A renowned scientist, Dr. Roger Stone got his first taste of laboratory work through CSU’s cooperative education program, honing his skills in the pathology department at MetroHealth Medical Center. After graduating with a degree in biology, he stayed on as a researcher and member of the trauma and heart teams.
Eventually he moved on to Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, where he spent 26 years as a senior scientist in the cell and molecular biology department and was a top investigator of toxic shock syndrome.
Now retired, he holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry nutrition and has been awarded a number of patents.
Dr. Stone lives on Hamilton, Ohio farm that he built, where he breeds, trains and shows Percheron draft horses. Over the past 25 years, he has had 75 Percherons, which are similar to Clydesdales except in color.