Birthdate: December 5, 1951.
1969-1971: Clark University.
1971-1973: Michigan State University; B.S. Physics.
1973-1978: Michigan State University; Ph.D. Zoology/Neuroscience.
Research and Professional Experience:
1979-1981: NIMH Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Anatomy Department,
University of Michigan.
1981-1984: Assistant Research Scientist, Neuroscience Department,
University of Florida.
1984-1990: Assistant Professor, Department of Physiological Sciences,
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida.
1990-present: Associate Professor, Department of Physiological
Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida.
1974-1977: Predoctoral Fellowship, NSF: "Neuronal pathways involved
in leg position learning in the cockroach".
1979-1981: Postdoctoral Fellowship, NIMH: "Neuroanatomical organization
of agranular insular cerebral cortex in the hamster".
1981-1984: Assistant Research Scientist, NIAAA: "Quantitative
analysis of neuronal connections of the hippocampus following
chronic ethanol treatment".
1984-1987: Principal Investigator, Research Grant, NIAAA: "Chronic
ethanol and altered neuroanatomy in the rat".
1985-1988: Co-Principal Investigator, Research Grant, NSF: "Mammalian
phylogeny through brain traits and DNA similarities".
1988: Co-Prinicipal Investigator, NIH-DRR: "Zeiss IBAS 2000 image
analysis system (Instrumentation Grant)". 1988-1991: Co-investigator,
Research Grant, NIH: "Respiratory afferent projections to the
1991-1994: Principal Investigator, Research Grant, NSF: "Manatee
cerebral cortex and comparative volumetrics".
1996: Principal Investigator, Research Grant, Maryland Psychiatric
Research Center: "Neuroanatomical connections of medial agranular
and posterior parietal cortex in prairie voles".
1997: Principal Investigator, Research Grant, Save the Manatee
Club: "Florida manatee: reproductive endocrinology and behavior".
1998 : Principal Investigator, Research Grant, US Fish and Wildlife
Service: "Endocrinology and behavior of Florida Manatee reproduction".
2000-2003: Co-Principal Investigator, NIMH: "Role of dorsocentral
striatum in neglect and recovery".