Dr. Warner received his BA and PhD degrees in zoology from the University of California, Davis and his MA from the University of California, Berkeley. His postdoctoral training was at the Brain Institute at UCLA. He has published mainly on hormonal control of sexual differentiation in rats, hamsters and quail, on the rat as a model for the study of cocaine addiction, and on neurochemical effects of trans-cranial electro-stimulation. Dr. Warner currently directs gross anatomy courses for dental students, hygiene students and postdoctoral dental specialists. He contributes to teaching gross anatomy for medical students, neuroscience for dental students, and biomedical science and human biology for dental students.