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Adjunct Associate Professor Of Psychopharmacology
at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, New Orleans Campus
May 2018 - at Present
Teaching of Graduate Courses in Psychopharmacology
Associate Professor of Psychology
at Southern University Baton Rouge
August 1999 - at Present
1) Teaching. 2) Student Advisement. 3) Serving on student thesis committees. 4) Modifications of Physiological Psychology content to comply with standards for Louisiana Substance Abuse Certification Program. 5) Reassignment of all tenure-track faculty to comply with APA Accreditation standards. 6) Administrator of all Departmental IT operations/computer laboratory. 7) Courses taught: Physiological Psychology, Sensation and Perception, Psychopharmacology, Developmental Psychology, Advanced Statistics, Learning Theory, and History and Systems. 8) Publication of research in peer-reviewed, professional journals, book chapters, and conference presentations.
Adjunct Professor of Psychology
at Louisiana State University Baton Rouge Campus
August 1999 - at Present
When requested, I teach undergraduate courses in Psychology. Following the tremendous influx of students from the New Orleans Campus following hurricane Katrina (in 2005), I was teaching an average of four courses per semester for several years, including the following: 'Introductory Psychology (multiple sections)', 'History and Systems (multiple sections), 'Drugs and Behavior', and 'Psychological Theories of Learning'.
Toxicology and Behavioral Neuropharmacology Expert Witness
at Federal Arbitration Hearings (FMCS)
September 2017 - September 2018
Research and provide Expert Witness Testimony in Drug Related ADR Hearings: Most recent Testimony begins on Page 13 Below http://psiwebsubr.org/Prison_Award.pdf
National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) Postdoctoral Fellow
at University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Medicine, Dept.of Psychiatry & Human Behavior.
August 1997 - January 1999
My published research focused on investigating (on multiple levels of analysis, ranging from in vitro methods, such as radiolabeled ligand receptor binding assays, to immunofluorescence, up to behavioral analysis , including both Pavlovian, i.e., Conditioned Place Preference (CPP) and Operant behavioral measures, i.e., intravenous Drug Self Administration) relationships between binding affinities of dopaminergic agents at the Dopamine Reuptake Transporter (DAT), presynaptic dopaminergic autoreceptors, postsynaptic dopamine receptor subtypes, and concomitant, real time effects of those agents on Behavior --in both rodent and Rhesus Macaque animal models.
Ph.D. Behavioral Neuropharmacology
at Bingamton University
1991 - 1997 (6 years) New York
M.A. in Experimental Psychology
at West Chester University
1989 - 1991 (2 years) Pennsylvania
B.A. in Psychology
at Rowan University
1986 - 1989 (3 years) New Jersey
I have been teaching AP, Undergraduate, Graduate/Medical School courses in Neuroscience and Psychology for over 17 years. I have a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuropharmacology from Binghamton University, obtained tenure as an Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Southern University Baton Rouge where I teach undergraduate courses in Physiological Psychology, Sensation & Perception, Statistics and History & Systems in Psychology. I am also an adjunct professor of Psychology at Louisiana State University where I have taught those same courses as well as Psychopharmacology and Psychological Theories of Learning. Perhaps the best "PR" for my teaching abilities and enthusiasm can be found from the opinions of my students which be seen on professor rating sites.
I have a 24 hour cancellation policy, however, time permitting, I am often willing to offer "makeup" sessions. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve your learning goals.