Current: Cleveland Clinic
Previous: National Institues of Health
Education: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
I trained in the Neuroscience Department of the University of Pittsburgh Medical School followed by a Post-Doc at NINDS, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. This is where I learned confocal microscopy on one of the first commercial instruments. I joined Cleveland Clinic to establish an Imaging Core when Shared Facilities were still quite novel. Currently I am Full Staff (Professor) and Director of the Cleveland Clinic Imaging Core as well as Associate Director of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Cytometry and Imaging Core. I am the microscopist on the Engineering Panel for the Light Microscopy Module of the International Space Station. I have been fascinated by microscopy tools since I was an undergraduate and continue to be thrilled by the dramatic advances in imaging technology in recent year.