Department of Neuroscience | Public Policy Program
Ronald Kalil has a PhD degree in neuroscience from M.I.T. He joined the UW–Madison faculty in September of 1973 and established the Neuroscience training Program, the campus-wide graduate program in neuroscience. He directed the Program for 25 years. He also established the W.M. Keck Laboratory for Biological Imaging, the Center for Neuroscience and the Neuroscience and Public Policy graduate program; the only graduate program of its kind in the country. His primary faculty appointment is in the School of Medicine and Public Health, but is also an Affiliate Faculty member in the La Follette School for Public Affairs and the UW–Madison Law School.
- Neuroscience and Public Policy
- Neuroscience and Law