University of California, Riverside

Bourns College of Engineering



Jerome Schultz


Faculty Profile

Faculty Profile

Jerome Schultz

Distinguished Professor, Bioengineering
Jerome Schultz

Ph.D. Biochemistry
University of Wisconsin, 1958

Materials Science & Engineering 203
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521

Telephone: 951-827-2111
Facsimile: 951-827-6416
E-mail: jssbio@engr.ucr.edu
Personal Webpage

Former Institutions: University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh

Biography

Jerome Schultz received his B.S. and M.S in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University, and his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin in 1958. He started his career in the pharmaceutical industry (Lederle Laboratories) then joined the University of Michigan, where he was Chairman of the Department of Chemical Engineering. He spent two years at the National Science Foundation as Deputy Director of the Engineering Centers Program. In 1987 he joined the University of Pittsburgh as Director of the Center for Biotechnology and Bioengineering, and was the Founding Chairman of the Department of Bioengineering, a nationally ranked degree program in Bioengineering. He recently spent a year at NASA’s Ames Research Center as a Senior Scientist in their Fundamental Biology Program. In 2004 Dr. Schultz joined the faculty at the UC Riverside to and founded the Department of Bioengineering its undergraduate and graduate degree programs, he also serves as the Director of the newly formed Center for Bioengineering Research.

He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences, Fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Editor of Biotechnology Progress, and was a founding Fellow and President of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.

Degrees

Biosensors, transport processes in tissues, pharmacokinetics, immobilized enzymes, biomaterials, membrane-based separations

Awards

  • 2008 "One Hundred Engineers of the Modern Era", American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • 2004 Distinguished Professor, University of California, Riverside
  • 2004 Fellow, Biomedical Engineering Society
  • 2003 Donald L. Katz Lecturer, University of Michigan
  • 2000 American Chemical Society, Marvin J. Johnson Award for Biotechnology
  • 1999 Distinguished Professor of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh
  • 1997 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • 1997 Whitaker Plenary Lecturer, American Society for Artificial Internal Organs
  • 1995 Career Achievement Award, Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology
  • 1994 Member, National Academy of Engineering
  • 1992 Founding Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
  • 1984 American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Bioengineering Award
  • 1970 NIH Research Career Development Award for Membrane Transport

Selected Publications

  • X. Huang; S.Li; J.S. Schultz; Q. Wang; Q. Lin. A dielectric affinity microbiosensor Applied Physics Letters. 96 (3) 033701 - 033701-3 (2010) Reprint
  • K. Nagamine, E. Torikai, K. Shimomura, Y. Ikedo, J.S. Schultz. Molecular radiation biological effect in wet protein and DNA observed in the measurements of labeled electron with muons. Physica B 404: 953–956 (2009) Reprint
  • X. Huang, S. Li, J.S. Schultz, Q. Wang, Q. Lin. A MEMS Affinity Glucose Sensor Using a Biocompatible Glucose-Responsive Polymer. Sensors and Actuators B Chemical. Reprint
  • J. Vasquez, A. Vu, J.S. Schultz, V. Vullev. Fluorescence Enhancement of Warfarin Induced by Interaction with β-Cyclodextrin. Biotechnology Progress (In Press)
  • Gao, D., Chen, W., Mulchandani, A. and Schultz, J. S.(2007) Detection of Tumor Markers Based on Extinction Spectra of Visible Light Passing through Gold Nanoholes, Applied Physics Letters (90:073901). Reprint
  • K. Nagamine, K. Shimomura, H. Miyadera, Y.-J. Ki, R.H. Scheicher, T. P. Das and J.S. Schultz. Hemoglobin Magnetism in Aqueous Solution Probed by Muon Spin Relaxation and Future Applications to Brain Research.Proc. Jpn. Acad., Ser. B83 (2007) 120-126. Reprint
  • K. Nagamine, S. Shimomura, K. Imai, J.S. Schultz. Probing magnetism in human blood by muon spin relaxation. Physica B, 374-375: 444-447 (2006) Reprint
  • J.S. Schultz, “Optically-Based Affinity Biosensors for Glucose,” Topics in Fluorescence Spe
  • Ye, K. Jin, S., and Schultz, J.S. “Genetic engineering of a fluorescent cell marker for labeling CD34+ hematopoietic stem cells”, Biotechnol. Prog. 20 561-565 (2004) Reprint
  • K.Ye and J.S. Schultz, “Genetic engineering of an allosteric-based glucose indicator protein for continuous glucose monitoring by fluorescence resonance energy transfer”, Anal. Chem. 75: 3451-3459 (2003) Reprint
  • J.S. Schultz. “Microanalytical Techniques”, Encyclopedia of Technology, (2001)
  • K. Ye, H.K. Dhiman, J. Suhan, and J.S. Schultz, “Effect of pH on Infectivity and Morphology of Ecotropic Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus”, Biotechnol. Prog., 19: 538-543 (2003) Reprint
  • R. Ballerstadt. and J.S. Schultz, “A Fluorescence Affinity Hollow Fiber Sensor for Continuous Transdermal Glucose Monitoring”, Anal. Chem., 72: 4185-4192 (2000) Reprint
  • Chemical and Biological Terrorism, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC (1999). J.S. Schultz, Sensor Chapter. Reprint

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