Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy in Molecular Biology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada, 1984.
Computer programming instructor, Simon Fraser U., Burnaby, 1979; biology research assistant, Simon Fraser U., Burnaby, 1979-1980; physiology teaching assistant, Simon Fraser U., Burnaby, 1980; graduate fellow department biology, Simon Fraser U., Burnaby, 1980-1984; from postdoctoral associate to associate Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Rockefeller U., New York City, 1985-1987; senior research scientist, Lederle Laboratory, Pearl River, New York, 1987-1990; group leader eukaryotic gene expression, Lederle Laboratory, Pearl River, New York, 1992-1993; director vector biology and development, GenVec, Inc., Rockville, Maryland., 1993-1995; vice president discovery research, GenVec, Inc., Rockville, Maryland., since 1995. Project manager neurotrophic factors Lederle Laboratory, Pearl River, 1990-1993;adjunct assistant professor microbiology and immunology New York Medical College, Valhalla, 1990-1993.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, American Society Microbiology.
Married Cyndy Creemer, June 24, 1976.