Helping build and strengthen
I work with nonprofit scientific research institutions, and together, we envision the future and improve research enterprise strategy and
These collaborations help institutions better achieve the goals of their research efforts, including advancing knowledge, translating scientific discoveries, and improving human health.
I specialize in the strategic design and management of research organizations and infrastructure, including:
I provide consulting services through the firm, Research Endurance.
Illustrative service offerings are outlined below.
Selected research institutions with which I have worked include:
City of Hope
Colorado State University
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Georgia Institute of Technology
Hospital for Special Surgery
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego
University of Alaska
University of Chicago
University of Georgia
University of Massachusetts
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Rochester Medical Center
Washington University in St. Louis
President, Research Endurance
I help institutions build and strengthen research organizations and infrastructure. For over 20 years, I have worked with universities, academic medical centers, hospitals, independent research institutes, and other nonprofit scientific research institutions to address challenges and opportunities related to research enterprise strategy, management, and operations.
Leaders and faculty/scientists rely on my understanding of academic and research organizations and cultures to assess their competitive positions, develop and implement strategies, design and launch new research organizations, craft partnerships, and improve operations.
I have led consulting engagements at over 50 research institutions, and I strive to advance institutions’ pursuit of research excellence while maintaining focus on strategic investment of limited resources.
I have published papers and delivered presentations across multiple research strategy, leadership, and management areas. I also authored the book, Catalyzing Research: Research Leaders and the Complex Faculty/Administration Interface. This guide for research leaders focuses on the complex, challenging interface between faculty and administration, examining four areas: core research facilities, research centers and institutes, research development, and strategic research investment.
I hold a B.S. in Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology, an M.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics from the University of Pennsylvania, and an M.A. in Science, Technology, and Public Policy from The George Washington University.
I live in the Atlanta area with my wife and daughters. In my free time, I enjoy mountain trail running and participate in mountain endurance races and adventures internationally.