About Roger Ray
Roger Ray began international collaborations in 1974 as a visiting scientist in I. P. Pavlov’s original Department of Physiology, Institute for Experimental Medicine, Leningrad. He has also collaborated with U.S. and Soviet scientists on stress and baboon hypertension via the Primate Research Center, U. of Washington and the Beritashvili Institute of Physiology, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. Roger has published over 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, multimedia educational products, and several book chapters on behavioral systems analysis, cardiovascular psychophysiology, and artificially intelligent adaptive internet systems.
Roger also maintains a website
detailing his personal and professional interests.
Education and Experience
B.A., Rollins College 1962
Graduate Studies, University of Wisconsin, 1962-1964
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 1969
Joined Rollins College: 1969