(1901–1989) He qualified in dentistry at the University of Louisville and entered dental practice in Kentucky. In 1943 he was elected President of the American Association of Dental Examiners. He is most well known for advocating a new philosophy in dentistry and for his work and publications on occlusal rehabilitation. He retired from dental practice in 1969. In 1971 he was elected an honorary fellow of the Academy of Prosthodontists and in 1972 the Pankey Institute was established in his name to continue his educational philosophy.
http://www.pankey.org The Pankey Institute website.