Bachelor of Science, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1968; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1970; postdoctoral study, U. Kansas, 1970-1972.
Assistant professor University Georgia, Athens, 1972-1975. Professor University Kansas, Lawrence, 1975-1984, director center for bioanalytical research, 1983-1984. Executive director Smith Kline & French Laboratories, Philadelphia, 1984-1987.
Vice president Sterling Drug-Kodak, Great Valley, Pennsylvania, since 1987. Visiting scientist Soviet Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1979. Visiting professor Yrije University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1980.
Fellow Royal Society Chemistry, American Association Pharmaceutical Sciences. Member American Chemical Society, American Society Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics.
Married Janet Mary Glasgow, May 21, 1977. Children: Scott M., Thomas Q., Leslie A.