A graduate of Washington & Lee University, the Medical University of South Carolina, and the Rutgers Business School, I hold a BA in Biology and Geology, a PhD in Molecular Biology, and an MBA in Pharmaceutical Management and Finance. As a professor and scientist, I have held faculty positions at the Medical University of South Carolina, Medical College of Georgia, and most recently, the New York University School of Medicine. An active writer, I have published nearly two dozen peer reviewed articles in medical and social science journals as well as scientific textbooks, manuals, and two full-length novels. Having founded a chapter of the international social responsibility organization "Net Impact" at the Rutgers Business School, I continue my involvement at the business school as student outreach chair on the alumni board. With an interest in the role of social capital in the non-profit/for-profit interface, I am currently involved in several projects in the technology transfer and financial services sectors as well as an executive student at the Harvard Kennedy School in the study of nonprofit strategy.
Undergraduate Degree: Washington & Lee University - Bachelor in Arts, Biology & Geology
Graduate Degree: Medical University of South Carolina - PHD, Molecular Biology
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