A Bay Area native, Dr. Pan completed his higher education in the state of New York. After earning his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering from Columbia University, he obtained his medical degree from the State University of New York Stony Brook. He then completed his urology residency at Yale New-Haven Hospital, which was followed by a fellowship in sexual medicine and male infertility at Boston Medical Center.
Throughout his training, Dr. Pan actively participated in clinical research focusing on prosthetic surgery, infertility, stone disease, and genitourinary cancers. His efforts resulted in multiple publications in peer reviewed journals. Dr. Pan’s clinical interests include sexual dysfunction, hypogonadism, male factor infertility, as well as general urology. He has extensive experience in penile prosthetic surgery, microsurgical reconstruction (vasectomy reversal), in addition to minimally invasive general urologic procedures. In his spare time, Dr. Pan enjoys playing frisbee golf and real time strategy games. He is also working towards visiting every national park in the United States.