Athletic Hall of Fame
- A three-year both-ways starter on the football team and a two-year starter for the baseball team at Rochester
- A repeat game-co-captain for both squads
- In football, he started both ways, as a guard, with a high blocking percentage, and as a defensive end, with a high tackling percentage
- An Honorable Mention ECAC Player of the Week during the peak of his football career
- In baseball, he was a left fielder and cleanup hitter for the Yellowjackets.
- At the peak of his baseball career, he was ranked third nationally in extra-base hits and was awarded Honorable Mention NCAA Player of the Week
- Earned his JD and MBA degrees from Harvard and Cornell
- A Former Principal Deputy Commissioner and COO (2nd-in-Command) of the US FDA in Washington, D.C.
- Currently Chief Executive Officer of Health Discovery Corporation, a software developer located in Boston
- Until recently, he taught healthcare policy and management at Harvard University, and was Founder and Faculty-Editor-in-Chief (CEO) of the American Journal of Law & Medicine
- The first Chairman of the Board of the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, and was given its Lifetime Membership Award
- Served a five-year term on the UofR’s Trustees Council and served as President of the U of R’s Greater Boston Alumni Council
- Resides on a small farm in Hanson, Massachusetts with his wife, Kate. They have five children.