Born on June 4 in Boston, MA.
Is elected to the German National Honor Society, Delta Phi Alpha.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in geography from Clark University.
Earns a Certificate of Training in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University.
Works within a research group for nuclear cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA until 1981.
Achieves a Master of Public Health in health services administration from Boston University.
Is a rate analyst for the Illinois Health Finance Authority in Chicago, IL until 1982.
Is an administrator, chief technologist and instructor in the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Dept. of Radiology at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, IL until 1992.
Is an instructor and supervisor of nuclear medicine at Barnes Jewish Christian Hospital, BJC HealthCare and the Washington Univ. School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO until 1994.
Is a nuclear medicine technologist at MTS Health Care Services in Naperville, IL until 1996.
Marries Carol Wilcox on August 10.
Is a technologist in the Dept. of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago, IL until 1997.
Is an administrator, instructor and chief technologist in the Dept. of Nuclear Medicine at the University Hospital of Zurich in Switzerland until 2002.
Receives Third Prize for Oral Presentation at the Society of Nuclear Medicine 46th Meeting.
Is a lead nuclear medicine technologist, nuclear cardiology technical supervisor and instructor at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA until 2004.
Is a senior staff PET/CT technologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA through today.
Is a faculty lecturer at Gateway Community College.
Receives a fellowship from the Goethe Institute in Berlin, Germany.
Teaches as an adjunct professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.
Is a lecturer at Regis College.