Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1949; Doctor of Medicine, Columbia University, 1953.
Intern, Montefiore Hospital, Bronx, New York, 1953-1954;
psychiatric resident, Eastern State Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1954-1955;
psychiatric resident, Massachusetts Memorial Hospital, Boston, 1956-1957;
consultant psychiatrist, Massachusetts Department Corrections, 1957;
fellow student health psychiatry, University of California, Berkeley, 1957-1958;
practice medicine specializing in psychiatry, Berkeley, 1958-1974;
staff psychiatrist, Kaiser Hospital, Oakland, California, 1958-1962;
staff psychiatrist, Cowell Memorial Hospital, University of California, Berkeley, 1958-1962;
consultant psychiatrist, Bureau Indian Affairs, Department Interior, 1967-1968;
program chief, Berkeley Mental Health Services, 1968-1971;
deputy commissioner, Indiana Department Mental Health, Indianapolis, 1974-1976;
commissioner, Connecticut Department Mental Health, Hartford, 1976-1981;
professor, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, 1981-1993;
professor emeritus, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, since 1994;
assistant clinical professor psychiatry, University of California Medical School, San Francisco, 1958-1974;
associate clinical professor psychiatry, U. Indiana Medical School, Indianapolis, 1975-1976;
clinical professor psychiatry, U. Connecticut Medical School, Farmington, 1978-1981;
clinical professor psychiatry, Yale University Medical School, 1979-1981. Consultant Assembly Science Advisory Council, California Legislature, 1970. Chairman Bay Area region California Conference Local Mental Health Dirs., 1970-1971.
General partner Vanguard Investments, Berkeley, 1971-1978.
Board of directors American Civil Liberties Union, Berkeley, 1960-1965. Member task force on access and barrier President's Commision on Mental Health, 1977. Member psychiatry panel Graduate Medical Education National Advisory Committee, 1979-1981.
Board directors National Association State Mental Health Program Dirs., 1978-1981. With United States Navy, 1944-1946. Fellow American Psychiatric Association (consultant task force on government relations 1973-1976, Chairman of Commission public information 1975-1976, member committee certified in administrative psychiatry 1979-1982, chairman task force on problems of Americans overseas 1984-1988, chairman task force on joint meeting with German Psychiatric Society, 1989-1990).
Member Northern California Psychiatric Society (Chairman of Commission law and legislation 1968-1972, federal legislation representative 1972-1974, councillor 1972-1973, president-elect 1973-1974, Chairman of Commission on international abuse of psychiatry 1997-1998), California Med.Assn. (alternate delegate 1968-1971), Alameda-Contra Costa Medical Association (chairman mental health committee 1972).
Married Eloine Raab, September 5, 1976.