Yale University, B.A., English Literature, 1960.
Teacher, Government Provincial Secondary School, Bida, Northern Nigeria, 1960-1962.
U.S. Army Military Service, 1962-1963. Six months active duty followed by 5 ½ years in the Reserve.
1963-1966: worked in public relations, New York City, newspaper reporter for The Evening Times of Trenton, N.J. and The Star Ledger of Newark, N.J.
1966-1967: traveled widely in West Africa as a newspaper freelance reporter.
Spent time in the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambarene, Gabon, where I decided to become a medical doctor.
1967-1968: pre-medical studies at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
1968-1972: Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia.
1972-1973: Intern, Saint Vincent’s Hospital, New York City.
1973-1975: Resident, internal medicine, Harlem Hospital, New York City.
1976 to present: classical Hahnemanian homeopathy.
The National Center for Homeopathy.
International Center for Homeopathy (board member, 1995-1998).
The American Institute of Homeopathy.
Homeopaths Without Borders (former board member)
Editor, Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy, 1970-1978.
Homeopathic Studies: Belgium, Holland, Germany, England, Greece, India, Canada, the United States and attended lectures from Argentine homeopaths.
Former instructor for the National Center for Homeopathy and the International Foundation of Homeopathy.
Founder and past president of the Texas Society of Homeopathy. In 1994, Dr. Robinson founded the society which is devoted to the dissemination of classical homeopathy. Annual meetings are held in different Texas cities. Membership is open to lay and professional homeopaths.
1998: opened a charitable clinic in Reynosa, Mexico. Dr. Robinson went monthly until 2004.
2000-2003: taught homeopathy to Cuban doctors in Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba for Homeopaths Without Borders.
2003: began teaching homeopathy in Honduras along with Manfred Braig of Homeopaths San Frontieres of Europe.
2004: Founded and incorporated The Homeopathic School of the Americas that is currently operating courses in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. Each course meets every three months and lasts for four days. The school is now in its fifth year. A Congress involving homeopths from around the region and world occurs every November in one of the three Central American countries.
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Author of numerous articles in national and international journals.