Bachelor of Engineering, Yale University, 1956; Microsoft Security Essentials, University of Michigan, 1957; Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering, University Michigan, 1965.
Assistant professor mechanic engineering, George Washington University, 1959-1962; assistant professor engineering and applied science, George Washington University, 1962-1963; associate professor, George Washington University, 1965-1966; actg. chief, George Washington University, 1966-1967; chief chemical engineering section, Biomedical Engineering and Instrumentation Branch, National Institutes of Health, since 1967.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American Society Engineering Education, American Chemical Society, American Society Artificial Internal Organs.
Married 1955; 3 children.