Bachelor, Yale University, 1969; Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1973.
Resident in pediatrics, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1973-1975; visiting fellow in pediatrics, Nutrition Research Institute, Lima, Peru, 1975-1976; resident in pediatrics and neurology, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, 1976-1977; resident in neurology, Strong Memorial Hospital/U. Rochester Medical Center, 1977-1979; instructor neurology Medical School, Harvard University, Boston, since 1979; assistant neurology, Children's Hospital, Boston, 1979-1988; executive vice president, Computers in Medicine, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983-1985; president, chief Executive officer, Medical Strategies, Inc., Cambridge, 1986-1992; chairman, Medical Strategies, Inc., Cambridge, 1992-1994; president academic software public, Medico, Inc., since 1994. Senior associate neurology Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, since 1981.
Member American Academy Neurology, Eastern Association Electroencephalography.
Married Barbara Wallraff, April 25, 1992.