Who are we?
Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam
The Erasmus University Medical Center is the largest academic
hospital of the Netherlands and belongs to the
top 40 research centers in the world.
The principal investigators of the PACYFIC study are:
Djuna L. Cahen, MD PhD, gastroenterologist
Professor Marco J. Bruno, MD, gastroenterologist
The study will be coordinated by:
M.L.J.A. (Marloes) Sprij, MD PhD candidate
J. (Jihane) Meziani, MD, PhD candidate
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The PACYFIC study group
Our study group has been founded to coordinate different research projects concerning pancreatic cysts. Every principal investigator of the PACYFIC study automatically becomes a member of the study group. In case of future side studies, each member will again be asked for permission to use data and tissue samples.
The study group is composed of;
1. A steering committee (coordinating and leading investigators)
2. General contributors (other collaborating parties)
3. Participants (principal investigators of participating centers)
The study group has formulated a consortium agreement on publication rules and data ownership. To download the consortium agreement, please click here.
European Study Group on Cystic Tumours of the Pancreas
The PACYFIC study is supported by the European Study Group on Cystic Tumours of the Pancreas. In 2012, this group of experts formulated a consensus statement regarding pancreatic cyst management. In addition, the group initiates and cooperates on research projects concerning pancreatic cysts. Please click here to view the European consensus statement.
Dutch Pancreatic Cancer Group
The Dutch Pancreatic Cancer Group is a working group of gastrointestinal
surgeons, gastroenterologists, oncologists, radiologists, radiotherapists and pathologists. Their goal is to improve the treatment of pancreatic cancer, by initiating and performing research and organizing ongoing training.