Less Invasive Approaches for Pancreatic Cancer Surgery

The Whipple procedure is the major operation most commonly used to remove pancreatic tumors. Washington University hepatobiliary-pancreatic and gastrointestinal (HPB-GI) surgeons at Barnes-Jewish Hospital have worked for two decades to make the surgery safer. Now they are reducing the impact of the surgery through the use of minimally invasive techniques, thereby improving quality of life […]

HPB Fellowship Transitioned to 2-Year Program

The HPB fellowship has transitioned from a one-year to a two-year program. This change reflects the general trend toward more training in minimally invasive (MI) and laparoscopic surgery and supports the goal of Washington University to become one of the premier programs for training of minimally invasive hepatobiliary surgeons. The additional time will afford surgeons […]