George Bigelow

George Bigelow

George Bigelow is a psychologist who specializes in diagnosing and treating patients with mental health issues. Additionally, he assists individuals in managing their emotions.

He has been active in this field for many years and is currently the director of the Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Early Life and Education

George Bigelow was born in Wayland, Massachusetts during the Great Depression and spent much of his youth playing games, shooting slingshots, and fishing at Dudley Pond with other neighborhood boys. As a Boy Scout he earned the respect of those around him by leading them in various outdoor activities such as Scouting.

He likely took part in Boy Scout activities like training and service. Though too young for the New Deal programs of the 1930s, it is likely that he was among those drafted into the Civilian Conservation Corps and other relief agencies during World War II.

He obtained his medical degree at Harvard Medical School in Boston and quickly rose to become a renowned botanist. His work earned him praise from prominent naturalists around Europe, leading him to write several books on New England botany.

Professional Career

George Bigelow has had a storied career in professional wrestling. He began his career as an athlete for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) promotion.

On November 16, 1998, he made his debut in the promotion and quickly earned himself the label of an outsider who would be given a chance to prove himself. He engaged in battles with WCW World Heavyweight Champion Goldberg and fellow ECW alumni Raven and Hardcore Hak before being transferred to WCW’s Hardcore division in May 1999.

He joined Diamond Dallas Page and Chris Kanyon, better known as the Jersey Triad, in May 1999. They then engaged in a feud with ECW alumnus Mike Awesome. Once that group disbanded, he continued his feud with Shawn Stasiak before departing WCW altogether.

Achievements and Honors

George Bigelow is a director of Losurdo Foods with an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Dr. He is an esteemed scientist whose areas of specialization include psychiatry, anesthesia, opioid use disorder and Naltrexone.

His research in Psychiatry incorporates elements from Medical Prescription and Clinical Psychology. Furthermore, his Naltrexone study covers topics such as Odds Ratio, Contingency Management and Heroin use.

He received numerous honors, such as the Lore von Jaskowsky Memorial Prize and Jeffrey O. Kephart ’80 Prize in Engineering Physics.

Personal Life

George had a deep devotion to his family and friends, as well as an intense interest in golf.

He loved to travel and had the chance to see many parts of the world. His kind and generous spirit inspired others to help those less fortunate in need.

His interests included golf, reading, and fishing. Furthermore, he was heavily involved in his church and community.

He enjoyed great success with his business, Budget Suites of America. This enabled him to pursue his interest in aerospace, designing and building inflatable astronaut habitats for NASA.

Net Worth

Bigelow, a self-made entrepreneur, has amassed an empire worth $700 million through real estate investments. He owns Budget Suites of America hotel chain as well as various other properties throughout the Southwest.

He owns Bigelow Aerospace, founded in 1995. To date he has invested more than $350 million into aerospace projects such as inflatable space stations that he plans to send astronauts to live in for up to 30 days.

Bigelow has long had an interest in UFOs and believes in the existence of extraterrestrial life. Additionally, he supports research into parapsychological topics like consciousness after death.

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