The steering committee
Camilla Nøjgaard, MD, Ph.d.
Clinical reasearch responsible
Srdan Novovic, MD, Ph.d., associate professor
Palle Nordblad Schmidt, MD, Ph.d.
Research responsible and cashier
Lise Lotte Gluud, MD, DMSc., associate professor
Surgical research responsible
John Gásdal Karstensen, MD, Ph.d., surgical section
Representative of the head of department
Inge Nordgaard-Lassen and Inger Sørensen
Annette Strømfeldt, leader of department 316
Members of the pancreatic team
Erik Feldager, MD, Ph.d.
Bo Søndergaard, MD
Flemming Bendtsen, professor, MD, DMSci
Hans Timm, MD
Ulrik Becker, professor, MD, DMSci
Lars Lindgaard, MD, surgical section
The team supports the pancreatic related projects initiated at the Gastro Unit:
- Implementation of new treatment modalities,
- Implementation of the latest treatment results for patients with pancreatic diseases in daily practice
- Keep on qualifying their skills within this area
- Guide and teach the young researchers and doctors.
Fellows in training
Mikkel Werge, MD
Astrid Naver, MD
Amer Hadi, MD
Anders Borch, MD
The team has focus on:
- Keep on being scientific active
- Make scientific studies
- Publish research
- Keep on qualifying their skills within this area.
PACE nursing team
Sisse Rysgaard (nurse research at the department)
Joy Timmner (nurse research at the department)
Marianne Priskorn (out-patient clinic)
Helle Jensen (out-patient clinic)
Heidi Neumann (out-patient clinic)
The teaching profile of the department
Our physicians train fellows in gastroenterology and hepatology, in benign pancreatic diseases and endoscopy.
We teach intensivists, intensive care nurses and up-coming gastroenterologic nurses.
We have contributed to clinical regional, national and international guidelines for the treatment of acute and chronic pancreatitis.
We have initiated a patient school for patients with chronic pancreatitis where physicians and nurses teach patients and their relatives about chronic pancreatitis, their complications, nutrition, smoking, alcohol and coping with the disease.