is an outstanding researcher, statistician, excellent psychologist, and distinguished professor. Who has obtained his bachelor’s from University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and a master’s from Illinois Institute of Technology. Credited as an expert in research design and evaluation methods graduating from the best US program at Northwestern University.
He completed his fellowship in sleep disorders at Rush University, and public health prevention (master’s degree) at University of Illinois Medical Center, 2 years each of pre-medical sciences, and basic medical sciences.
Robert is a registered clinical psychologist, a certified school psychologist and on the National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology.
He is a sworn officer of the Circuit Court of Cook County-Juvenile Division.
He has published forty articles and chapters in books often coauthoring peer reviewed research with the leading professors in the world.
His work was quoted in Newsweek, New York Times, Chicago Tribune and Suntimes, and other print media as well as radio stations.
Robert often spoke to the world through ABC, NBC, CNN, FOX, and CBS.
Robert received Northwestern and Rush University Scholarships and the National Institute of Mental Health National Service Award.
He is a member of the Twenty First Century Two Thousand Most Prominent Scientists, Who’s Who in the: -World, -Midwest, -Professionals, -America, -Medicine and Healthcare, -Science and Engineering, Contemporary Who’s Who, and Delta Omega National Public Health Honorary Society.
Robert served on Mayor Daley’s Youth Violence Task Force with the mayor and his city’s chiefs of staff. National leaders have consulted him for his professional expertise.