Specifically, the majority of his research training has been in the molecular and immunologic aspects of herpes viruses and respiratory viruses that infect humans and animals. He
is licensed to practice medicine in Virginia and is a member of the VA Medical Society; College of American Pathologists and a member of the United States, Canadian and International
Academy of Pathology.
He has more than 15 years of experience teaching in the University environment, 7 plus years of research experience in Molecular Diagnostics Research and more than 3 years
experience working on a USDA research farm applying, testing and analyzing new insecticides. This experience provides him with an understanding of the issues relating
to the application of RejeX-it® products.
Dr. Bullock is a graduate of a highly selective NIH sponsored Medical Scientists Training Program. This national program is designed to train academic physician scientists
that can understand and actively interpret the essential clinical and basic science aspects of human diseases in order to come up with the best possible solutions. Graduates
receive two doctorate degrees when finished, both the M.D. and Ph.D.