After receiving his doctorate in physics from University of California Berkeley, His first job was as a life science researcher at the California Institute of Technology. He then moved on to the chemistry analytical giant Sigma Aldrich as project manager. In late 1980, he received an offer from Amgen to perform clinical trials on various medical products and equipment, including the first phase of Supercritical Fluid Extraction. Nicholas spent most of his adult life working in the healthcare industry and continues his research regarding the sequencing of DNA molecules and natural bio formulations. He held numerous patents and is the inventor of Bionergy Natural Bio Formula. Currently, Nicholas is an active member of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.