- Board Certified: American Board of Neurological Surgery
- Clinical Professor: Department of Surgery, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
- Residency: University of Miami Medical School
- Medical School: Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine
- PhD, Anatomy: University of Kansas Medical Center
Dr. Bill was inspired to become a doctor by the example of his grandfather, a physician and surgeon trained at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and awarded the Silver Cross by King George V for his service to England in the battlefield hospital in Givenchy, France during WWI. Before completing medical school, Dr. Bill earned his doctorate in anatomy and taught neuroanatomy at the University of Kansas, histology at the University of Michigan and endocrinology and human anatomy at Michigan State University. His research required microsurgery of the pituitary gland, which lead to his medical degree and neurosurgical specialty. Upon completion of his residency he was invited to join Lansing Neurosurgery. Dr. Bill enjoys the challenge of Neurosurgery and the opportunity to use all of his sub-specialty training. Although his expertise is in surgery, Dr . Bill enjoys working with patients in the many aspects of non-surgical medical care.
When not caring for patients, Dr. Bill teaches medical students, and residents in surgery, emergency medicine and neurology. He also lectures on diagnosis and management of head-injured patients.