Fushih Pan

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Fushih Pan
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Born Taipei, Taiwan
Fields Plastic Surgery, Chemistry
Institutions National Taiwan University University of Chicago University of Pennsylvania
Alma mater National Taiwan University, BS, University of Chicago, M.D. and PhD
Known for development of MIRA Procedure, (Minimally Invasive Reconstructive Angiography)

Fushih Pan (born October 17, 1957) is a Taiwanese plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.[citation needed] Fushih Pan is also certified by the National Board of General Surgery of Taiwan and the Board of Plastic Surgery Specialist of the U.A.E.

Life[edit]

Fushih Pan was born in Taipei, Taiwan the 17 of October 1957. He has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the National Taiwan University in 1979, and a M.D. and Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Chicago through 1986-1989. He completed all of his doctoral qualifications in the United States where he resided as a plastic surgeon in many hospitals and as an instructor in the department of plastic surgery in the University of Pennsylvania.

Fushih Pan represented Taiwan as a team member for the Physicians for Peace organization and Northwest Medical to offer medical skills and advice in Developing Countries who were in the state of war like Estonia, Mexico, and Honduras from 1993 to 1994.

Fushih Pan returned to Taiwan in 1995. There he established a clinic where he currently performs plastic surgery. During the following the years Fushih Pan has taken part in many research projects along with the University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania as well as the National Taiwan University.

His most recent research on stem cell tracking using mesoporous nanoparticles, binding of short chain peptides on to gold and silver nanoparticles as a platform of biomarkers, and modification of MSC[disambiguation needed] differentiation using nanopeptides in the National Taiwan University, have led him to the development of the MIRA Procedure in 2009.

The MIRA Procedure is a multidisciplinary method for treating many chronic disease such as heart or liver failure. This procedure has also proved to be useful in the field of cosmetic surgery as it has spawned a successful alternative to a facelift known as the MIRA Lift.

Awards and Honors[edit]

Publications[edit]

  • Synthesis of Biomaterial for Complex Wound using ADSC and Nanopeptide, Advance Material (Submitted, 2008)
  • The Levator Septi Nasi Muscle and Its Clinical Significance, R. Song, H. Ma, and F. Pan, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 109: 1707 (2002)
  • Patent 174895, Long Action Mechanical Device for the Augmentation of Female Breast. Taiwan Patent Bureau, Taipei, Taiwan
  • The Effect of Intraorbital Pressure on Orbital Growth in the Anophthalmic Piglet, B. Reedy, F. Pan, W. Kim, and S. Bartlett, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 104: 713 (1999)
  • Properties of Coralline Hydroxyapatitie and Expanded Polytetrafluoroethylene Membrane in the Immature Craniofacial Skeleton, B. Reedy, F. Pan, W. Kim, F. Gannon, A. Krasinskas, and S. Bartlett, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 103: 20 (1999)
  • The superior Auricular Artery and Retroauricular Arterial Island Flaps, R. Song, Y. Song, K. Qi, H. Jiang and F. Pan, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 98: 657 (1996)
  • Thermal Response of the Epidermis to Surface Gels. L.M. Krieger, F. Pan, and R. C. Lee, Surgical Forum, American College of Surgeons 738 (1993)
  • Surfactant-Induced Sealing of Electropermeabilized Skeletal Muscle Membranes In Vivo. R.C. Lee, L.P. River, F. Pan, L. Ji, and R.L. Wollmann. Proceeding of National Academia of Science. 89, 4524(1992)[1]
  • Studies of Yeast Cell Oxygenation and Energetics Using NADH Laser Fluorimetry. F. Pan, S. Chen, B. Mintzer, C.T. Chen, M. Wylam, and P. Schumacker. Proceeding of SPIE (1990)[2]
  • A Study of Radial Distribution of Molecular Ions in the Positive Column of D.C. Glow Discharges Using Infrared Spectroscopy. F. Pan. And T. Oka. Physical Review A 36. 2297(1987)[3]
  • Studies of Weakly Ionized Gases: Spectroscopy of H3+ and Plasma Diagnostics Using ArH +, Thesis, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, US
  • Forbidden Transition of H3+., F. Pan and T. Oka. Astrophysical Journal 305,518(1986)[4]
  • The Infrared Spectrum of the V2 Band of the H3+ Molecular Ion. J.K.G. Watson, S.C. Foster, A.R.W. McKeller, P. Bernath, T. Amano, F. Pan, M.W. Crofton, R.S. Altman, and T. Oka. Canadian Journal of Physics 84, 91(1984)
  • Doppler Shift and Ion Mobility Measurement of ArH+ in a He D.C. Glow Discharge by Infrared Spectroscopy. N.N. Haese, F. Pan and T. Oka. Physical Review Letters 50, 1575(1983)[5]
  • Synthesis and Cytoplasmic Transfer Rates of RNA Molecules in Mononuclear And Sendai Virus-Induced Multinuclear Cells. I. Pan, P.C. Chang, and F. Pan. Cell Structure and Function 4, 91(1979)

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