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Gregory Schultz

Gregory S. Schultz, Ph.D., is a professor of obstetrics and gynecology and director of the Institute for Wound Research at the University of Florida. Dr. Schultz earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Oklahoma State University in 1976 and completed three years of post-doctoral study in cell biology at Yale University. He established the UF Institute for Wound Research to study molecular and cellular regulation of healing. He has received over $15 million in research grants from the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, and multiple drug and medical device companies. Dr. Schultz has published over 400 research papers, chapters, and review articles that have been cited 17,200 times. He has multiple patents in the area of wound healing and is a consultant for companies in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. He was president of the Wound Healing Society from 1999-2001 and served a 3-year term on the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel.

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