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In Memoriam: Dr. Gregory Schultz, Ph.D.

It is with profound sadness that we share the news of the unexpected passing of Dr. Gregory Schultz, Ph.D., on Friday, April 12, 2024. Dr. Schultz was a revered professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and a luminary in the field of wound care research.


Dr. Schultz’s groundbreaking research significantly advanced our understanding of the role of bacterial biofilms and their impact on chronic inflammation and the proteases that impair wound healing. His dedication to the scientific community and his innovative work have left an indelible mark on the field of wound care, providing invaluable insights that have been instrumental in improving patient outcomes.


Dr. Schultz was not only a respected researcher but also a past contributor to the NSWOCC National Conference, where he shared his knowledge and findings with our community of nurses specialized in wound, ostomy, and continence care. His presentations were always met with enthusiasm for their depth of knowledge and practical applicability.


Our nurses have consistently relied on Dr. Schultz’s research to guide best practices in clinical settings, benefiting from his thorough and insightful papers that have become a cornerstone in the field of wound care education.


We extend our deepest condolences to the Schultz family during this difficult time. The legacy of Dr. Schultz’s contributions to wound research, education, and care will continue to resonate within the NSWOCC community and beyond. His work has not only enlightened our profession but also enhanced the lives of countless individuals facing challenging wound care issues.


Thank you, Dr. Greg Schultz, for your invaluable contributions to the advancement of wound care. You will be deeply missed, but your legacy will endure through the countless patients and professionals you have helped throughout your distinguished career.




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Lamb Herman
Lamb Herman
Apr 26

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