Education

1967-1971      Boston University, A.B. in Chemistry with Distinction

1971-1973      Harvard University, M.A. in Chemistry

1973-1976      Harvard University, Ph.D. in Biochemistry, (Thesis advisor: William N. Lipscomb)

1976-1977      Harvard University, Postdoctoral in Biochemistry (Advisors: W.N. Lipscomb and D.C. Wiley)

1983-1984      Brandeis University, Postdoctoral in Molecular Biology (Advisor: Robert Schleif)

Employment

1971-1975      Teaching Assistant, Harvard University, Department of Chemistry, (Part-time), Supervisor: Leonard K. Nash

1975-1977      Instructor/Lecturer in Chemistry, Harvard University, Department of Chemistry, (Part-time), Supervisor: Leonard K. Nash

1976-1977      Postdoctoral Research Associate, Harvard University, Department of Chemistry, (3/4 time),

                           Advisors: William N. Lipscomb and Don C. Wiley

1977-1982      Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Boston College, Department of Chemistry

1982-1984      Associate Professor of Chemistry, Boston College, Department of Chemistry

1983-1984      Research Associate in Molecular Biology, Brandeis University, Department of Biochemistry, Advisor: Robert F. Scheif

1984-present   Professor of Chemistry, Boston College, Department of Chemistry

1992-1994      Chairman, Department of Chemistry, Boston College

Honors

1972-1976      NIH Predoctoral Traineeship, Harvard University

1972                Teaching Fellow Award, Harvard University, Department of Chemistry

1982-1987      Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation

1983-1985      Sloan Fellowship, Sloan Foundation

1985-1990      NIH Research Career Development Award