Marc Pan, MD. DDS

Dr. Pan was born in Beijing, China and moved to America in 1990. He grew up in Illinois, and attended University of Illinois at Champaign, Urbana IL. He graduated with BS in molecular cell biology, and was awarded with Bronze Tablet award that’s only given to top 3% of the class with near 4.0 GPA. After graduated, he was accepted to prestigious Columbia School of Dental and Oral Surgery for his doctor in dental medicine training. He continued his post graduate training in oral and maxillofacial surgery in Mount Saini Medical School, where he received his medical degree in addition to his dental degree.

Dr. Pan practices full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery with special interests in dental implant, bone graft and dentoalveolar surgeries. He is also fluent in both Mandarin and English. Dr. Pan currently seeing patient as part time doctor in New York office only.

Dr. Pan currently resides in Glen Cove, Long Island with his wife. When not working, he is an avid enthusiast in visual arts including drawing as well as photography. He is also a big basketball fan that participates both on court and off court regularly, and follows up all NBA news.

Professional Affiliation:
American Dental Association
American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
New York State Dental Association
New York State Oral Surgery Association
New York County Dental Society
Chinese American Dental Association
Chinese American Independent Practice Association

Professional Publications and Presentations
“Intraoral Dermoid Cyst in an Infant: A Case Report”
“Stem cell based soft tissue grafts for Plastic and Reconstructive surgeries”
“In Vivo tracking of Human Mesenchymal cells with Bioconjugated Quantum Dots”

Presented research at Birmberg Poster Competition 2008-2009
Selected to present research on drosophilae brain plasticity at the Pfizer Groton/New London Laboratories in Groton, Connecticut

Recipient of the 2007 Columbia Predoctoral Summer Research Training Fellowship
Recipient of the 2004 Pfizer Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship