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Honorary President of the Congress
F. Minni
President of the Congress
R. Pezzilli
AISP Governing Board
President: R. Pezzilli
Secretary: G. Capurso
Councilors:
G. Butturini
M. Cantore
N. Funel
G. Boz
C. Pasquali
AISP Scientific Commettee
G. Butturini
M. Cantore
G. Capurso
N. Funel
G. Boz
C. Pasquali
Organizing Committee
L. Calculli
G. Ercolani
A. D. Pinna
A. Pirazzoli
D. Santini
C. Serra
Secretariat
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Faculty
Andriulli Angelo, S. G. Rotondo
Arcidiacono Paolo Giorgio, Milano
Balzano Gianpaolo, Milano
Biasco Guido, Bologna
Billi Paola, Bologna
Boz Giovanni, Aviano
Bruno Marco J., Rotterdam
Buscarini Elisabetta, Crema
Butturini Giovanni, Verona
Buzzi Natalia, Roma
Calculli Lucia, Bologna
Campa Daniele, Heidelberg
Cannizzaro Renato, Aviano
Cantore Maurizio, Massa Carrara
Canzian Federico, Heidelberg
Capurso Gabriele, Roma
Carroccio Antonio, Palermo
Cascinu Stefano, Ancona
Cingarlini Sara, Verona
Costa Pier Lorenzo, Forlì
Crippa Stefano, Ancona
De Angelis Claudio, Torino
Del Chiaro Marco, Stoccolma
Delle Fave Gianfranco, Roma
Di Sebastiano Pierluigi, Chieti
Doglioni Claudio, Milano
Fabbri Carlo, Bologna
Falconi Massimo, Verona
Fazio Nicola, Milano
Frulloni Luca, Verona
Funel Niccola, Pisa
Gabbrielli Armando, Verona
Golfieri Rita, Bologna
Jovine Elio, Bologna
Maissoneuve Patrick, Milano
Malleo Francesco, Verona
Mambrini Andrea, Massa Carrara
Manfredi Riccardo, Verona
Marotta Francesco, Milano
Pagano Nico, Bologna
Palazzo Laurent, Paris
Panzuto Francesco, Roma
Pasquali Claudio, Padova
Pezzilli Raffaele, Bologna
Rabitti Pier Giorgio, Napoli
Reni Michele, Milano
Rizzato Cosmeri, Heidelberg
Zatelli Maria Chiara, Ferrara
Zerbi Alessandro, Milano
Dear Colleagues,
this is the third and the last National Meeting of my tenure as President of AISP. It will held in Bologna at the
Savoia Hotel Regency easily accessible and within walking distance from the center of my charming and
historical town covered by the arcades for almost 40 kilometres: in the summertime they are a perfect refuge
from the sun and in the cold seasons a perfect refuge from the rain. In the past these arcades were made of
wood, nowadays they are all made of stone, except for one, the arcade of Casa Isolani in Strada Maggiore,
which is still made of wood. The arcades of Bologna became favourite destination for men of letters and
sciences and for young students coming from the countryside: this population growth created the necessity of
exploiting the open space of the city.
It is time to thank all of you for choosing me as President of our Association and my special thank is for the
members of Governing Board of the AISP for helping me in this extraordinary scientific adventure. At same
time, I will deliver to the new president an association scientifically valid, internationally respected and
economically health. Even if the AISP is an old association, mostly of its members are young and I would
modify the sentence of Camille Corot, one of the great figures of French realism, to describe our members “It is
important to have the genius at thirty years and talent at sixties”.
This year the topics of the congress will be challenging. According to our mission to promote and encourage
the development of science and health in the Pancreatology field, I’m trying to keep a high scientific standard
of our National Meeting. Of course, this is possible to the support of the companies who continue to believe in
our initiatives and which are giving enthusiastically their support. My hope is that there will be three days of
intensive and enthusiastic work.
Hot topics of our meeting will include the management of patients with pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors,
exocrine pancreatic insufficiency treatment, dietary risk and diabetes mellitus in pancreatic cancer, new
techniques for endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune pancreatitis and much more. A special
initiative is the consensus conference for the revision of acute pancreatitis Italian guidelines on Thursday.
I am expecting lively discussions and I hope to revitalize relationships that are precursor for future
collaborations.
Finally, I would to thank all of you that have supported me in this fantastic scientific adventure.
A warm welcome to all of you in Bologna!
Raffaele Pezzilli
Thursday 18th September
Chairmen: G. Balzano, R. Pezzilli, A. Zerbi
10.00-17.30 Consensus of revised Italian guidelines on acute pancreatitis
 Definitions, and diagnostic procedures for the work up of severe acute pancreatitis (D. Campa)
Discussion
 Conservative treatment (G. Capurso)
Discussion
 Interventional treatment (R. Golfieri)
Discussion
11.00-11.15
Coffee break
13.30-14.30
Buffet lunch
16.00-16.15
Coffee break
Chairmen: P.G. Arcidiacono, A. Gabbrielli
18.00-18.30 Lecture: Prevention of acute pancreatitis: stents or drugs? (M. Bruno)
19.00-19.30
Open ceremony
19.30
Welcome Buffet
Friday 19th September
Chairmen: R. Pezzilli, G. Capurso
08.30-09.00 AISP trials: state of the art
 Neoadjuvant trial (M. Reni)
 Familial pancreatic carcinoma (M. Del Chiaro)
 Italian registry of cystic lesions of the pancreas (E. Buscarini)
Chairmen: P. Billi, A. Andriulli
09.00-10.00 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Chairmen: C. De Angelis, C. Fabbri
10.00-11.00 Round Table. When the rumor is tumor, the answer is “not always” cancer Autoimmune
pancreatitis
 The traditional imaging (R. Manfredi)
 EUS evaluation (N. Pagano)
 Pathological aspects (C. Doglioni)
Discussion
Chairmen E. Buscarini, R. Cannizzaro
11.00-11.30 Lecture: EUS in chronic pancreatitis: can imaging replace clinical evaluation? (L. Palazzo)
11.30-11.45
Coffee break
Chairmen: L. Frulloni, G. Biasco
11.45-12.45 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
12.45-13.05
Lecture: Exocrine pancreatic function in elderly (A. Carroccio)
Chairmen: C. Pasquali, M. Reni
13.05-13.25 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Chairmen: G. Boz, M. Cantore
13.25-14.30 Lunch and Poster round
Chairmen: F. Canzian, R. Pezzilli
14.30-15.00 Italian Chapter of PANDORA: last news (D. Campa, C. Rizzato)
Chairmen: G. Butturini, E. Jovine
15.00-15.40 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Chairmen: M. Falconi, N. Fazio
15.40-16.40 Symposium AISP-ITANET. PNETS: Non surgical treatment
 Target therapies: behind and beyond everolimus (F. Panzuto)
 Novel target therapies. (S. Cingarlini)
 In vivo models as a platform for the discovery of new therapies in the PNETS (M.C. Zatelli)
16.40-17.00
Coffee break
Chairmen: G. Delle Fave, P. Di Sebastiano
17.00-17.20 Lecture: Avoidable mortality in pancreatology (N. Buzzi)
17.20-18.20
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
18.20-19.10
AISP GENERAL ASSEMBLY
20.30
Social Dinner
Saturday 20th September
Chairmen: P.G. Rabitti, P.L. Costa
09.00-10.00 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Chairmen: S. Cascinu, R. Pezzilli
10.00-11.00 Joint symposium AISP - AIOM – AIRO. From the first line treatment to medical palliation for
unresectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma: an evidence based approach.
 The first therapeutic approach to unresectable pancreatic cancer (tbd)
 The best therapeutic approach after failure of first line treatment (S. Cascinu)
 The radiotherapy (to be defined) AIRO
 The nutritional support in the course of palliative therapy (A. Mambrini)
 In vivo models as a platform for the discovery of new therapies in the exocrine pancreatic neoplasms (N.
Funel)
11.00-11.15
Coffee break
Chairmen: A. Carroccio, G. Boz
11.15-11.30 Diet, diabetes and risk of pancreatic cancer
 Dietary risk factors and protective factors (F. Marotta)
 Diabetes true risk factor or confounding factor (P. Maissoneuve)
 Superfoods: what evidence for the prevention (tbd)
Chairmen: G. Balzano, A Zerbi
11.30-12.00 Face to face - Treatment of the remnant pancreas after pancreatic head resection: early and late
results
 Pancreogastro anastomostis (F. Malleo)
 Pancreatojejunostomy (S. Crippa)
Chairmen: M. Del Chiaro, L. Calculli
12.00-12.30 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Chairmen: R. Pezzilli, G. Capurso
12.30-13.00 CONCLUSIONS AND ECM TEST, WINNERS OF THE AISP GRANTS ENTITLED TO
FABIO GIAMBRUNO
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