Richard Schultz

Richard Schultz


Anatomy, Physiology & Cell Biology

1971, B.A., Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
1975, Ph.D., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Gene Expression in Preimplantation Embryo, (Principal Investigator), NIH/NICHD
Principal Investigator, Age-Associated Decline in Eff Quality: Mechanisms Contributing to Aneuploidy, (Principal Investigator), NIH/NICHD
Principal Investigator, Cell Biology of Meiotic Drive, (Principal Investigator), NIH/NIGMS
Honors and Awards
1994 Jan Purkinje Medal, Czech Academy of Sciences
1996 Elected Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1997 - 2007 NIH Merit Award
2001 - 2004 Director, Society for the Study of Reproduction
2003 Visiting Scholar, The Jackson Lab
2005 Society for Reproduction and Fertility Research Award
2006 - 2014 Chair, Scientific Advisory Board, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in Munster
2007 - 2016 Charles and William L. Day Distinguished Professor of Biology
2008 - 2014 Associate Dean for the Natural Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
2009 Recipient, Society for The Study of Reproduction Research Award
2013 - 2014 Vice-President, Society for the Study of Reproduction
2014 - 2015 President, Society for the Study of Reproduction
2015 Recipient, Frontiers in Reproduction Pioneer Award
Ten Recent Publications

Mayer A, Baran V, Sakakibara Y, Brzakova A, Ferencova I, Motlik J, Kitajima TS, Schultz RM, Solc P
DNA damage response during mouse oocyte maturation.

Weinerman R, Feng R, Ord TS, Schultz RM, Bartolomei MS, Coutifaris C, Mainigi M
Morphokinetic Evaluation of Embryo Development in a Mouse Model: Functional and Molecular Correlates.

Jimenez R, Melo EO, Davydenko O, Ma J, Mainigi M, Franke V, Schultz RM
Maternal SIN3A regulates reprogramming of gene expression during mouse preimplantation development.

de Waal E, Vrooman LA, Fischer E, Ord T, Mainigi MA, Coutifaris C, Schultz RM, Bartolomei MS
The cumulative effect of assisted reproduction procedures on placental development and epigenetic perturbations in a mouse model.

Stein P, Rozhkov NV, Li F, Cárdenas FL, Davydenko O, Davydenk O, Vandivier LE, Gregory BD, Hannon GJ, Schultz RM
Essential Role for endogenous siRNAs during meiosis in mouse oocytes.