The Pancreatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland.

An alliance of professionals advancing the understanding and management of pancreatic conditions, for the benefit of patients.

Annual Meeting Liverpool 2019

21st-22nd November Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral


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Our Mission:

The aim of the Society is to promote and encourage study and research into diseases of the pancreas and to actively promote professional discussions and dissemination of knowledge, for the benefit of patients and the public.

The first meeting of the Pancreatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland was held on 16 June 1975 at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.Sir Rodney Smith was elected as the first president of the Society and Mr Michael Knight as Secretary and Treasurer. Other officers elected at the meeting included Professor Henry Howat, Professor Patrick Collins, Mr Peter Bevan, Dr Martin Sarner and Mr John Trapnell.

The first presentation was given by Mr C W Imrie. At the first meeting there were sixty-eight participants. Since then the Society has held an annual meeting hosted by the President and regularly attended by over a hundred delegates.

The Pancreatic Society has close links with the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG), the European Pancreatic Club (EPC) and the International Association of Pancreatology (IAP). The abstracts of the annual meeting of the Society are published in the journal “Pancreatology”.








Mission Cure, Chronic Pancreatitis

1st October 2019

A new innovative approach to solving chronic pancreatitis View article

Deleting just one gene may 'completely prevent' pancreatic cancer

4th June 2019

Using a mouse model of pancreatic cancer, researchers have zoomed in on a single gene ... View article


2019 PSGB&I ASM Liverpool

21st November 2019

The 45th Annual meeting of the Pancreatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, November 21st and 22nd View Event