Bachelor of Science, City College of New York, 1932. Master of Science, New York University, 1933. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1938.
Teaching fellow, assistant instructor chemistry New York University, 1935—1938. Research assistant department therapeutics, 1938—1939. Special agent analytical chemist Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, 1939—1944.
Toxicologist Chief Medical Examiner, Maryland, 1944—1972. Adjunct professor chemistry Loyola College, Baltimore, 1946—1972. Professor, 1972—1978.
Professor emeritus, since 1978. Chairman department chemistry, 1977—1978. Associate instructor Maryland State Police Training School, since 1941.
Instructor Baltimore City Police Academy, 1942—1970. Assistant professor legal medicine University Maryland School Medicine, 1949—1957. Associate professor forensic pathology, 1957—1973.
Guest lecturer department legal medicine Harvard University, 1949—1955. Associate in forensic pathology Johns Hopkins School Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, 1955—1973. Adjunct associate professor pharmacology and toxicology School Pharmacy, University Maryland, 1970.
Board directors Combined Industry and Commerce Health Appeal, Baltimore, since 1981. Fellow: American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member: X-Federal Bureau of Investigation Agents Club (chairman Baltimore 1953-1954), International Association Forensic Toxicologists, American Academy Forensic Sciences (chairman toxicology section 1955-1957, Alexander O. Gettler award 1984), American Chemical Society (chairman Maryland section 1956, Maryland Chemist award 1977), Beta Beta Beta, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sigma Xi.
Married Madeleine L. McGlynn, October 14, 1939 (deceased 1980). Children: Kenneth, Karen, Judy, Mary, Joanne.