Our Pancreas Programs & Services

Key Programs  |  Research  |  For Professionals

The Pancreas Center is made up of several highly-specialized programs designed to cover all aspects of care for people with pancreatic disease. Our core services are centered around the most prominent pancreatic conditions.

If you would like to make an appointment to see one of our specialists, you can request an appointment online or call us at (212) 305-9467.

Learn more about the Pancreas Center's Hope Ahead campaign to chart the future of pancreatic care »


Key Clinical Programs

Pancreas Cancer Care

As a patient of the our Pancreatic Cancer Care program, you will have full access to an experienced team of clinicians, oncologists, surgeons, radiologists, genetic counselors, psychiatrists, and nutritionists, all working together with you, your family, and any outside physicians you may have, to create the best possible treatment plan to meet your personalized goals of care.

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Pancreatitis Care

The Pancreatitis Program at Columbia provides full-service care for those diagnosed with acute and chronic pancreatitis. From diet and nutritional support to avoid ongoing attacks to medical management to surgical interventions, the Pancreatitis Program offers a balance of all available options to treating pancreatitis and its side effects. We are one of the few programs in the country--and the only program in the New York metropolitan area--to offer autologous islet cell transplantation to prevent diabetes in people with chronic pancreatitis.

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To start making use of our services, call us today at (212) 305-9467 or request an appointment online.


Other Specialized Programs


Research & Clinical Trials

The Pancreas Center brings together a host of physicians and scientists to explore the various reasons why people develop pancreatic disease and how we can best treat it. Please explore our Clinical Trials for a comprehensive list of recent studies.

To further encourage breakthroughs in pancreas care, we fund awards and host conferences dedicated to research into pancreatic disease, like the Ruth Grant Siegel Award for Excellence in Pancreatic Research and the Gigi Shaw Arledge Conference on Pancreatic Disease, an opportunity for doctors and scientists from around the world to meet and share their research and knowledge.


Information for Students & Healthcare Professionals

As part of an Ivy League academic center, our team has a duty to teach doctors-in-training and share their knowledge with the medical community at large - pushing them to always be aware of the latest findings and best practices.


If you would like to make an appointment to see one of our specialists, you can request an appointment online or call us at (212) 305-9467.

 

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