Paul Campagnola

Position title: Professor, Biomedical Engineering


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2018 election statement:

Department: Biomedical Engineering (BME; primary), Medical Physics (secondary)
Division: Biological Sciences
UW-Madison faculty since: 2010; formerly Cell Biology department, University of Connecticut Health Center.
Highest degree (year and university): PhD 1992 Yale University

University service: Current: Chair of graduate advising BME (6 years), Biological sciences divisional committee (4th year; previously co-chair and co-vice chair), Physical Sciences fellowship competition committee (3 years), Hartwell Foundation review.  Previous: vice-chair BME (2 years), Medical Scientist Training Program admissions (3 years), Honorary Degrees (2 years)

I wish to serve on the University Committee to provide guidance into academic and administrative policy for the University, where I believe I bring a wide range of research, educational, and service experiences from my current position as well as my former position. I was trained as a physical chemist and my research is highly interdisciplinary, where I actively collaborate with faculty from medical school departments, physical science departments, as well as other departments in the College of Engineering (COE).  I have been active in new course development and I am also a member of a national grant writing mentoring network for young scientists.   I have performed extensive reviewing for NIH and NSF, including center grants. I am active in my professional societies in editorial roles, organizing meetings and serving on awards committees. I have worked extensively with BME and the COE staff in my administrative roles as well as in interviewing numerous new prospective BME staff members.