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Clinical Trials in Pancreatitis

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Background

Recurrent acute and chronic pancreatitis are characterized by pain, disability, and late-stage complications. No U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)–approved drugs currently exist to treat these diseases, but interest in developing therapeutic strategies and clinical trial guidelines has increased, both among the investigative community and in the FDA. This 1-day workshop will feature discussions to help attendees understand the principles and requirements of clinical trials for treatment approaches for these diseases.

Meeting Objectives

  • Identify gaps and recommendations
  • Use workshop recommendations to inform possible future funding initiatives by NIDDK
  • Publish a conference summary

Organizing Committee

Co-chairs

Philip Hart, The Ohio State University
Tonya Palermo, University of Washington

Federal

Dana Andersen, NIDDK
Jose Serrano, NIDDK
Aynur Unalp-Arida, NIDDK
Erica Lyons, FDA

Non-Federal

Vernon Chinchilli, The Pennsylvania State University
Zobeida Cruz-Monserrate, The Ohio State University
Evan Fogel, Indiana University
Chris Forsmark, University of Florida
Linda Martin, Mission: Cure
Søren Olesen, Aalborg University
Stephen Pandol, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Emily Perito, University of California, San Francisco
Anna Phillips, University of Pittsburgh
Hanno Steen, Harvard University
Temel Tirkes, Indiana University
David Whitcomb, University of Pittsburgh
Ying Yuan, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Registration Deadline

June 30, 2022

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Location

University Club
123 University Pl
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Contacts

Program Contact
Dana Andersen
NIDDK
T: 301-480-8300

Meeting Logistics
Rachel Pisarski
The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc
T: 301-670-4990

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