AB, Stanford University, 1958; Doctor of Medicine, Stanford University, 1961; Master of Arts (honorary), Harvard University, 1990.
Surgical intern, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1961-1962;
assistant resident in surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1962-1965;
fellow in transplant biology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1965-1966;
senior resident in surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1969-1970;
chief resident in surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1970-1971;
assistant in surgical, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1971-1974;
assistant surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1975-1979;
chief vascular surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, since 1977;
research fellow in surgery Medical School, Harvard University, 1965-1966;
instructor in surgery Medical School, Harvard University, 1971-1973;
from assistant professor to associate professor, Harvard University, 1973-1989;
professor, Harvard University, since 1989. Assistant director Tissue Bank, Naval Medical Research Institute, Bethesda, Maryland., 1966-1969. Research affiliate Massachusetts Institute of Technology, since 1978.
Member United States technical advisory group International Standards Organisation, 1980. Member surgery and bioengineering study section National Institutes of Health, 1983-1987. Member ad hoc commission on reimbursement for non invasive peripheralvascular diagnostic studies Blue Shield Massachusetts, 1987.
Member emergency ward committee Massachusetts General Hospital, 1973, member house officer training committee Department Surgery, since 1974, member surgical research fellowship committee, since 1980, member bllod transfusion service committee, since 1990, others, associate visiting surgeon, 1980-1985, visiting surgeon, since 1986, director vascular research laboratory, since 1972, director clinical vascular laboratory and vascular laboratory unit, since 1976. Supervisor research activities, thesispreparation of research fellows Medical School Harvard University, 1975, advisory core clinical program, since 1976. Co-director Conference on Vascular Disorders, Palm Beach, Florida, 1980.
Lieutenant commander United States Marine Corps, 1966-1969, Vietnam, United States Naval Reserve. Fellow American Heart Association Council on Cardiovascular Surgery. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American College of Surgeons (commission on operating room environment 1977-1978, surgical forum program committee 1988-1990), International Society Applied Cardiovascular Biology, International Society Parenteral Nutrition, International Cardiovascular Society, American Surgical Association, Association Academy Surgery (commission on issues 1977-1978), Association Advancementof Medical Instrumentation, American Physiological Society, American Trauma Society, Society Vascular Surgery, Society for Cryobiology, New England Society Vascular Surgery (charter).
Married Cynthia Davison. Children: Sarah, Wallace.