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    Post-Doc in Biophysical Chemistry (1977-1979), Stanford University, Prof. H. M. McConnell.  Studied membrane biophysics and immunochemistry.

    Ph.D. in Biophysical Chemistry (1977), Cornell University, Prof. H. A. Scheraga.  Thesis ("Monte-Carlo calculations on Liquids") was a computer simulation molecular fluids such as water and aqueous solutions, investigating intermolecular interactions and thermodynamics.

    B.S. and M.S. in Biochemistry (1968), Michigan State University, Prof. H. A. Lillevik.  M.S. thesis ("Studies on the Isolation of Beta-Casein and the Inactivation of Crystalline Rennin") involved the isolation of a milk protein and enzymology related to the protein.