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Pancreas and Biliary Center

The Pancreas and Biliary Center at University of Colorado Hospital is a joint multi-disciplinary initiative between the CU Cancer Center and the departments of Surgery, Medical Oncology, Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Gastroenterology, and Pathology.

Our integrated approach enables precise detection, diagnosis, treatment, and management of your condition.

We have the region's only NCI-designated cancer center

We offer advanced treatments for patients with a range of pancreas and biliary conditions including cancer, cysts, and pancreatitis.

Call us today at 1-855-824-7262

Our Multidisciplinary Clinics

Pancreas & Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic at UCH Pancreas Cyst Multidisciplinary Clinic at UCH

Meet Our Providers

Richard Schulick, MD

"I hate cancer more than anyone else and I want to see it completely eradicated."

Barish Edil, MD

"My patients know that they will have somebody they can rely on."

Martin McCarter, MD

"Ultimately, my passion for medicine comes from my desire to help other people."

Norio Fukami, MD

"You have to get a good relationship with the patient . . . doctor-patient communication should be two-way, not one-way."

Csaba Gajdos, MD

"The patient-physician relationship has to be an agreement of trust."

Cheryl Meguid, DNP, ACNP

Cheryl Meguid, DNP

Clinical Director, Pancreas & Biliary Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic and Pancreas Cyst Multidisciplinary Clinic


Dr. Cheryl Meguid recently joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of GI, Tumor and Endocrine Surgery at University of Colorado Hospital.


She received her B.S. in Nursing from Towson University in Maryland.  She worked as a bedside nurse in surgical oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital while obtaining her Master's degree in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.  After completing the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program, she worked as both an inpatient and outpatient nurse practitioner on the Hepatobiliary Surgery service.


In 2010, she moved to Seattle and established and ran a pre-operative patient screening clinic.  At that time she pursued her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree at the University of Washington, which she completed in 2012.


Dr. Meguid aims to improve the multidisciplinary approach to pancreas & biliary disease and hopes to promote the use of Nurse Practitioners in this setting.  She is also working with pancreas specialists to promote and improve early diagnosis and expedited treatment of pancreas and biliary disease.