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Baohan Pan, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Research Interests: Peripheral neuropathy; Diabetic neuropathy; Neuropathic pain
Dr. Baohan Pan received his medical degree from Henan Medical College in Zhengzhou, China. He then completed his Ph.D. in medicine in Oporto University School of Medicine, Portugal, before joining the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Dr. Baohan Pan focuses on peripheral neuropathy with a particular interest in neuropathic pain and in understanding the mechanisms of degeneration and regeneration of cutaneous nerves in peripheral neuropathic disorders. His expertise includes: developing new biomarkers for examinging skin biopsies, and investigating various factors influencing small fiber nerve regeneration using axotomy models in human and experimental animals.
- Assistant Professor of Neurology
Departments / Divisions
- Neurology - Neuromuscular Medicine
- M.D., Henan Medical University (China) (1984)
- Ph.D., University of Porto (Portugal) (1999)
Research & Publications
Selected PublicationsView all on Pubmed
Pan B, K Byrnes, M Schwartz, CD Hansen, C Campbell, M Krupiczojc, M Caterina, M Polydefkis - Peripheral neuropathic changes in pachyonychia congenital. Pain 2016
Ying L, Billiet J, Ebenezer GJ, Pan B, M Polydefkis - Factors influencing sweat gland innervation in diabetes. Neurology, 84:1652-9. 2015.
Pan B, Grunewald B, Nguyen T, Farah M, Polydefkis M, McDonald J, Schramm LP, Toyka KV, Höke A and Griffin JW - The lateral thoracic nerve and the cutaneous trunk muscle - a novel in vivo model system for nerve degeneration and regeneration studies. Exp. Neurol. 236:6-18, 2012.
Activities & Honors
- Best Student Award, 1984 - 1985
- Orient Foundation Fellowship, 1994 - 1995
- Society for Neuroscience, 1998 - 2008
- Peripheral Nerve Society, 2015
Videos & Media
Lectures and Presentations
“Alterations in keratinocytes and epidermal appendages in HIV associated peripheral sensory neuropathy”
Peripheral Nerve Society (PNS) Meeting
“Complex ganglosides in brain function and nerve regeneration”.
Lecture, China (01/01/2006)
“Myelin-associated glycoprotein and complex gangliosides mediate axon stability in the CNS and PNS”
Lecture, Portugal (01/01/2003)
University of Porto