Jeffrey Nelson Pan is currently a third-year Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) student at the University of Connecticut - School of Dental Medicine. He graduated from Boston University’s College of Art and Sciences in 2012 magna cum laude Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with High Distinction in Scientific Research entitled, “Alzheimer’s Disease and Neuron Growth.” Jeffrey attended Melrose’s Horace Mann School and Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School. In 2008, he graduated from St. John’s Preparatory School with honors, a recipient of an Academic Award of Excellence in Physics, a member of the National Honor Society, a first baseman on the St. John’s Prep baseball team, and he was on many volunteer organizations. Upon receiving his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree in 2016, Jeffrey plans to practice family and cosmetic dentistry with his parents, Dr. Nelson Pan and Dr. Debra Pan.
Massachusetts Local Freemasons along with Dr. Nelson Pan of Melrose
Provide MYCHIP Child Identification Program at Victorian Fair
On Sunday, September 9, 2014, at the Melrose Victorian Fair, Dr. Nelson Pan, volunteered his time with the local Freemasons to help with the MYCHIP program - Masonic Youth Child Identification Program.
MYCHIP provides tools to help law enforcement identify a lost or missing child through videotape, fingerprinting, toothprints and DNA cheek swabs. The Masons of Massachusetts, partnering with the Massachusetts Crime Prevention Officers Association and the Massachusetts Dental Society donate MYCHIP resources to make this free service available to the public.
Dr. Pan had a fun and productive day!
Yankee Dental Congress
Dr. Pan lectured on CEREC 3-D Computerized Digital Dentistry
for Single-Visit Porcelain Crowns and Veneers at YDC 2015 in Boston