Warren Sturgis McCulloch—1898-1969

Date and Place of Birth: Nov. 16, 1898 in Orange, New Jersey. Son of James W. and Mary Hughes (Bradley) McCulloch
Marriage: Rook Metzger (May 29, 1924). Children: Taffy, Mary Jean, David, and George Duncan
Degrees and Institutions: Haverford College: 1919-1920Yale University — B.A.: 1920-1921Naval Reserve (at Yale): 1920-1921Columbia University — M.A.: 1923Columbia University — M.D.; 1927
Positions Held:
1927-1928 Neurological Service, (Intern & Resident) Bellevue Hospital, 2nd Division
1928-1930 Neurosurgical Laboratory and Department of Neurology (on experimental epilepsy) Columbia University
1930-1931 Laboratory of Experimental Neurology, Dr. F. Kennedy’s service (on head injuries) Bellevue Hospital, New York City
Instructing in Physiological Psychology Seth Low Junior College
1931-1932 Graduate work in Mathematical Physics New York University
1932-1934 Resident (on admission service) Rockland State Hospital, Orangeburg, NY
1934-1941 Laboratory of Neurophysiology (on activity of the central nervous system) Yale University
1934-1935: Honorary Research Fellow, (Laboratory of Professor Dusser de Barenne)
1935-1936: Sterling Fellow
1936-1940: Instructor
1940-1941: Research Assistant (rank of Assistant Professor)
1941-1952 Director of the Laboratory of Basic Research Neuropsychiatric InstituteDepartment of Psychiatry, College of Medicine University of Illinois
1941-1945: Associate Professor of Psychiatry
1945-1947: Professor of Psychiatry
1947-1952 Professor of Psychiatry and Clinical Professor of Physiology
1952-1969 Staff Member, Research Laboratory of ElectronicsMassachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts
1965 Made a Kentucky Colonel
1965 Honorary Doctorate of ScienceUniversity of Illinois
1963-1969 Consultant to the Office of the President (J.F. Kennedy) on Science and Technology