Jason J Pan, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
- Phone: 314-362-8655
- Fax: 314-454-5108
- Transplant Hepatology Fellowship: University of Michigan (2022)
- Fellowship: Brown University Rhode Island Hospital (2021)
- Residency: Scripps Clinic/Scripps Green Hospital (2018)
- MD: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (2014)
Dr. Pan received his medical degree from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He completed his internal medicine residency at the Scripps Clinic/Scripps Green Hospital, where he was chosen to be the Chief Resident. During his gastroenterology fellowship at Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital, he was also selected to be the Chief Fellow. He then completed a transplant hepatology and advanced liver disease fellowship at the University of Michigan.
His passion for liver disease started in high school and the first years of medical school, volunteering for hepatitis B outreach and screening programs in local Chinese American communities. As a Chief Resident and Chief Fellow, he developed his teaching skills, leading morning report conferences, residents on rounds, and small group discussions with medical students. During his gastroenterology fellowship, his clinical knowledge and endoscopic skills helped him win first-place at the national 2019 EndoTitans endoscopy competition and finish as a finalist at the national 2019 GI Jeopardy competition. He also was invited to participate in the national academic debate at the 2021 Liver Meeting, debating the role of liver transplantation in patients with intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma. He has published papers on a variety of topics, including viral hepatitis C, acute liver failure, drug-induced liver injury, and liver transplantation. He feels it is both a privilege and necessity to take care of patients, address social disparities, and serve as a guide for patients in their darkest times.
Cirrhosis, Liver Transplantation, Liver Cancer, Fatty Liver Disease, Alcohol-related Liver Disease, Viral Hepatitis, Autoimmune Liver Diseases.