Dr. Nowack received his Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Brown University. He received a Master's degree in Biomathematics and Biostatistics from Yale University. After serving as a Clerk at the Institute of Neurology (Queen Square) at the University of London, he entered Stanford University Medical School, and upon graduation from Stanford did a medical internship at the Michael Reese Hospital Medical Center in Chicago and then a residency in Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO.
Dr. Nowack was a NIH Postdoctoral Fellow in Developmental Neurology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and a Fellow in Electroencephalography at the University of Arkansas from 1985-1988. He received a Master's of Science degree in Computer Information Sciences in 1995 from the University of South Alabama. His initial academic appointment was at the University of Virginia School of Medicine followed by a joint appointment in Neurology and Psychiatry at the Indiana University School of Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, University of Oklahoma, and the University of South Alabama.
In 2001, Dr. Nowack rejoined the University of Kansas faculty after an initial appointment in the early 1980s at the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry in Topeka, KS. Dr. Nowack is Board certified in Neurology with the added qualification of Clinical Neurophysiology as well as Board certified in General Electroencephalography with Special Competence in Evoked Potentials and Board certification with the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology.
Dr. Nowack's clinical interests are in the evaluation and treatment of epilepsy. His research interests are in the evaluation and treatment of epilepsy, application of electroencephalography, seizure monitoring, non-epileptic seizures, and clinical applications of magnetoencephalography.
William J. Nowack, M.D.