I had an opportunity to establish a Lowry quantitative histochemical laboratory at the Missouri Medical School Missouri Institute of Psychiatry (MIP) in Saint Louis Missouri as an Assistant Professor. While Director of the Missouri Division of Mental Health Dr. George A. Ulett, M.D., Ph.D. established MIP to provide research into the causes of mental problems. As the neurochemistry lab director Dr. Ulett asked me to direct his allergy research program we undertook some really challenging research problems. His wife, Dr Pearl Ulett, Child Psychiatrist, was conducting food allergy and diet management studies that reversed the symptoms that got youth diagnosed with mental problems and a side benefit of loss of acne and weight gain. I coordinated a family study beginning with mine and submitted myself to a food allergy computer analyzed EEG study with spectacular findings. I also recommended a comprehensive research plan to include food allergies and various diagnosed patients versus control groups.