Adjunct Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
217 Sackett Hall
Ph.D. in biomedical engineering, University of Kentucky, 1996.
M.D., Dalhousie University, 1979.
M.Sc. in engineering mechanics, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1975.
B.Sc. in engineering science, Tennessee Technological University, 1974.
Original appointment as adjunct assistant professor - 1996
Portion of time committed to teaching- 10 percent.
Portion of time committed to research and scholarly activities - not applicable.
Portion of time committed to institutional and professional service - 5 percent.
1980-present, family practice physician, Irvington, Kentucky.
1979-1980, rotating internship, Dalhousie Medical School Affiliated Hospitals, Halifax, Canada.
Consulting and Patents
Scientific and Professional Societies
- National Medical Board Diplomat, 1980
- L.M.C.C. Examination, Canada, 1979
- Engineer-in-Training, Tennessee, 1974
Honors and Awards
- Honors graduate, M.Sc. and B.Sc., 1975
- Phi Kappa Phi, 1975
- Kappa Mu Epsilon (National Mathematics Honor Society), 1975
- Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society), 1975
- Georgia Institute of Technology President’s Fellowship, 1974
- Tennessee Technological University Joint Engineering Council Fellowship, 1973
Institutional and Professional Service
Professional Development Activities