Dr. Roger Scullin graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry in 1964. He then attended the University of Pennsylvania for veterinary school where he graduated in 1968.
Following veterinary school, Dr. Scullin served in the United States Army and later worked at Walter Reed Army Medical Center focusing on cardiac research. In 1970, he started his own equine veterinary practice which later became Damascus Equine Associates.
Since 1978, Dr. Scullin has served as the Master of Foxhounds for Howard County Hounds and later Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds. In the past, Dr. Scullin was the Maryland Racing Commissioner and district director of the Master of Foxhounds Association. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Maryland Association of Wildlife Conservation and the Maryland Steeplechase Association.
Dr. Scullin and his wife, Marion, live in Damascus where they raised their two daughters, Carter and Carrie. In his spare time, Dr. Scullin can be found on the water sailing during the summer or leading hunts in Howard County during the hunt season.