The Bruce Ivins Timeline
(a work in progress)
(last update: May 31, 2011)
The timeline below was originally created for my own use. When a reference is identified like this: (pdf file #847418, page 42) that means it is one of the files on the FBI/DOJ's web site HERE. There are just too many of them for me to give the actual link for each one. Also, a few links may still only work for me on my own computer. If I'm missing something important, please let me know.
1946 - April 26 - Ivins is born in Lebanon, Ohio.
1967 - June to September - Ivins worked for the Highway Department in Ohio.
1968 - Ivins gets his Bachelor of Science degree in Bacteriology from the University of Cincinnati. He attended from June of 1964 until June of 1968.1968 - June to September - Ivins works for the University of North carolina (unc) Department of Bacteriology and Immunization in Chapel Hill, NC.
1968-1975 (September 1968 to December 1975) works/studies at the University of Cincinatti, Department of Microbiology, in Cincinnati.
1969 - May 18 - Ivins publishes his first scientific paper, the first of 44.
1975 - April to November - Ivins works at Cincinatti General Hospital in their Clinical Bacteriology Lab.
1975 - August 22 - Bruce was 29 years old when he married Diane, who had just turned 21. The Ivins' twins, Andy and Amanda, were adopted. They were 24 at the time of Ivins suicide.
1976 - Ivins gets his PhD in Microbiology from the University of Cincinnati.1976 - Ivins was a postdoc and Nancy Haigwood was a graduate student in the department of bacteriology and immunology at University of North carolina (unc) in Chapel Hill.
Haigwood may have gone out for a sandwich with Ivins and his wife together.1976-1978 (January 1976 to July 1978) Ivins works at the unc Department of Bacteriology & Immunization at Chapel Hill, NC. He has 2 sessions with a mental health therapist during this time.
You have to read ALL the words, people, not just selectively choose the one sentence which ... wait, I'm not even sure what your one sentence was attempting to point out.