Title: President, Applied Biology Executive
Company: Androscore Corporation
Location: Alzada, Montana, United States
Ronald Ericsson, Applied Biology Executive and President at Androscore Corporation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of applied biology.
Dr. Ericsson began his higher education at Colorado State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in 1957. He enlisted in the United States Army Reserve, where he rose to the rank of Captain, from 1958 until his honorable discharge in 1968. He continued his education throughout his military service, earning a Master of Science from the University of Kentucky in 1961 and a PhD from the same university in 1964. Dr. Ericsson then began as a senior research scientist at Upjohn Company, where he worked until 1971. At the same time, he started his career as an educator, working as an adjunct associate professor at Western Michigan University. Working abroad, he became a special consultant for Schering AG, a German company, in 1971. He continued, starting in 1973 as an investigator at the Institute for Research in Human Reproduction, located in Iran.
In 1974, Dr. Ericsson returned to the United States, working as president of Gametrics Limited. He relocated to Montana in 1985, continuing to work at Gametrics Limited, and in 1987, he took on an additional role as president of Androscore Corporation. He holds several patents in methods for preventing impregnation, controlling fertility, and sperm fractionation and storage. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Association of Tissue Banks, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and the Society for the Advancement of Contraception, among others. He co-authored “Getting Pregnant in the 1980s” in 1982, and has contributed to more than 75 publications in journals and textbooks. Dr. Ericsson’s success, experience, and stature solidify him as an esteemed scientist in his field.
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