Born to James and Retta (Shad) Lasseter in Jacksonville, FL.
Earns a Bachelor of Science from Stetson University.
Earns a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Florida.
Is an intern and resident in medicine at the University of Kentucky Medical Center through 1971.
Earns the Alpha Omega Alpha Research Award.
1971: Teaches as an assistant professor and later an associate professor of pharmacology and medicine at The University of Miami through 1981.
Serves as a U.S. Marine Corps Captain within the U.S. Army Reserve until his retirement in 1976.
Is the recipient of the William B. Peck Science Research Award from the Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association.
Marries Kathy G. Marks on Aug. 6.
Serves as vice president and medical director of Clinical Pharmacology Association Inc. in Miami, FL, through 2003.
Teaches as a clinical associate professor at The University of Miami through 2010.
Teaches as an adjunct associate professor of pharmacology at Barry University and maintains this role.
Is the vice president and medical director of SFBC International Inc. through 2006.
Serves as vice president and medical director of Clinical Pharmacology of Miami Inc. and maintains this role.
Receives the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.