Jing-Yu Pan was born in Shanghai, China and moved at the age of 4 to Nutley, NJ, where she lived until she graduated from high school. She attended Wellesley College, graduated with a BA in neuroscience, and worked in Alzheimer’s research between college and medical school. Jing went to UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (now Rutgers Medical School) in Piscataway, NJ for medical school. She went on to Internal Medicine Residency at Montefiore Medical Center where her ambulatory clinic was based at the Family Care Center. After residency, Jing was hired as an Attending Hospitalist at San Francisco General Hospital, where in additional to doing direct clinical care, she also taught medical students and residents from UCSF. After working there for approximately 4 years, she returned to Montefiore Medical Center to work as a Clinician-Educator in PAC. Since returning to Montefiore, she has done both medical student and resident teaching. During the 2018-2019 academic year, she was the 3rd year Medicine Clerkship site director at Moses. Her major academic interests including: teaching clinical reasoning and the medical treatment of obesity. Outside of medicine, she enjoys eating/cooking, travel, reading with her book club, socializing, and skiing.