Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery (HPB) Research

Innovative Research to Treat
HPB Conditions

The Johns Hopkins Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) Surgery Research Program is one of the leading HPB surgery research initiatives that continue to make advancements in the surgical treatment of cancer and diseases in the pancreas, liver, gallbladder and bile duct. Our research translates into clinical care, providing patients with more treatment options.

Areas of Research

  • Clinical Research

    Learn more about our clinical HPB surgery research exploring areas from robotic surgery versus open whipple clinical trial and intraoperative IPMN disease using pancreatoscopy.

  • Liver Cancer and Disease

    Learn more information about our latest research initiatives for liver cancer and disease surgical treatment.

    hpb surgery research - surgeon looking at monitor in operating room
  • Organoid Cancer Research

    Patient-derived cancer model systems, such as organoids, allow us to innovate towards novel strategies to identify, study and treat cancer.

    hpb surger researfch - image of organoid cells under microscope

Collaborate With Us

Contact our laboratory technologist, Jignasha Patel, for more information about the lab and collaborative research opportunities.

Publications From Our Experts

Read published articles from our HPB experts.