Gwydyr Rd, Crieff, UK, PH7 4BS

This is the first of a series of health talks taking place on Friday 30th November and Saturday 1st December by Dr Robert Gan. This first talk addresses the importance of the frontal brain to communication with God.
Dr Gan was born in Singapore and grew up in Australia. Robert accepted the Lord Jesus as his personal Saviour through the ministry of the late HMS Richards Sr in 1961.

He studied for the pastoral ministry after completing high school, but left after 2 years to pursue a science course at the university and graduated with a degree in Toxicology (a study of poisons). he then continued his studies in dentistry and in general medicine. he graduated with the double degree in 1980, and did postgraduate work in reconstructive surgery. he is currently working as a consultant in the oral and maxillofacial surgery department in Inverness hospital, Scotland.

Robert’s interest in health and lifestyle began when the Loma Linda University published its classical survey in the 1980’s that showed Adventists on the average, lived longer than their counterparts in the community. As an extra-curricular activity, he studied Human Nutrition and Food Science and graduated as a clinical Nuntritionist in 1987. he has since then been actively promoting good health and lifestyle changes as a form of faith sharing to the secular population.

Robert is married to Cindy, a nursing director of a hospital in Melbourne, Australia. Together they have 5 grown up children; all have flown the nest. Robert reckons that retiring is the the motorcar industry. he is committed to serving the Lord till He comes.