Originally hailing from California, Dr. Eric Schultz obtained an MPH in epidemiology before continuing his education and attending medical school. He completed his residency in pediatrics at the University of California,Irvine where he was Intensive Care Resident of the Year, Resident Teacher of the Year, and twice named Resident of the Year.
Eric D. Schultz, D.O., MPH
Dr. Schultz completed his fellowship at the Duke University Medical Center with a research emphasis on the mast cell. He obtained multiple grants through the NIH and Children’s Miracle Network on his research of the mast cell. At Duke, he was awarded the Michael Frank Fellow Teacher of the Year. Before moving to the Austin area and joining our practice in 2010, Dr. Schultz served as a clinical instructor at the University of California, Irvine.
Dr. Schultz is a devoted husband and father of three children. He enjoys swimming, surfing, camping, and watching his kids play sports. His approach to patient care is to listen to the patient, provide peer-reviewed data, discuss possible diagnoses and treatment options, and establish a well-defined timeline.
Education & Training
University of California, San Diego (Chemistry/Biochemistry)
California State University, San Diego (Master of Public Health, Epidemiology)
Western University of Health Sciences (D.O.)
University of California, Irvine (Pediatrics)
Duke University Medical Center (Neonatal-Perinatal Intensive Care)
CERTIFICATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
- American Board of Pediatrics
- American Thoracic Society
- Pediatric Academic Society
- Travis County Medical Society