Edwin W. Schultz
Edwin W. Schultz
Competition: US & Canada
Education: Stanford University
As published in the Foundation’s Annual Report for 1925-26:
Schultz, Edwin William: Appointed for a study of the nature of the bacteriophage, in consultation with European authorities; tenure, ten months from December 1, 1925.
Born December 12, 1887, at Lomira, Wisconsin. Education: Winona College, B.S., 1913; University of Michigan, A.B., 1914; Johns Hopkins, M.D., 1917; special student in protozoology, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 1919-20; Fellow in Pathology, Mayo Foundation, spring and summer quarters, 1921-22.
Junior Field Director, International Health Board, Rockefeller Foundation, 1917; Chief of Laboratory, 33d Division, U. S. Army, and Pathologist, Base Hospital No. 42, A. E. F., 1917-18; Chief of Laboratory, A. R. C. Military Hospital No. 9 (Paris); Bacteriologist, A. C. R. Commission to Germany (Berlin), and Chief of Bureau of Medical Research, A. R. C. Commission to Poland (Warsaw), 1918-19; First Lieutenant and Captain, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, and Deputy Commissioner, A. R. C., 1917-19; Instructor in Bacteriology, 1919-20, Assistant Professor, 1920-21, Associate Professor, 1922-26, Professor, 1926—, Acting Executive Head of the Department of Bacteriology and Experimental Pathology, 1920-22, Executive Head, 1922—, Stanford University, California.
Publications: Articles notably in Journal of the American Medical Association, American Journal of Medical Science, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of Medical Research, American Journal of Pathology, Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine.