Bachelor, Oregon State University, 1963. Doctor of Medicine, University Kansas, 1967. Master in Public Health, Harvard University, 1969.
Master of Science, Harvard University, 1973.
Research fellow department pharmacology, Stanford University Medical School, Palo Alto, California, 1962;
research fellow department physiology, U. Kansas Medical School, 1964;
intern, Medical Center Hospital Vermont, Burlington, 1967-1968;
resident in general preventive medicine, Harvard School Public Health, 1968-1969, 71-72;
medical epidemiologist malaria program, Center for Disease Control, Kathmandu, Nepal, 1969-1971;
teaching fellow department prevention and social medicine, Harvard Medical School, 1972-1973;
assistant dean, U. Massachusetts Medical School, 1973-1975;
assistant professor department family and community medicine, U. Massachusetts Medical School, 1973-1976;
acting dean students, U. Massachusetts Medical School, 1975-1976;
associate professor department family and community medicine, U. Massachusetts Medical School, 1976-1982;
state epidemiologist and director, Bureau Epidemiology and Disease Prevention, Pennsylvania Department Health, 1982-1985;
medical officer programming and training unit malaria action programme, World Health Organization, 1985-1989;
medical officer operational research unit, division central of tropical diseases, World Health Organization, 1990-1992;
medical epidemiologist, Indian Health Svc., Oklahoma City area, since 1992. Consultant curriculum development project Harvard University, Boston, Insect Control and Research Bureau Inc., Baltimore, Minority Student Admissions Project of Orkand Corporation, Silver Springs, Maryland., Public Affairs Research Center, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts. Adjunct lecturer health studies, health planning and administration program Pennsylvania State University, 1983-1986, clinical associate professor medicine, 1983-1986.
Adjunct associate professor epidemiology U. Pittsburgh, 1983-1987. Visiting associate professor biostatistics and epidemiology U. Oklahoma College Public Health, since 1992. Presenter in field.
With United States Army, 1956-1959, Korea. Member American Public Health Association (consultant international health programs division), American Association History Medicine, American College Preventive Medicine, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi.
Married Catherine Marie Gerritz, December 29, 1968. Children: Catrina Chalise, Christa Marie.