About

Welcome to my Blog page. I’m Joseph Ebel and I live in Ithaca, NY, Heart of the Finger Lakes in upstate New York. I work at Cornell University, as Director of Laboratory Operations in Analytical Toxicology, Animal Health Diagnostic Center, NYS College of Veterinary Medicine. I’m on my 40+ years of working full time in my career and was recently awarded In May 2014, the Presidents Individual Excellence Award at Cornell from President David Skorton, out of 20,000 employees.

I have authored and co-authored over 50+ scientific publications and articles in Scientific Journals. I have been involved in many National and International Toxicology cases over my career with a couple of the foremost that people would know about. One, is the Melamine Toxicosis in dog and cat food that occurred in 2004 in the US, as result of contaminated wheat gluten sold to pet food producers from China. Second, I co-authored a paper on the 911 rescue dogs and the assessment their acute injuries and exposure to environmental toxins following the attack on the World Trade Center.

I hold a Merchant Mariners License in the US Coast Guard and Licensed in all the inland waterways of the US and the Great Lakes. I own and Operate Sea Wolf Charters, Sport Fishing Charters for trout, salmon and walleye on the Finger Lakes and Lake Ontario.

A couple years ago I started my Plan B, a part time MLM business which is now turning into my Plan A. Helping, coaching, and teaching others how to achieve their dreams and financial goals in their lives.

I’m truly blessed with a wonderful family of 5 children, 7 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild and a wonderful and understanding lady in my life who shares in my passions and my dreams and who tries to patiently understand my passion for success.

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. I am in awe of your diverse talents, You are truly blessed. Ithaca and Cornell University are both dear to my heart. One of my sons did his undergrad there. A beautiful place to live. I am sure your Plan B will be just as successful as your Plan A has been!

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  2. Hey Joe. I just read your “about” comments and I work for Bayer and call on veterinary clinics in Northern California and Oregon so am wondering if you know Karen Laidley who is the only veterinarian I know from Cornell. She probably graduated about 15 years ago. Also, since you’re a toxicologist do you know Dr. Mike Peterson who has written a couple of books on veterinary toxicology. He’s one of the most entertaining people I know and works in my area. Anyway, this is a small world and I know that I seem to always want to know if we’re connected even beyond MKMMA.

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    1. Hi Steve…Yes a small world. I do know Mike, I have one of his books. I don’t know Karen though. Hopefully we can meet up some time. My email: jge2@cornell.edu
      Thanks for messaging me. Glad to be on this journey with you. I have a son in SanDiego. He is an architect there. Lets stay in touch.

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  3. Master Joe-how do I set it up so your blog shows up in my email inbox? I want to read what you have to say, I couldn’t get your entrepreneur website to load or make it so I could read and learn from your advice and insights so my plan B can become my PLAN. You are amazing.

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    1. Hi Master Jenney. Go to your Reader in wordpress. Should be at the top black bar. Then once in there, go to settings and you can then follow the menu for email notifications for subscriptions. Make sure at the bottom… radio button for blocking email notifications is not selected. Hope that helps you. Thank you for all your kind words. You are AMAZING!

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