Medical professor who wrote the Blueprint for Immortality, which posits that the electro-dynamic fields of all living things control it's development and health. His research later led to the ability to electrically detect cancer cells.
He attended Sheffield Scientific School at Yale University.
He conducted research on cancer cells that form in the nervous system.
He married Jean Chandler with whom he had a son.
He was born in the same year as American astronomer Edwin Hubble.