DOCTOR of MEDICINE (MD) - University of Leeds (UK), by research thesis, 1974.
Title: “Airsickness during Flying Training”. A research program into various aspects of motion sickness, resulting in a successful cognitive-behavioral method of managing aircrew grounded with intractable airsickness, and an in-depth investigation of cupulometry.
DOCTOR of PHILOSOPHY (PhD) - University of Leeds (UK), by research thesis, 1992.
Title: “Indirect Measurement of Cardiac Output in Man”. A research program to investigate, evaluate and develop an indirect respiratory method of measuring cardiac output in man.
DOCTOR of SCIENCE (DSc) – University of Leeds (UK), by research thesis, 2005.
Title: “Motion Effects on the Human Body”. Volume I: Published Work and Current Research. Volume II: Motion Sickness – A Motion Adaptation Syndrome.
BACHELOR of MEDICINE and BACHELOR of SURGERY (MB ChB) - University of Leeds, (UK), 1950.
University and School of Medicine, Leeds, 1940-1942 & 1946-1950.
(During 1942 to 1946, volunteer WW II operational pilot in Europe, India and Burma).
Member of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians (MFOM [RCP]).
Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society (FRAeS).
Full member of the International Academy of Aviation and Space Medicine (MIAASM).
Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI).
Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CCBT).
PROFESSOR & DIRECTOR and HUMAN ENGINEERING HEAD NATIONAL BIODYNAMICS LABORATORY, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
1 October 1996 to present.
PROFESSOR - RESEARCH in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, COLLEGE of ENGINEERING, University of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
CLINICAL PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT of PSYCHOLOGY, University of New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR in the DEPARTMENT of CELL BIOLOGY and ANATOMY, Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
PRINCIPAL RESEARCH FELLOW, SCHOOL of BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES, University of Leeds, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UK.
LECTURER in HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING to Graduate and Undergraduate Courses in NAVAL ARCHITECTURE and MARINE ENGINEERING at University of New Orleans.
SCIENTIFIC REVIEWER as required: Journal of Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, Journal of Perceptual Motor Skills, Psychological Reports