Bachelor’s degree – Experimental Psychology – Brown University; Master’s Degree – Physiological Psychology from Emory University; Ph. D. – Biopsychology from University of Georgia; Post doctorate – Neuroendocrinology from University of Connecticut.
I spent more than 38 years working for the Wadsworth Center of the New York State Department of Health in Albany. The majority of my efforts involved study of the neurological effects of environmental contaminants, including PCBs, methyl mercury and pesticides using cells in culture, laboratory animals and humans. I have also studied the role of sex (biological differences) in neurological diseases.
I spend summers on Schroon Lake with my wife, Donna.