes previous national meetings are welcome. Abstract length is limited to 500mid-level medical professionals, clinical and research nurses and related healthcare words. No abstracts will be published without author agreement. A 4x8 posterprofessionals interested in pancreatic disease research and treatment. space will be reserved for all accepted abstracts. Details on page 11. •   bstract Deadline: All abstracts are requested by June 4, 2012. June 4 is also A Location the deadline for travel scholarship applications and supplementary materials. Late-breaking abstracts will be accepted up to July 6, 2012. No abstractThe conference will be held at The University Club located at 123 University Place, acceptance or poster space will be guaranteed after July 6.Pittsburgh, PA 15213. Visit www.uc.pitt.edu or call (412) 648-8213. Important Dates Accommodations June 4 Preferred abstract submission deadline. Final submission deadline for all travel scholarship applications.A block of rooms at discounted rates has been reserved for conference registrantsat the Holiday Inn University Center located at 100 Lytton Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA June 18 Accepted abstracts and scholarship recipients announced.15213, which is approximately two blocks from The University Club (primary meeting July 6 Final deadline for guarantee of abstract acceptance andlocation). The PancreasFest 2012 reduced room rate is $129/night, plus taxes/fees. poster space guarantees.To reserve your room by phone, call (412) 682-6200 or 1-800-UNIVCTR andsay you are with the “PancreasFest” program. To receive the reduced room rateonline, go to http://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/us/en/pittsburgh/pitsp/hoteldetail?groupCode=PAN. Room availability and pricing will not be Travel Scholarshipsguaranteed after July 6, 2012. Young investigators including trainees or junior faculty within three years of Parking appointment may apply for a PancreasFest 2012 travel scholarship.  Up to 15 scholarships in amounts of up to $900 will be awarded by the CollaborativeParking is not provided. Nearby parking is available at the Holiday Inn University Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research (CAPER).  Awards will be made toCenter, Soldiers & Sailors Garage (Bigelow Blvd.) or the O’Hara Garage (O’Hara deserving young investigators to cover travel expenses and registration fees only,St.). See the University of Pittsburgh parking site map at http://www.pts.pitt.edu/ and honorees will receive an award letter on or before June 25. Additionally, theparking/maps.html. Dr. Edward Purich “Best Abstract” award will be announced at PancreasFest 2012 and includes a $250 award. Transportation Award payment will be made payable to the recipient immediately after the conference, so the recipient will be required to pay for travel expenses up front.Shuttle bus and taxi transportation may be arranged from the Pittsburgh PancreasFest 2012 registration fees will be fee-waived for all scholarshipInternational Airport (PIT). Public transportation using the 28X bus is a recipients.  As such, registration fees will be deducted from the scholarship awardcost-effective transportation alternative at $3.25 each way. This bus leaves amount.  Since these CAPER awards are intended to support travel costs, localfrom PIT lower level door #6 and will travel to the Oakland section of Pittsburgh scholarship awardees within a 25-mile radius of Pittsburgh will receive waived(conference location). More information about the 28X may be found at registration fee awards only.  Please note that PancreasFest 2012 travel scholarshipswww.portauthority.org. may not cover all meeting expenses in full. Special Needs Scholarship Application Instructions: X 1.  Submit an abstract and be prepared to bring a poster to the Participation by all individuals is encouraged. Advance notification of any PancreasFest 2012 meeting. special needs will help us provide better service. Please notify us of your 2.  Submit a 100-word or less statement outlining research interestsneeds at least two weeks in advance of the program. and/or career goals. Attend the entire PancreasFest 2012 program, including the July 27 3.  For More Information CAPER program. 4. Note the June 4, 2012 scholarship application deadline. Joy Jenko Merusi 5.  E-mail submission of abstract/scholarship submission form and all required Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition documentation to joj2@pitt.edu. University of Pittsburgh 3708 Fifth Avenue – Medical Arts Building, 4th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Telephone: (412) 578-9518 or (412) 578-9515  •  Fax: (412) 578-9537 E-mail: joj2@pitt.edu 3
    • PancreasFest 2012 Schedule Wednesday ~ July 25, 2012 10:10 am – SESSION II: Pancreatic Cancer: Risk and Early Detection 12:15 pm Moderator: Jennifer Chennat, MD4:00 – 8:00 pm    A/V, Poster Board and Exhibitor Drop Off 10:10 am Pancreatic Cancer Case Presentation Jennifer Chennat, MD7:00 – 9:00 pm   Course Faculty Dinner 10:15 am Advances in Animal Models in the Setting of Pancreatic Cancer David Tuveson, MD, PhD Day One: Thursday ~ July 26, 2012 10:45 am Is it Possible to Detect Pancreatic Cancer Early in 2012? Andrew D. Rhim, MD7:00 am Registration, Exhibits and Continental Breakfast 11:05 am Who Should be Screened for Pancreatic Cancer? Randall E. Brand, MD7:55 am Welcome David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD 11:25 am Diabetes as a Risk for Pancreatic Cancer Suresh Chari, MD8:00 am – SESSION I: Genetic and Environmental Factors Affecting  11:40 am Pancreatic Cancer Immunology9:50 am Acute Pancreatitis  < < < Herbert J. Zeh III, MD, PhD Moderator: Georgios I. Papachristou, MD Noon Pancreatic Cancer Case Discussion and Q&A Panel 8:00 am Acute Pancreatitis Case Presentation Discussants: Drs. Tuveson, Rhim, Brand, Chari and Zeh Georgios I. Papachristou, MD 12:15 pm Break, Exhibits and Visit Lunch Buffet 8:05 am Hot Topics in Acute Pancreatitis: 12:35 pm Lunch, Announcements, Awards and Introductions Research Review from 2011/12 David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD and Randall E. Brand, MD William H. Nealon, MD, FACS 12:45 pm SESSION III: The Ruth C. Brufsky Award for Excellence 8:25 am Severity Stratification Assessment in Clinical Research on Pancreatic Cancer John A. Windsor, MD Keynote Address: 8:45 am Goal-Directed Fluid Resuscitation Pancreatic Pathology and Whole Genome Sequencing:  Timothy Gardner, MD Implications for Diagnostics and Therapeutics Ralph H. Hruban, MD 9:05 am INSPPIRE (International Study Group of Pediatric Pancreatitis in Search of a Cure) 1:20 pm Break & Exhibits Veronique Morinville, MD and Aliye Uc, MD 1:30 pm – SESSION IV: Attendees may attend one breakout meeting: 9:20 am CFTR Mutations in Cystic Fibrosis and 2:55 pm (See Registration Form on page 10) Idiopathic Pancreatitis David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD A. Special Discussion on Pancreatic Cancer  < < < Open meeting focusing on pancreatic cancer 9:35 am Acute Pancreatitis Discussion and Q&A Panel 1:30 pm  Topics in Pancreatic Cancer: Update from the Hot  Discussants: Drs. Nealon, Windsor, Gardner, AACR (American Association for Cancer Research) Morinville, Uc and Whitcomb Special Conference on Pancreatic Cancer David Tuveson, MD, PhD9:50 am Break and Exhibits 1:50 pm Discussion: What’s Needed? Future Directions for Pancreatic Cancer Moderators: Ralph H. Hruban, MD; David Tuveson, MD, PhD B. INSPPIRE Open meeting focusing on pediatric pancreatology Lowe, MD, PhD Mark E.< < <   =  NIDDK Focus Session C. SNAP (Study of Nutrition in Acute Pancreatitis) Closed meeting for study team only – not accredited symposium Stephen J.D. O’Keefe, MD, MSc 4
    • PancreasFest 2012 Schedule 2:55 pm Break, Exhibits and Posters Day Two: Friday – July 27, 20123:10 pm SESSION V: Hot Topics in Genetics: Findings from Pancreatitis  GWAS (Genome Wide Association Studies) and New 7:00 am Registration, Exhibits and Continental Breakfast Developments from the 7th International Symposium on Inherited Diseases in the Pancreas  < < < 7:15 am – SESSION VI: Attendees may attend one breakout meeting: Markus M. Lerch, MD, FRCP and David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD 8:15 am (See Registration Form on page 10) A. NAPS2 (North American Pancreatitis Study II):3:30 pm Update on Pancreas Biomarkers – Perspectives of the Early Whitcomb, MD, PhD David C. Detection Research Network Closed meeting for study team only – not accredited symposia Michael A. (Tony) Hollingsworth, PhD B. Pre-Discussion Chronic Pancreatitis Topic Reviews:3:45 pm Minimally Invasive Pancreatic Cancer Surgery  All open working meetings focusing on chronic pancreatitis A. James Moser, MD guidelines4:00 pm - Plenary Session: Young Investigator Research B1. Pancreatic Diabetes5:15 pm Moderator: Vay Liang W. (Bill) Go, MD Michael R. Rickels, MD, MSc B2. Pancreas Pain 4:00 pm Advanced Endoscopic Techniques for the Early Moderator: Michelle A. Anderson, MD, MSc Diagnosis of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma Gregory Coté, MD, MS Pancreatectomy & Islet Autotransplantation B3. Total Jeffrey B. Matthews, MD 4:15 pm Endoscopic Delivery of Novel Therapeutic Agents to Pancreatic Cancer and Cysts 8:15 am Working Group Meetings Adjournment Christopher J. DiMaio, MD 4:30 pm Merits of Screening Strategies for Patients 8:30 am Welcome to PF12 Day II with High Risk for Pancreatic Cancer Randall E. Brand, MD Emmy Ludwig, MD 8:35 am SESSION VII: Hot Topics in Chronic Pancreatitis: 4:45 pm Natural History of Incidentally Diagnosed Research Review from 2011/12  < < < Cystic Lesions C. Mel Wilcox, MD, MSPH Walter Park, MD, MS 5:00 pm Discussion & Q&A 8:50 am - Recommendations of Chronic Pancreatitis Groups  < < < Drs. Coté, DiMaio, Ludwig and Park 12:30 pm Moderator: David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD 8:50 am Case Presentation: Chronic Pancreatitis, Diabetes & Pain5:15 pm Poster Discussions and Reception Martin L. Freeman, MD6:15 pm PF12 Day One Adjournment 9:00 am Italian Guidelines for Chronic Pancreatitis and Overview of Delphi Method6:30 pm – “On Your Own” – Chartered trolley transportation will be provided  Luca Frulloni, MD11:00 pm  a continuous loop from the Holiday Inn (host hotel) to Pittsburgh’s in SouthSide Works for dining/bars, shopping and networking. 9:20 am Diabetes and Chronic Pancreatitis (Audience Response / Vote) • Risk and Classification • Evaluation and Staging • Treatment and Progression Melena Bellin, MD Michael R. Rickels, MD, Facilitator Paul Robertson, MD Frederico G.S. Toledo, MD< < <   =  NIDDK Focus Session continued on next page 5
    • PancreasFest 2012 ScheduleRecommendations of Chronic Pancreatitis Groups(continued from page 5) 12:45 pm -  ESSION VIII: Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education S 2:30 pm and Research (CAPER) (Non-accredited)10:10 am Break and Exhibits 12:45 pm CAPER Annual Meeting and Lunch Michelle A. Anderson, MD, MSc 10:20 am Pain and Chronic Pancreatitis (Audience Response / Vote) 1:10 pm CAPER Research Lectures • Types Vay Liang W. (Bill) Go, MD • Quality of Life C. Mel Wilcox, MD, MSPH • Endoscopy Options 1:30 pm CAPER Panel: Publishing for Pancreatic Researchers • Treatments • Journal Philosophies Kathryn Albers, PhD • What are the Journals Looking For? Michelle A. Anderson, MD, MSc, Facilitator • What Makes a Good Paper? Wahid Wassef, MD, MPH Vay Liang W. (Bill) Go, MD – Editor, Pancreas11:10 am Break and Exhibits Christopher E. Forsmark, MD – Associate Editor, American Journal of Gastroenterology 11:20 am Total Pancreatectomy, Islet Autotransplantation and  Mel Wilcox, MD, MSPH – Editor, Clinical C. Chronic Pancreatitis Gastroenterology and Hepatology (Audience Response / Vote) 2:00 pm The CAPER Dr. Edward Purich Best Abstract • Indications Award Presentation • Timing To be announced during PF12 • Follow Up 2:10 pm CAPER Business Meeting Michael C. Appel, PhD Melena Bellin, MD 2:25 pm CAPER Meeting Adjournment Andres Gelrud, MD, MMSc Jeffrey B. Matthews, MD, Facilitator 2:30 pm SESSION IX: Pancreas Research Working Groups 12:10 pm Summary and Results of Audience Participation and Meeting Moderators (Non-accredited) All open meetings12:30 pm Accredited Symposia Adjournment IRAP Registry (Idiopathic Recurrent Acute Pancreatitis)* Nalani Guda, MD12:30 pm Break, Exhibits and Visit Lunch Buffet Working Group Leader Report Development Diabetes: Pain: Autotransplantation: M. Bellin, MD K. Albers, PhD M. Appel, PhD M. Rickels, MD M. Anderson, MD, MSc M. Bellin, MD P. Robertson, MD W. Wassef, MD, MPH A. Gelrud, MD, MMSc F. Toledo, MD J. Matthews, MD Acute Pancreatitis Topic Selection Working Group for PF13 Planning Ad Hoc Working Group – All Volunteers Welcome Facilitators: Randall E. Brand, MD, William H. Nealon, MD, FACS, Georgios I. Papachristou, MD, and John A. Windsor, MD 4:00 pm Conference Adjournment Closed meetings for study team only< < <   =  NIDDK Focus Session 6
    • Course Directors Christopher E. Forsmark, MD * Professor of MedicineDavid C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD Chief, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and NutritionGiant Eagle Foundation Professor of Cancer Genetics University of FloridaProfessor of Medicine, Cell Biology & Physiology and Human Genetics Gainesville, FLChief, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and NutritionUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Martin L. Freeman, MDPittsburgh, PA Professor of Medicine Interim Director, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and NutritionRandall E. Brand, MD Medical Director, Total Pancreatectomy and Islet AutotransplantationProfessor of Medicine Director, Advanced Pancreaticobiliary Endoscopy FellowshipDirector, GI Malignancy, Early Detection, Diagnosis & Prevention Program University of MinnesotaAcademic Director, GI Division, UPMC Shadyside Minneapolis, MNDivision of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and NutritionUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Luca Frulloni, MDPittsburgh, PA Associate Professor of Gastroenterology Department of Medicine University of Verona Verona, Italy Guest Course Faculty Timothy B. Gardner, MDMichelle A. Anderson, MD, MSc Assistant Professor of MedicineAssistant Professor of Medicine Director, Pancreatic DisordersDivision of Gastroenterology Dartmouth University / Hitchcock Medical CenterUniversity of Michigan Hanover, NHAnn Arbor, MI Vay Liang W. (Bill) Go, MDMichael C. Appel, PhD Professor of MedicineProgram Director, Islet Biology and Transplantation Research Director, UCLA Center for Excellence in Pancreatic DiseasesDivision of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Disorders David Geffen School of MedicineNIDDK, National Institutes of Health University of California, Los AngelesBethesda, MD Los Angeles, CAMelena Bellin, MD Nalani Guda, MD*Assistant Professor of Pediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes Clinical Associate Professor of MedicineUniversity of Minnesota University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public HealthMinneapolis, MN Milwaukee, WISuresh Chari, MD Michael A. (Tony) Hollingsworth, PhDProfessor of Medicine Professor, Departments of Biochemistry & Molecular BiologyHead, Pancreas Interest Group and Pathology & MicrobiologyDivision of Gastroenterology Director, Pancreatic Cancer ResearchMayo Clinic Eppley InstituteRochester, NY University of Nebraska Omaha, NEGregory A. Coté, MD, MSAssistant Professor of Medicine Ralph H. Hruban, MDDivision of Gastroenterology Professor of Pathology and OncologyUniversity of Indiana Director, Division of GI/Liver PathologyIndianapolis, IN Director, National Family Pancreas Tumor Registry The Johns Hopkins UniversityChristopher J. DiMaio, MD Baltimore, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineDirector, Therapeutic Endoscopy Markus M. Lerch, MD, FRCPMt. Sinai School of Medicine Professor and ChairNew York, NY Department of Medicine A Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald Greifswald, Germany continued on next page* Course faculty who are not part of accredited PancreasFest 2012 symposia. 7
    • Emmy Ludwig, MD David Tuveson, MD, PhDAssistant Attending Physician Senior Group LeaderGastroenterology and Nutrition Service Cancer Research UKMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Cambridge Research Institute, Li Ka Shing CenterNew York, NY Cambridge, United KingdomJeffrey B. Matthews, MD Aliye Uc, MDSurgeon-in-Chief and Chairman, Department of Surgery Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Radiation OncologyDallas B. Phemister Professor of Surgery Department of PediatricsThe University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences University of Iowa Children’s HospitalChicago, IL Iowa City, IAVeronique Morinville, MDAssistant Professor of Pediatrics Wahid Wassef, MD, MPHDivision of Gastroenterology Professor of MedicineMcGill University / Montreal Children’s Hospital Director of EndoscopyMontreal, Quebec, Canada University of Massachusetts Boston, MAA. James Moser, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine C. Mel Wilcox, MD, MSPHBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Professor of MedicineHarvard University School of Medicine Director, Division of Gastroenterology and HepatologyBoston, MA University of Alabama Birmingham, ALWilliam H. Nealon, MD, FACSVice-Chair, Department of Surgery John A. Windsor, MDAssociate Surgeon-in-Chief at VUMC Professor of SurgeryVanderbilt University Medical Center Head, Department of SurgeryNashville, TN University of AucklandWalter G. Park, MD, MS Auckland, New ZealandInstructor of MedicineDivision of Gastroenterology and HepatologyStanford University School of Medicine University of Pittsburgh FacultyStanford, CA The following faculty are with the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition inAndrew D. Rhim, MD the University of Pittsburgh Department of Medicine unless noted otherwise.Instructor A of MedicineDivision of Gastroenterology Kathryn Albers, PhDUniversity of Pennsylvania Professor of MedicinePhiladelphia, PA Randall E. Brand, MDMichael R. Rickels, MD, MSc Professor of MedicineAssistant Professor of Medicine Director, GI Malignancy Early Detection, Diagnosis & Prevention ProgramDivision of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Academic Director, GI Division, UPMC ShadysideUniversity of Pennsyvlania School fo medicinePhiladelphia, PA Jennifer Chennat, MDR. Paul Robertson, MD Associate Professor of MedicineCEO and Scientific Director Director, Therapeutic EndoscopyPacific Northwest Diabetes Research InstituteDirector of Islet and Endocrine Research Andres Gelrud, MD, MMScSwedish Medical Center Associate Professor of MedicineSeattle, WA Mark E. Lowe, MD, PhD*Joseph Romagnuolo, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FASGE, FACG Professor of PediatricsAssociate Professor of Medicine Chief, Division of Pediatric GastroenterologyDivision of Gastroenterology and Hepatology (and) Vice Chair for Postgraduate EducationDepartment of Biometry, Bioinformatics and Epidemiology Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMCDirector, Clinical Research for GastroenterologyMedical University of South CarolinaCharleston, SC * Course faculty who are not part of accredited PancreasFest 2012 symposia. 8
    • Stephen J.D. O’Keefe, MD, MSc*Professor of Medicine Registration InformationGeorgios I. Papachristou, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine Registration for PancreasFest 2012 is due by July 6, 2012. We cannot guarantee space in the program or any program inclusions for registrationsFrederico G.S. Toledo, MD received after July 6. Registrations received or postmarked after July 6Assistant Professor of Medicine will be charged a $50 late fee.Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism Online registration is the quickest and easiest way to reserve your spaceDavid C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD at PancreasFest 2012.Giant Eagle Foundation Professor of Cancer Genetics     •  isit the online registration site at: www.pancreasfest.org VProfessor of Medicine, Cell Biology & Physiology and Human Genetics     • Scroll to the PancreasFest 2012 section on the web page.Chief, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition     • Click “Registration” and enter requested information.     •  fter registering, an electronic confirmation will be sent to the e-mail AHerbert J. Zeh III, MD, PhD address you provided during registration.Associate Professor of SurgeryCo-Director, UPMC Pancreatic Cancer Center Paper registrations will be accepted using the form on page 10. UPMCCo-Leader for GI Cancer employees remitting via journal transfer or fee-waiver must use theDivision of Surgical Oncology paper registration form.Department of Surgery A confirmation letter will be sent to all registrants. Note that your registration is not complete until you receive this confirmation. If you do* Course faculty who are not part of accredited PancreasFest 2012 symposia. not receive this letter within five to seven days of registration, please contact (412) 578-9518.In accordance with Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Educationrequirements on disclosure, information about relationships of presenters You must bring this confirmation with you to the conference.with commercial interests (if any) will be included in materials distributedat the time of the conference. TuitionAll faculty are affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine andreside in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania metropolitan area unless otherwise indicated. Program fees are described on the course registration form found on page 10. PancreasFest 2012 Planning Committee Attendee Benefit Information for Accredited Portion of this Program Kathryn Albers, PhD Michelle A. Anderson, MD, MSc •  ontinuing education credit offered for noted sections on July 26 & 27, 2012. C Randall E. Brand, MD •  egistration and course materials for these same time periods. R Jennifer Chennat, MD •  eals during each conference day and coffee/tea service throughout M Mark E. Lowe, MD, PhD the conference. William H. Nealon, MD, FACS Georgios I. Papachristou, MD David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD For More Information C. Mel Wilcox, MD, MHSF Herbert J. Zeh III, MD, PhD Joy Jenko Merusi Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition University of Pittsburgh PancreasFest 2012 NIDDK Program Committee 3708 Fifth Avenue – Medical Arts Building – 4th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Michelle A. Anderson, MD, MSc Telephone: (412) 578-9518 or (412) 578-9515  •  Fax: (412) 578-9537 Randall E. Brand, MD E-mail: joj2@pitt.edu Jennifer Chennat, MD Darwin Conwell, MD, MPH www.pancreasfest.org William H. Nealon, MD, FACS David C. Whitcomb, MD, PhD C. Mel Wilcox, MD, MHSF 9
    • Registration Form ~ PancreasFest 2012 Thursday, July 26 – Friday, July 27, 2012PancreasFest 2012 registration is available online and is the preferred way to sign Registration Feesup for this course. Visit www.pancreasfest.org and see page 9 of this brochurefor more information about online registration. Number Cost Per PancreasFest 2012 Attendee Descriptions See Registration Information on page 9 — Please type or print. Attending Person Photocopy for additional registrants. By July 6: ___ — ____ ____ ____ ____ _______ @ $200 attendings & faculty, including research facultySocial Security Number (last 5 digits) _______ @ $150 mid-level professionals, nurses, trainees, and other attendeesName (Please indicate salutation) After July 6 or on site:Address _______ @ $250 attendings & faculty, including research faculty _______ @ $200 mid-level professionals, nurses, trainees, and other attendeesCity                                                                        State                ZIP Code $___________  Total PancreasFest 2012 PaymentWork Telephone ( ) We will accept no registrations without payment. A credit card may holdFax ( ) registrations for those paying by check.E-mail Address If NOT registering online, make checks payable to “University of Pittsburgh” and mail with this form to:Specialty Joy Jenko Merusi Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and NutritionDegree University of Pittsburgh 3708 Fifth Avenue – Medical Arts Building, 4th FloorAcademic Title (if applicable) Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Telephone: (412) 578-9518 or (412) 578-9515  •  Fax: (412) 578-9537Institutional Affiliation E-mail: joj2@pitt.eduGuest Name (if applicable)A PancreasFest 2012 attendee roster – including name, institutional affiliation, Breakout Sessionswork telephone and e-mail address – will be shared in the course handout.  I understand that my contact information will be listed in the course handout. Two sections of PancreasFest 2012 are designed as break-out meetings:  I do not wish for my contact information to be shared in the course handout. Sessions IV & VI. Please provide your meeting choices for these two sessions here, choosing one from each session: Method of Payment Session IV: Thursday, July 26 from 1:30 pm to 2:55 pm8 MasterCard   8 American Express   8 Visa   8 Check   A.  Special Discussion on Pancreatic Cancer online applicants must use a credit card payment method)   B. INSPPIRE (pediatric pancreatology)(   C. SNAP (closed meeting for study team only)Credit Card Number Session VI: Friday, July 27 from 7:15 am to 8:15 am   A.  NAPS2 (closed meeting for CV & AA study teams only)   B1.  Pancreatic Diabetes & CPBilling Address   B2.  Pancreas Pain & CP   B3.  Total Pancreatectomy & Islet Autotransplantation & CPExpiration DateSignature 10
    • Abstract & Scholarship Submission Form ~ PancreasFest 2012 All accepted abstracts will be granted a 4x8 poster display space. Submission Directions •  Submit abstract via e-mail to joj2@pitt.eduName •  Title of e-mail: PF12 Abstract Submission •  Attach abstract of 500 words or less.Address •  f applying for a scholarship, attach a 100-word statement describing research I and/or career goals. •   can and attach a copy of this application form, or type all requested form SCity/State/ZIP Code information into the e-mail message. •   ee page 3 for more travel scholarship information. SCountry Submission DeadlinesE-mail June 4  Preferred abstract submission deadline. Final submission deadline for all travel scholarship applications.Telephone July 6 Final deadline for guarantee of abstract acceptance and poster space guarantees.FaxDegreeAcademic Title (or trainee level)Institutional AffiliationAbstract Title  My pancreas research abstract is attached.   am a trainee or junior faculty member and request to be considered I for a PancreasFest 2012 travel scholarship. (see page 3) 11
    • PancreasFest 2012 Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition University of Pittsburgh Medical Arts Building – 4th Floor 3708 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 www.pancreasfest.orgUniversity of Pittsburgh • Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and NutritionPancreasFest 2012 Thursday & Friday, July 26 & 27, 2012 Collaborative Efforts to Advance Knowledge in Pancreatic Diseases & Young Investigators’ Session Friday, July 27, 2012 Collaborative Alliance for Pancreatic Education and Research (CAPER) Annual Meeting For more information, please contact: E-mail: joj2@pitt.edu • Ph: (412) 578-9518 or (412) 578-9515 For online registration, visit: www.pancreasfest.org