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  • Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Professor and Vice Chairman Microbiology and Immunology, Professor of Stomatology, Director, Office of Special Programs Work Department of Microbiology & Immunology Medical University of South Carolina 171 Ashley Avenue Charleston, SC 29425-2230 (843) 792-9532 Fax: (843) 792-2464 Email: schmidtm@musc.edu Research Interests Prokaryotic molecular genetics and physiology Genetics and molecular biology of protein secretion, in Escherichia coli., Listeria monocytogenes and Mycobacterium tuberculosis RNA folding and RNA-protein interactions involved in prokaryotic gene expression. Biodegradation of chlorinated solvents Formation and characterization of microbial communities Phage Therapy Pandemic Flu Microbiocidal effects of Copper Education University of Illinois, B.S., 1978. Chicago, IL Major: Biological Sciences Minor: Chemistry Indiana University, M.A., 1981, Bloomington, IN Major: Microbiology Thesis: Prevention of Bactericidal Action of Selenite by Protein Synthesis. Indiana University, Ph.D., 1985, Bloomington, IN Major: Microbiology Minor: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Thesis: Selenite Metabolism and Transport in Escherichia coli. Faculty Appointments Director, Office of Special Programs, Medical University of South Carolina, Medical Charleston, South Carolina. January 2002-Present. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 1 of 29
  • Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. July 2001-present. Professor of Stomatology, Department of Stomatology (Joint Appointment July 2002) College of Dental Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. July 2002-Present. Director, Joint Environmental Studies Program, Medical University of South Carolina and the University of Charleston, 1999-present. Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. July 1999-2001. Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. July 1994-1999. Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina. April 1989-1994. Professional Experience Postdoctoral Fellowship, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Microbiology. April 1985-April 1989. Research Associate in the laboratory of Donald B. Oliver. Associate Instructor, Indiana University 1980-1985. Assisted with both introductory and upper division courses. Associate Instructor, Indiana University, Summer 1983, Mini Course on Virology and Tissue Culture Techniques. Instructor, Indiana University, 27th, 28th and 29th High School Summer Science Institute, Mini Course on Molecular Aspects of Genetic Engineering. Awards and Honors Foundation for Microbiology Lecturer 1999-2000 Nominated for the Health Sciences Foundation Teaching Excellence Award, 1996, 1998, 2004. Associate Instructor Teaching Award, 1984, Department of Biology, Indiana University Bayard Floyd Summer Fellow, Indiana University: 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1984. Professional Societies American Society for Microbiology Chairman, Search Committee for the Chair of the Board of Education and Training Member, Public Communication’s Committee Chair, Subcommittee for the Review of the Public Communications Web Resources, Communication’s Committee Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 2 of 29
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science American Association for Dental Research National Board of Medical Examiners Member, Task Force-Computerizing Subject Tests. South Carolina Branch of the American Society for Microbiology Councilor, 2001-2007 President, 1999-2001 President Elect, 1998-1999 Secretary & Treasurer, 1992-1998 Presidential Award Chair, 1991 Editorial Positions Associate Editor, Microbe Radio. American Society for Microbiology (2006-Present). Extramural Grants Pending Not applicable Extramural Grants/Award Amount (Cumulative total: $66,590674; as PI $23,122,228) 1. Copper Antimicrobial Research Program, Determining Efficacy of Copper Touch Surfaces to Mitigate Cross-Contamination of Infectious Disease. DOD, subcontract from ATI to MUSC under DOD number: W81XWH-07-C-0053. Principal Investigator, MUSC. 15-25% Effort Project Dates 05/1/07-04/30/2012, $5,089,490. 2. Copper Antimicrobial Air Quality Research Program. DOD, subcontract from ATI to MUSC under DOD number: W81XWH-07-C-0054. Principal Investigator, MUSC. 15-25% effort . Project Dates 05/1/07-04/30/2012, $2,049,394 3. Protection of Steatotic Livers from Primary Non-function. NIH, Co-investigator Project 8% effort. Dates: 8/1/06-7/31/11, $1,825,000. 4. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Graduate Fellowship Program (NNP). Department of Energy (DE-FG07-05-ID14692) SCUREF Project Number:IDNE-006. 10% effort. 9/15/05-9/14/10. $664,042 5. South Carolina AHEC BT Training Consortium Health Research Service Administration (HRSA). Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development Program: Supplemental Grant to T01HP01418-9/30/06-9/29/07. Funded (25% effort; PI) $800,000 6. South Carolina AHEC BT Training Consortium Health Research Service Administration (HRSA). Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development Program T01HP01418-9/30/05-9/29/08. Funded (20% effort; PI) $3,800,000 7. Radiochemistry Education Award Program-III. Department of Energy (4% effort; PI) 6/1/05-9/30-09. $1,200,000 8. South Carolina AHEC BT Training Consortium Health Research Service Administration (HRSA). Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development Program CFDA No. 93.996. 9/30/03-9/29/05. Funds Approved (5% effort; PI) $2,000,000 Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 3 of 29 View slide
  • 9. Radiochemistry Education Award Program-II. Department of Energy (3% effort; PI) 3/1/04-9/30-05. $600,000 10. Bioterrorism Preparedness: Curricula Changes at MUSC and USC. Health Research Service Administration (HRSA). Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development Program CFDA No. 93.996. 9/30/03-9/29/05. Approved (30% effort; PI) $752,587- Status unfunded 11. Prokaryotic Gene Therapy: A new strategy for the treatment and protection against pathogenic microbes. Hexal AG 9/1/01-08/31/05. $2,613,068. Awarded (30% effort Co- investigator). 12. Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee (NEARC): Management of the Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee. Department of Energy/SCUREF 11/01/00-09/30/10. $1,257,360 Awarded (11% effort). 13. Nuclear Engineering and Health Physics Fellowship Program: Administer and Manage the Nuclear Engineering/Health Physics Fellowship and Scholarship Program. Department of Energy/SCUREF 11/01/00-09/30/06. $3,707,885 Awarded (21%) 14. Navy Nuclear Propulsion Graduate Fellowship Program. Department of Energy/SCUREF. 06/01/01-09/30/06. $1,878,639. Awarded (10%) 15. The Generation IV Working Group Meetings. 07/01/01-09/30/06. $173,205. Awarded. (4%). 16. Development of a Genotypic Probe for the Evaluation of Changes in the Microbial Community Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Pioneer HiBred International. 2/1/2000-1/31/2004. $130,000 Awarded (5% effort) 17. South Carolina Sustainable Universities Initiative: Working for Our Common Future. V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation 3/1/99-6/30/08. $4,536,476 Awarded (15% effort) 18. Assessment of Changes in the Microbial Community Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Pioneer HiBred International. 2/1/99-1/31/99. $58,353 Awarded (5% effort) 19. Effect Sustainability and Environmental Consciousness in South Carolina Colleges and Universities. V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation. Total funds 8/1/97-12/31/98: $353,800 Awarded (15 % effort) 20. Molecular Characterization of the Microbial Community Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Pioneer HiBred International. $53,277 8/1/97-1/31/99 Awarded (10 % effort) 21. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics. DOE/ Cooperative Task Order 27. Total funds awarded 02/01/97-6/30/01: $640,364 Awarded (35% effort) 22. Development of Ribozymes as Countermeasures to Prokaryotic Pathogens. Hexal AG . Total Funds awarded 09/01/97-08/31/00: DM 6,000,000 ($3,716,247) Awarded (Co- Investigator) (30% effort). 23. Co-investigator, Biofilms Project, American Society for Microbiology, Board of Education and Training. Waksman Foundation 1995-1997 Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 4 of 29 View slide
  • 24. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics. DOE/ Cooperative Task Order 27. Total funds awarded (07/01/93-2/28/97): Awarded $418,012. 25. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics. DOE/ Cooperative Task Order 27. Funds awarded July 1993- October 1994: Awarded $ 111,984 26. Technology Today: Environmental Science as a Career Path. PIs: W.C. Wise, M.G. Schmidt, and T. Basler. SCUREF Task Order. Funds awarded 15 September 1993- 15 September 1995: Awarded $271,334 27. Development of a Biotreatment System for Destruction of a Multi-Component Waste. DOE/SCUREF Task Order 69. Awarded $199,947. 28. MUSC Environmental Hazards Assessment Program: (Deputy Director Task 2)- Awarded $28,442,797 DOE, DE-FG01-92EW50625 July 1, 1992- June 30, 1997. INTRAMURAL GRANTS/AWARD AMOUNT 1. Microbial Contributions to Carcinogenesis of the Colon (12/1/04-11/330/05). Awarded: $25,000. 2. Secreted Virulence Factors from M. tuberculosis, PI (35%), (11/1/93-10/31/94) Awarded: $17,518 3. Molecular Characterization of secA Regulation in E. coli. PI (35%) (11/1/89-10/31/90) Awarded $34,063. 4. Computer-Assisted Instruction and Evaluation In Microbiology And Infectious Disease44s. MUSC-Innovation and Technology Grants. (11/01/98-10/31/99) Awarded $11,658 Administrative and Academic Committee Activities State of South Carolina State Bioterrorism Advisory Committee University Director, Office of Special Programs Chief Information Officer Search Committee, Chairman Institutional Biosafety Committee, Chairman Bioterrorism Preparedness Committee iTunes Implementation Subcommittee of the UEIC, Chairman Charleston Legislative Delegation Merger Committee Information Technology Steering Committee Subcommittee Electronic Signature/Commerce Web-Based Effort Reporting President’s Council, President’s Council, SCUREF/MUSC Working Group Alternate, Campus Representative SCUREF Alternate, Faculty Senate Committee for Research Computing, Vice Chairman Executive Information Committee Search Committee, Chief Information Officer Ad-hoc committee, Information Technology-partnering with C/HCA Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 5 of 29
  • International Affairs Committee MUSC Organizing Committee, Statewide conference on Molecular Genetics NOAA Internship Committee, Charleston Naval Base Higher Education Consortium, Institutional Representative Student Network Steering Committee, Chairman Savannah River Site Water Research Center, Critical Research Center University Education Committee; Task Force on educational technologies/ Support services. University Network Steering Committee University Research Committee, Reviewer University Research Resource Committee V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation, Planning Committee for the Greening of the Curriculum, Institutional Representative College of Dental Medicine Admissions Committee, 2005-present Curriculum Committee, 2005-present College of Medicine Dean’s Advisory Committee, College of Medicine Ad-hoc committee on shared instrumentation resources Ad-hoc committee on teaching space College of Medicine, Dean’s Study Group, Research College of Medicine, Strategic Plan University Informatics Committee College of Medicine, Faculty Development Committee Co-Chairman of the subcommittee on space Student Research Day, Judge College of Graduate Studies Biomedical Sciences First Year Curriculum Committee College Representative, University Infrastructure Committee Environmental Studies Program Director Steering Committee (1993-Present) Progress Committee (1993-Present) Education Committee (1993-Present) Admissions Committee (1993-1999) Department Department Faculty Evaluation Committee Department Information Technology Committee, Chairman Faculty Search Committee Departmental Budget Review Committee Departmental Faculty Development Committee MAJOR TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES (Current) UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION: Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 6 of 29
  • Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, College of Medicine: Lecturer Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, College of Dental Medicine: Course Director Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, College of Pharmacy: Lecturer GRADUATE STUDIES EDUCATION: Graduate Student Research: Research Mentor for 14 students Microbial Communities: Course director (2002) Core Virology: Course Director (2002) Bioentrepreneurship (2000, 2002, lecturer) Translational Genomics: Gene Therapy in the 21st Century (2001, lecturer) Foundations of Biomedical Sciences, Metabolism Unit (2001, lecturer) Essentials of Scientific Practice (2001, lecturer) Basic Microbiology: Course Director (1990-Present) Environmental Biology: Course Director (1993-1997) Advanced Microbiology: Course Director (1990-1992) Advanced Techniques in Molecular Biology and Protein Chemistry: Lecturer Foundations in Biochemistry and Molecular and Cellular Biology : Lecturer Management of Research Information Using Personal Computers Co- Director Biomedical Research and Lab Practices: Lecturer Environmental Microbiology (Initial Course Developer/director) Presently, Lecturer Pollution Microbiology (Initial Course Developer/director) Presently, Lecturer Pollution Microbiology Laboratory (Initial Course Developer/Director) Capstone Seminar, Course Director Spring 2000, Topic: Hog Farming: How should South Carolina Proceed ? CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION: Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…25 April 2007 70th Annual Spring Conference of the South Carolina Occupational Safety Council, Myrtle Beach South Carolina Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…29 March 2007. Carolina Clinical Connection Meeting, Myrtle Beach South Carolina School Closing as a potential means to counter pandemic influenza: A table-top exercise. Moderator and Discussion Facilitator, 16 February 2007 Area Health Education Consortium National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit. February 12-14, 2007. Schmidt, Michael G., Debra Stier Carson and Robert Ball. 2007 Med! U! Way. To Care for Patients. Pandemic Influenza: Will Neuraminidase Inhibitors Make a Difference? Presented at the Medical University of South Carolina. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…27 January 2007. 50 th Anniversary Meeting of the Puerto Rico Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, Ponce Puerto Rico. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…9 November 2006. Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 7 of 29
  • Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…8 September 2006. Manning Community Hospital, SC Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…14 August 2006. Midlands Tech Community College , SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 14 August 2006. Midlands Tech Community College , SC. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…24 July 2006. Laurens Community Hospital Laurens, SC Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…20 April 2006. Shriner’s Hospital Greenville, SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 20 April 2006. Shriner’s Hospital Greenville, SC Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…13 April 2006. Chester Regional Medical Center, Chester SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 13 April 2006. Chester Regional Medical Center, Chester SC Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…7 April 2006. Newberry Greenville- Upstate AHEC/DHEC Meeting. Greenville, SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 14 March 2006. Newberry County Medical Hospital, Newberry, SC. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…14 March 2006. Newberry County Medical Hospital, Newberry, SC. Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 9 March 2006. South Carolina Society of Radiologic Technologists. Charleston SC. An Update on Human H5N1 Infections: How bad will it be. 8 November 2005. Trident Family Medicine. Biological Weapons: Implications for your practice. 16 July 2005. Presented at How to get through a bad day. South Carolina Physician Bioterrorism Preparedness Program. Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Got Bugs? Presented at Biological Attacks…Are We Ready? May 26-28th 2005. Upstate AHEC and South Carolina AHEC Bioterrorism and Public Health Emergencies Training Network. Greenville, South Carolina. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 1 October 2004. Twelfth Annual South Carolina ASCP, Post-Graduate Geriatric Workshop, Myrtle Beach South Carolina Bioterrorism: Preparing and Protecting Communities from Bioterrorism Events and Emerging Infectious Diseases. 29 June 2004. South Carolina Psychosocial Teams, presented by the DHEC Trident Health District and the DHEC Office of Social Work. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 7 November 2003. Upstate AHEC, Anderson Hospital, Anderson, South Carolina Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 8 of 29
  • Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 6 November 2003. Upstate AHEC, Greenville Tech Center, Greenville, South Carolina. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 29 October 2003. South Carolina Primary Care Association, LowCountry AHEC, Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 10 June 2003. HCN Pharmacy Update Pharmacy Alumni Weekend, 4 May 2002. Medical University of South Carolina. 1.5 hours of CEU. Bioterrorism Preparedness. Biosafety Workshop. 13 December 2001. Medical University of South Carolina. Infectious Disease and the Changing Climate. Dispelling the Fear and Discovering the Truth: Linking the Environment and Health. Clarion Hotel, Columbia, SC April 6, 2001. Dispelling the Fear and Discovering the Truth: Linking the Environment and Health. Clarion Hotel, Columbia, SC. April 5-6, 2001. Opening Remarks, Closing Remarks. Eighth Educational Strategies Workshop: An Educational Strategies Workshop Ocean Creek Resort Conference Center. American Association of Medical Colleges. May 6 through May 10, 2000 Faculty Development Programs: What works in teaching faculty to use/embrace technology. Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response: The Role, Responsibilities and Responses of Local Law Enforcement. Michael G. Schmidt, Bruce Ribner and Lisa Steed. 27 March 2000. Charleston Metropolitan Law Enforcement Agencies. ASM Foundation Lecture, Allegheny Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, 8 October-9 October 1999. ASM Foundation Lecture, Region 1 and the Northeast Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, 26 October-29 October 1999. Seventh Educational Strategies Workshop: An Educational Strategies Workshop Ocean Creek Resort Conference Center. American Association of Medical Colleges. May 2 through May 6, 1998. Joint Annual Meeting Midwest Microbiology Educators Conference Sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology Missouri Branch and Missouri Valley Branch March 27-March 28 1998. Bridges Biology Workshop, Kentucky Leadership Center, 30 April-1May 1998. Faubush Kentucky. Application of Internet Resources to Infectious Diseases Needs. Workshop W06, Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 28 September 1997 Toronto Canada. How to Make Basic Sciences Appealing to Medical Students, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, 1997 Annual Meeting Augusta Georgia. Exploring the Internet and other multimedia programs to serve your needs. American Society for Microbiology. Third Undergraduate Microbiology Conference Actively Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 9 of 29
  • Learning Microbiology: Strategies for Incorporating the Core Curriculum. 17-19 May 1996. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. American Society for Microbiology, General Meeting Workshops May 1996: Distance Education:"Hands–On" introductory level, New Orleans, LA. American Society for Microbiology, General Meeting Workshops May 1996: Distance Education:"Hands–On" intermediate/advanced level, New Orleans, LA. American Association of Medical Colleges, Sixth Educational Strategies Workshop. Teaching Microbiology and Immunology to Medical Students. Computer Assisted Instruction. Use of problem based exercises in the traditional curriculum: Evolution of a paper case into an interactive computer case. (May 1996). Invited Lectures Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…25 April 2007 70th Annual Spring Conference of the South Carolina Occupational Safety Council, Myrtle Beach South Carolina Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…29 March 2007. Carolina Clinical Connection Meeting, Myrtle Beach South Carolina School Closing as a potential means to counter pandemic influenza: A table-top exercise. Moderator and Discussion Facilitator, 16 February 2007 Area Health Education Consortium National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit. February 12-14, 2007. Schmidt, Michael G., Debra Stier Carson and Robert Ball. 2007 Med! U! Way. To Care for Patients. Pandemic Influenza: Will Neuraminidase Inhibitors Make a Difference? Presented at the Medical University of South Carolina. 24 January 2007Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits…27 January 2007. 50th Anniversary Meeting of the Puerto Rico Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, Ponce Puerto Rico. Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…9 November 2006. Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC Why do Universities Podcast? The status of iTunes@MUSC. Podcast and Portable Media Expo, Ontario California, 28-30 September 2006 Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…8 September 2006. Manning Community Hospital, SC Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…14 August 2006. Midlands Tech Community College , SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 14 August 2006. Midlands Tech Community College , SC. Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…24 July 2006. Laurens Community Hospital Laurens, SC Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…20 April 2006. Shriner’s Hospital Greenville, SC Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 10 of 29
  • Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 20 April 2006. Shriner’s Hospital Greenville, SC Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…13 April 2006. Chester Regional Medical Center, Chester SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 13 April 2006. Chester Regional Medical Center, Chester SC Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…7 April 2006. Newberry Greenville-Upstate AHEC/DHEC Meeting. Greenville, SC Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 14 March 2006. Newberry County Medical Hospital, Newberry, SC. Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…14 March 2006. Newberry County Medical Hospital, Newberry, SC. Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 14 March 2006. Newberry County Medical Hospital, Newberry, SC. Pandemic Flu: What will we need to do before it hits…14 March 2006. Newberry County Medical Hospital, Newberry, SC. Radiation as a Terrorist Weapon. 9 March 2006. South Carolina Society of Radiologic Technologists. Charleston SC. An Update on Human H5N1 Infections: How bad will it be. 8 November 2005. Trident Family Medicine. North Charleston South Carolina. Biological Weapons: Implications for your practice. 16 July 2005. Presented at How to get through a bad day. South Carolina Physician Bioterrorism Preparedness Program. Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Got Bugs? Presented at Biological Attacks…Are We Ready?. May 26-28th 2005. Upstate AHEC and South Carolina AHEC Bioterrorism and Public Health Emergencies Training Network. Greenville, South Carolina. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 1 October 2004. Twelfth Annual South Carolina ASCP, Post-Graduate Geriatric Workshop, Myrtle Beach South Carolina Bioterrorism: Preparing and Protecting Communities from Bioterrorism Events and Emerging Infectious Diseases. 29 June 2004. South Carolina Psychosocial Teams, presented by the DHEC Trident Health District and the DHEC Office of Social Work. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 7 November 2003. Upstate AHEC, Anderson Hospital, Anderson, South Carolina Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 6 November 2003. Upstate AHEC, Greenville Tech Center, Greenville, South Carolina. Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 29 October 2003. South Carolina Primary Care Association, LowCountry AHEC, Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 11 of 29
  • Bioterrorism and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Agents, Issues and Preparedness, a Perspective from a Microbiologist. 10 June 2003. HCN Pharmacy Update Using Gerald to Teach the Fundamentals of Appropriate Antibiotic Use: A New Survey and Tool to Help Change Parents' Attitude Towards Antibiotics. Third Libra Summit, Dresden Germany, July 15, 2002. (http://www.librainitiative.com/). Bioterrorism Preparedness: MUSC, College of Pharmacy Alumni Weekend. Continuing Education Workshop. May 4, 2002. Bioterrorism Preparedness: What you need to know as professional in Laboratory Animal Science. Southeastern American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. February 1, 2002, Charleston, South Carolina. Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response. MUSC Board of Visitors, December 14, 2001. Bioterrorism Preparedness What do you need to do? Low Country Leathernecks. Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina. November 15, 2001. Bioterrorism Preparedness on Conversations hosted by Joan Mack, WSCI. November 8, 2001. Bioterrorism and the Low Country. WTMA Talk Radio, October 14, 2001. Infectious Disease and the Changing Climate. Dispelling the Fear and Discovering the Truth: Linking the Environment and Health. Clarion Hotel, Columbia, SC April 6, 2001. Dispelling the Fear and Discovering the Truth: Linking the Environment and Health. Clarion Hotel, Columbia, SC. April 5-6, 2001. Opening Remarks, Closing Remarks. Growing a Green Building. Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, SC. October 11-13 2000. Welcome Lecture, Round Table Presentation, Closing Remarks. Plants, Medicine and the Economic Future of South Carolina A Working Conference. Sustainable Universities Initiative. Town and Country Inn, Charleston SC. September 21-22, 2000. Opening Remarks. Eighth Educational Strategies Workshop: An Educational Strategies Workshop Ocean Creek Resort Conference Center. American Association of Medical Colleges. May 6 through May 10, 2000. Faculty Development Programs: What works in teaching faculty to use/embrace technology. ASM Foundation Lecture, Allegheny Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, 8 October-9 October 1999. ASM Foundation Lecture, Region 1 and the Northeast Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, 26 October-29 October 1999. Application of Internet Resources to Infectious Disease Needs. Carolina’s Clinical Connection '99 Annual Meeting. Charleston, SC. March 24, 1999. Envisioning the Future in the Classroom and Laboratory, Michigan Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, October 16-18th 1998, Delta College, Saginaw Michigan. Technology and the Classroom MicroVus and Tips on Teaching Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 12 of 29
  • Meharry Medical School, Teaching Microbiology and Immunology to Medical Students: The state of technology with respect to interactive learning; Computer Assisted Instruction and Innovative Uses of Technology. October 1998. Teaching Microbiology: What is on the horizon? Board of Education and Training Roundtable Session 239. 98th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 21 May 1998. Seventh Educational Strategies Workshop: Teaching Microbiology and Immunology to Medical Students. An Educational Strategies Workshop Ocean Creek Resort Conference Center. American Association of Medical Colleges. May 2 through May 6, 1998. Joint Annual Meeting Midwest Microbiology Educators Conference Sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology Missouri Branch and Missouri Valley Branch March 27-March 28 1998. Bridges Biology Workshop, Kentucky Leadership Center, 30 April-1May 1998. Faubush Kentucky. Application of Internet Resources to Infectious Diseases Needs. Workshop W06, Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 28 September 1997 Toronto Canada. How to Make Basic Sciences Appealing to Medical Students, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, 1997 Annual Meeting Augusta Georgia. Microbial Literacy Project and the Biofilms CD-ROM. South Carolina Branch, American Society for Microbiology. December 1996, Clemson, SC. Distinguished Seminar Series, Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund (LEQSF), June 21,1996. The Roles of RNA Structure and SecA RNA Binding In Regulating Translation of the Escherichia coli secA Gene. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Exploring the Internet and other multimedia programs to serve your needs. American Society for Microbiology. Third Undergraduate Microbiology Conference Actively Learning Microbiology: Strategies for Incorporating the Core Curriculum. 17-19 May 1996. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. American Society for Microbiology, General Meeting Workshops May 1996: Distance Education:"Hands–On" introductory level, New Orleans, LA. American Society for Microbiology, General Meeting Workshops May 1996: Distance Education: Hands–On" intermediate/advanced level, New Orleans, LA. American Association of Medical Colleges, Sixth Educational Strategies Workshop. Teaching Microbiology and Immunology to Medical Students. Computer Assisted Instruction. Use of problem based exercises in the traditional curriculum: Evolution of a paper case into an interactive computer case. South Carolina Student Environmental Forum. South Carolina Environmental Education Consortium. 19-20 January 1996. Team Facilitator, Florence SC American Association of Medical Colleges, Group of Business Affairs, Regional Meeting. Invited Speaker,. Distance Learning: Can the Basic Sciences get there from here? June 1995. Biloxi MI. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 13 of 29
  • American Society for Microbiology, General Meeting Workshop 20 May 1995: Internet Workshop: How to use net materials in a presentation. Workshop lecturer. American Society for Microbiology, 2nd Undergraduate Microbiology Conference: Actively Learning Microbiology: strategies for Incorporating the Core Curriculum. Invited Speaker. Distance Education: Making use of Internet resources- 19-21 May 1995. Washington, D.C. Invited Seminar. Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of South Carolina, School of Medicine (March 1994). Extramural Professional Activities Member, Committee for the Evaluation of Computers in Medical Assessment. National Board of Medical Examiners. Editor/Reviewer, MicrobeWorld Radio. American Society for Microbiology Region IV Coordinator, ASM Branches Member, Communications Committee, American Society for Microbiology Member and Chair, Sub-committee for the evaluation of the Public Web Sites of the Communication Committee, American Society for Microbiology Participant, U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, Defense Threat Reduction Program, Russia and Georgia, 2004 Community Service Contributor to the Discovery Channel’s Creature of the Week forum. Judge Low country Science Fair Faculty, Science by Mail, National Science Foundation (1994-1996) Judge, South Carolina Junior Academy of Science Competition Infectious Disease Spokesperson for local Media Bibliography Manuscripts under review: 1. Evans, Z., J. Ellet, M.G. Schmidt, R. G. Schnellmann, and K.D. Chavin. 2007. Mitochondrial Uncoupling Protein-2 Mediates Steatotic Liver Injury Following Ischemia/Reperfusion. Under review Nature Medicine 21 May 2007. 2. Attaway H.H. and Schmidt, M.G. 2006. Evaluation of Multiplex PCR and MPN-PCR for the detection and quantification of 7α-Dehydroxylating microbes and other fecal flora of humans. Under revision. Published- Papers and Reviews 3. Schmidt, M.G. 2007. The life of a microbiologist In Art Science and the Emotional Response Beesley, Hirosue, Ruxton Trånkle and Turner Eds. Rverside Architectural Press. 4. Garr, D., Shealy,R., Simpson, W. Schmidt, M.G., Carson, D., and Kennedy, B. 2006. The Gaping Hole. South Carolina Medical Journal. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 14 of 29
  • 5. Schmidt, M.G. 2005. Disposable DVDs add to landfill problems: Commentary to The State, Columbia South Carolina, Thursday, 18 August 2005. 6. Fiorini, R.N., J. Kirtz, B. Periyasamy, Z. Evans, J.K. Haines, G. Cheng, C. Polito, D. Rodwell, X. Zhou, C. P. Campbell, J. Birsner, M.G. Schmidt, D. Lewin and K.D. Chavin. 2005. Letter to the Editor. Clin Transplant. 7. Fiorini RN, Donovan JL, Rodwell D, Evans Z, Cheng G, May HD, Milliken CE, Markowitz JS, Campbell C, Haines JK, Schmidt MG, Chavin KD. 2005. Short-term administration of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate reduces hepatic steatosis and protects against warm hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury in steatotic mice. Liver Transpl. 11:298-308. 8. Fiorini, R.N., J. Kirtz, B. Periyasamy, Z. Evans, J.K. Haines, G. Cheng, C. Polito, D. Rodwell, S. F. Safizadeh, X. Zhou, C. P. Campbell, J. Birsner, M.G. Schmidt, K.D. Chavin. 2004. Development of an Unbiased method for the estimation of liver steatosis. Human Pathology. Clin Transplant. 18:700-706. 9. Fiorini R. N. S. F. Shafizadeh, C. Wan, D.W. Rodwell1, C. Polito, G. Cheng, Z. Evans, G. Bundy, S. Belden, J. K. Haines, J. Birsner, K. D. Lewin, R. Wasiluk, D L. Dunn, M. G. Schmidt, and K. D. Chavin. 2004. Anti-Endotoxin Monoclonal Antibodies are Protective Against Hepatic Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Steatotic Mice. American Journal of Transplantation. 4:1567-1573. 10. Fiorini RN, Donovan J, Evans Z, Reyna R, Schmidt M, Campbell C, May H, Milliken C, Markowitz J, Chavin KD. A spot of Tea for Steatotis? Am J of Transplantation, 2004 4(8):211. 11. Fiorini RN, Shafizadeh S, Schmidt M, Chavin KD. Development of a GC/MS Assay for the Characterization of Lean, Steatotic and Cerulenin Treated Livers. Hepatology 38 (4) Suppl 1:562A 12. Fiorini RN, Evans Z, Campbell C Milliken C, May H, Schmidt M, Chavin KD. All Fat Isn’t the Same: GC/FID Analysis of Models of Steatotis. Hepato Pancreato Biliary, 2004 6(1):S52. 13. Chavin, K D., R. N. Fiorini, S. Shafizadeh, G.. Cheng, C. Wan, Z. Evans, D. Rodwell, C. Polito, J. K. Haines, G. M. Baillie, M.G. Schmidt 2004. Fatty Acid Synthase Blockade Protects Steatotic Livers from Warm Ischemia Reperfusion Injury and Transplantation. American Journal of Transplantation. 4: 1-8. 14. Nadig, S., B. Periyasamy, S. F. Shafizadeh, C. Polito, R. Fiorini, D. W. Rodwell, Z. Evans, D. Dunkelberger, M.G. Schmidt, S. E. Self, and K. D. Chavin. 2004. Hepatocellular Ultrastructure after ischemia/'reprefusion injury in human orthotopic liver transplantation. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery. 8: 695-700. 15. Birsner, J.H., C. Wan, G. Chen, Z.P. Evans, R.N. Fiorini, G. Gilbert, J.K. Haines, M. G. Schmidt, and K.D. Chavin. Steatotic Liver Transplantation in the Mouse: A Model of Primary Non-function. 2004. Journal of Surgical Research. 120: 97-101. 16. Cheng, G., Polito, C.C., Haines, J.K., Schmidt, M.G., Chavin, K.D. 2003. Decrease of Intracellular ATP Content by FCCP Downregulates UCP2 Expression in Mouse Hepatocytes. Biochem Biophys Res Comm. 208: 573-580. 17. D. A. Schofield, C. Westwater, B. D. Hoel, P. A. Werner, J. S. Norris and M. G. Schmidt. 2003. Development of a thermally regulated broad-spectrum promoter system Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 15 of 29
  • for use in pathogenic Gram-positive species. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69: 3385-3392. 18. Caroline Westwater, Laura M. Kasman, David A. Schofield, Philip A. Werner, Joseph W. Dolan, Michael G. Schmidt, and James S. Norris. 2002. Use of genetically engineered phage to deliver antimicrobial agents to bacteria: An alternative therapy for the treatment of bacterial infections. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 47:1301-1307. 19. Kasman, L., A. Kasman, C. Westwater, M.G. Schmidt, J. Dolan, and J.S. Norris. 2002. Letter to the editor: Evidence for a phage replication threshold? J. Virol. 76: 13123-13124. 20. Jerman, P. L., B. C. Coull, A. W. Elzerman, and M. G. Schmidt. 2004. South Carolina Sustainable Universities Initiative. In: Sustainability on Campus: Stories and Strategies for Change. P. Barlett and G. Chase (ed.). MIT Press, Boston, MA. 21. Coull, B.C. P.L. Jerman, A.W. Elzerman, M G. Schmidt. 2003. The South Carolina (USA) Sustainable Universities Initiative: A multi-institutional, multifaceted approach to educating for sustainability. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education (IJSHE). In press. 22. Schofield, D.A., C. Westwater, J.W. Dolan, J. S. Norris, and M.G. Schmidt. 2002. Doc mediated cell killing in Shigella flexneri using a C1/LacI controlled expression system. FEMS 215:237-242. 23. Owens, M.U., W. E. Swords, M.G. Schmidt, C.H. King, and F. D. Quinn. 2002. Cloning, expression and functional characterization of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis secA gene. FEMS: 211:133-141. 24. Kasman, L.M., A. Kasman, C. Westwater, J.W. Dolan, M.G. Schmidt and Norris, J.S. 2002. Overcoming the Phage Replication Threshold: a mathematical model with implications for phage therapy. J. Virol. 76: 5557-5564. 25. Westwater, C., D.A. Schofield, M.G. Schmidt, J.S. Norris, and. J.W. Dolan, 2002. Transduction of Gram-negative Bacteria by a P1 phagemid delivery system. Microbiology. 148: 943-950. 26. Attaway, H.H., C.H. Gooding, and M.G. Schmidt. 2002. Comparison of microporous and non-porous membrane bioreactor systems for the treatment of BTEX in vapor streams. J. Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology. 28: 245-251. 27. Attaway, H.H., and M.G. Schmidt. 2002. Tandem Biodegradation of BTEX components by Two Pseudomonas sp. Current Microbiology. 45: 30-36. 28. Schofield, D.A., C. Westwater, J.W. Dolan, J. S. Norris, and M. G. Schmidt. 2002. Tight regulation and modulation via a C1-regulated promoter in Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Current Microbiology 44: 425-430. 29. Schmidt, M.G., and G. Virella. 2001. When Less is Supposedly More: The Reduction of Contact Hours Dedicated to Lecturing in a Time of Curriculum Reform. Focus on Microbiology Education. 8: 6-10. 30. Schofield, D.A., C. Westwater, J.W. Dolan, M.G. Schmidt, and J.S. Norris. 2001. Controlled expression in Klebsiella pneumoniae and Shigella flexneri using a C1- regulated promoter system. J. Bacteriology. 183: 6947-6950. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 16 of 29
  • 31. May, L. A., B. Smiley, and M. G. Schmidt. 2001 Comparative DGGE Analysis of Fungal Communities Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Can. J. Microbiol. 47: 829-841. . 32. Attaway, H. H. , C H. Gooding, and M G. Schmidt 2001. Biodegradation of BTEX Vapors in a Silicone Membrane Bioreactor System. J. Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology. 26: 316-325. 33. Schmidt, M.G., and K.B. Kiser. 1999. SecA: the Ubiquitous Component of Preprotein Translocase in Prokaryotes. (Invited Review). Microbes and Infection. 1: 993-1004. 34. Kiser, K. B., and M.G. Schmidt. 1999. Regulation of the Escherichia coli secA gene is mediated by two distinct RNA structural conformations. Current Microbiology 38: 113-121. 35. Huffman, K. M., S. J. Arrigo, and M. G. Schmidt. 1999. HIV-1 Rev promotes the nuclear export of unspliced and singly spliced RNAs in a mammalian cell free export system. J. BioMedical Sciences 6: 194-205. 36. Favaro, J.P., F. Maldarelli, S. J. Arrigo, and M.G. Schmidt. 1999. Effect of Rev on the cytoplasmic localization of intron containing HIV-1 RNA. Virology 255: 237-249. 37. Borg, K.T., J.P. Favaro, S. J. Arrigo, and M.G. Schmidt. 1999. Activation of a Cryptic Splice Donor in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type-1. J. BioMedical Sciences 6: 45-52. 38. Gatlin, J.E., S.J. Arrigo, and M.G. Schmidt. 1998. HIV-1 Protease Regulation: The Role of the Major Homology Region and Adjacent C-Terminal Capsid Sequences. J. BioMedical Sciences 5: 305-308 39. Favaro, J, S., K.T. Borg, S. J. Arrigo, and M.G. Schmidt, 1998. Effect of Rev on the intranuclear localization of HIV-1 unspliced RNA. Virology 249: 286-296. 40. Gatlin, J.E., S.J. Arrigo, and M.G. Schmidt. 1998. Regulation of Intracellular human immunodeficiency virus type 1. Virology, 244: 87-96. 41. Owens, M.U., M.G Schmidt, C.H King, and F. D. Quinn 1996. Identification of export proteins from Mycobacterium tuberculosis that interact with SecA. Ann N Y Acad Sci 797: 240-241. 42. Schmidt, M.G. 1996. Dental Biofilms: Roles in tooth decay. in Biofilms: Diversity in the Microbial World. G. Delisle, et al., Editor., American Society for Microbiology: Washington, DC. (Electronic Media) 43. Schmidt, M. G. 1996. Internet Resource Review: Bugs in the News. ASM News. 62:102. 44. Schmidt, Michael G. 1996. Internet Resource Review: Digital Learning for Microbiology. ASM News. 62:102. 45. Schmidt, M. G. 1996. Internet Resource Review: The E. coli Stock Center Database. ASM News. 62:101-102. 46. Schmidt, M. G. 1996. Internet Resource Review: Internet Directory of Biotechnology. ASM News. 62:152. 47. Schmidt, M. G. 1996. Internet Resource Review: The RNA World. ASM News. 62:152. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 17 of 29
  • 48. Schmidt, M. G. 1996. Internet Resource Review: The University of Minnesota Biocatalysis/Biodegradation Database(UM-BBD). ASM News. 62:101. 49. Gatlin, J., L.H. Campbell, M.G.. Schmidt, and S. J. Arrigo. 1995. Direct-Rapid (DR) Mutatgenesis of Large Plasmids using PCR. Biotechniques 19: 559-565. 50. Galbraith, G.M.P., JP. Pandey, M. G. Schmidt, P. Arnuad, J.M. Goust. 1995. TNFα Gene Expression in Human Monocytic THP-1 Cells exposed to beryllium. Arch. Environ. Health. 51: 29-33. 51. Owens, M. U., C. H. King, M. G. Schmidt, and F. D. Quinn. 1995. Identification of a SecA gene from Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J. Cell. Biochem. Suppl 19b: 88. 52. Kiser, K. B., P. Arnaud, and M.G. Schmidt. 1994. Rapid purification of bio-active SecA from Escherichia coli: Development of a new affinity chromatography procedure. Current Microbiology. 29: 323-329. 53. Schmidt, M.G., K. M. Dolan and D. B. Oliver. 1991. Regulation of the Escherichia coli secA mRNA translation by a secretion-responsive element and SecA protein binding. J. Bacteriol. 173: 6605-6611. 54. Schmidt, M.G., and D. B. Oliver. 1989. Translational Control of secA expression by the protein secretion status of Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 171: 643-649. 55. Schmidt, M.G., E. E. Rollo, J. Grodberg, and D. B. Oliver. 1988. Nucleotide sequence of the secA gene and secA temperature sensitive mutations preventing protein export in Escherichia coli. J. Bacteriol. 170: 3404-3414. 56. Schmidt, M.G., and W.A. Konetzka. 1986. Glutathione overproduction by selenite resistant Escherichia coli. Can. J. Microbiol. 32: 825-827. Published Abstracts 57. Fiorini R, Evans Z, Donovan, Haines JK, Markowitz J, Schmidt M, Lu B, Chavin KD: The Herbal Answer to Hepatic Steatotis. ATC, May 23, 2005 58. Evans Z P, Firoini RN, Rodwell D III, Shafizadeh S, Mandavilli B, Schmidt M, Farris MW, Chavin KD: Vitamin E a Day, Keeps the PNF Away: A Novel Link Between Energy and ROS in the Setting of Steatosis and Ischemia/Reperfusion –, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, Denver, CO, AHPBA, April 16, 2005 59. Fiorini RN, Donovan J, Rodwell D III, Evans Z, Markowitz J, Schmidt MG, Chavin KD: Short-Term Administration of (-)-Epigallocatechin Gallate Reduces Hepatic Steatosis and Protects Against Hepatic Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Steatotic Mice –, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC., AHPBA, April 16, 2005 60. Fiorini R, Kirtz J, Periyasamy, Evans AZ, Lewin D, Schmidt M, Chavin KD: Development of an Objective Method for the Estimation of Liver Steatosis, ASTS, June 2004. 61. Fiorini R, Donovan J, Evans Z, Reyna R, Schmidt M, Campbell C, May H, Milliken C, Markowitz J, Chavin KD: A Spot of Tea for Steatosis? American Transplant Congress, May 2004, Boston, MA 62. Nadig S, Periyasamy B, Fiorini R, Rodwell D, Shafizadeh S, Polito C, Dunkelberger D, Schmidt M, Self S, Chavin KD: Hepatocellular Ultrastructure after Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 18 of 29
  • Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury in Human Orthotopic Liver Transplantation. ASTS, June 2004. 63. Fiorini R, Donovan J, Evans Z, Reyna R, Schmidt M, Campbell C, May H, Milliken C, Markowitz J, Chavin KD: A Spot of Tea for Steatosis? ASTS, June 2004 64. Fiorini RN, Kirtz J, Periyasamy B, Evans Z Haines J, Cheng G, Lewin D, Schnellman J, Schmidt M, Chavin KD. Development of an Unbiased Method for the Estimation of Liver Steatosis. Am J of Transplantation 2004, Supplement: 4(8): 446. 65. Davis, M.P., W.T. Basco, M.G. Schmidt, PM Darden. Enhancement of parental satisfaction using waiting room video education. Pediatric Academic Societies’: submitted: Southern Societies Meeting, March 2003. 66. Davis, M.P., W.T. Basco, M.G. Schmidt, PM Darden. Enhancement of parental satisfaction using waiting room video education. Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting, May 2003, Seattle Washington. 67. Wan C, Shafizadeh S, Polito C, Schmidt M, Chavin KD: Fatty Acid Synthase Inhibition is Protective in a Letha Fatty Liver Transplant Model. American Transplant Congress, 2003. American Journal of Transplantation, Suppl 5 (3): 131, May 30 - June 4, 2003 68. Schmidt M.G., and G. Virella for the POPS Task Force (M. Boyle, B. Bender, M. Cuchens. Mary Fox, M. Frank, P. Gebhardt, G. Gutman, W. McCormack, R. Rathe, K. Rosenthal, J. Sleasman, Parker Small, S. Specter, B. Stevens, S. Taffet). The new Patient-Oriented Problem-Solving (POPS) exercises for Microbiology and Immunology. 9th AMSMIC Educational Strategies Workshop. May 4-8 2002. 69. Schmidt, M.G., and G. Virella. The New Curriculum at the Medical University of South Carolina. Experience with Integrated Block Tests. 9th AMSMIC Educational Strategies Workshop. May 4-8 2002. 70. Nhung T. Phan, S., G. Reed, S. Vielma and M. G. Schmidt. 2002. Detection of Chlamydia pneumoniae from Oral Specimens. IADR Abstract #2236. March 6, 2002, San Diego California. 71. Chavin KD, S.F. Shafizadeh, J.K. Haines, S. Nadig, L. Nichols, R. Fiorini, N.P.Mora, S. Self, and M. G. Schmidt. Uncoupling Protein-2 Is Upregulated in Steatotic Human Livers: Is This the Cause of Primary Nonfunction? Transplant 2001, Chicago, IL. 72. Westwater C, D. A. Schofield, L. Kasman, P. A. Werner, B. D. Hoel, M.G. Schmidt, J.W. Dolan, and J.S. Norris. Prokaryotic gene therapy for the treatment of bacterial infections. Abstracts of the 101st General Meeting of the American Society Microbiology, Abstract #M-8, Orlando, Florida May 20-24, 2001. 73. Schofield, D.A., C. Westwater, L. Kasman, B. D. Hoel, P.A. Werner, P.A., J.W. Dolan, M.G. Schmidt, and J.S. Norris. Gene therapeutics for the treatment of bacterial infections. Abstracts of the 101st General Meeting of the American Society Microbiology, Abstract M7, Orlando, Florida May 20-24, 2001. 74. Attaway H., and M.G. Schmidt. Comparison of Microporous Membrane and Non- porous Silicone Membrane Bioreactor Systems for the Treatement of Air Streams Containing Volatile Organic Compounds. Abstracts of the 101st General Meeting of the American Society Microbiology, Abstract Q359, Orlando, Florida May 20-24, 2001. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 19 of 29
  • 75. Westwater C, D. A. Schofield, B. Hoel, P.A. Werner, M. Schmidt, J. Dolan, and J.S. Norris. Development and delivery of novel antibacterial agents. Cold Spring Harbor, Vector Targeting Strategies for Therapeutic Gene Delivery. Cold Spring Harbor, NY, 52 March 1999. 76. Norris JS, C. Westwater, D. A. Schofield, B. D. Hoel, P. Werner, L. Kasman, J. Dolan M, Schmidt. Method and application of gene therapy to treat antibiotic resistant bacterial infection. 7th Meeting of the European Society of Gene Therapy, Munich, Germany, November 1999. 77. Schofield D.A., B. D. Hoel, C. Westwater, J. Dolan, M. Schmidt, M. Dahm, J.S. Norris. Development and design of bacterial therapeutics. 7th Meeting of the European Society of Gene Therapy, Munich, Germany, November 1999. 78. Westwater C, D. A. Schofield, B. D. Hoel, P. Werner, J. Dolan, M. Schmidt, M. Dahm and J.S. Norris.. Delivery of gene therapeutics against bacterial infections. 7th Meeting of the European Society of Gene Therapy, Munich, Germany, November 1999. 79. Norris, J.S., C. Westwater, D. Schofield, B. Hoel, P. Werner, L. Kasman, J.W. Dolan, and M.G. Schmidt. Development of Genetically Engineered Bacteriophage to Deliver Lethal Agent Gene Therapy to Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria, ASGT Meeting, Abstract #599, June 2000. 80. Westwater C, D. A. Schofield, B.D. Hoel, P.A. Werner, L. Kasman, J.W. Dolan, M.G. Schmidt, and J.S. Norris.. A Bacteriophage Lethal Agent Delivery System for the Treatment of Bacterial Infections. Millenial Phage Meeting, Montreal, Canada, June 2000. 81. Schofield D.A., C. Westwater, B.D. Hoel, L. Kasman, P.A. Werner, J.W. Dolan, M.G. Schmidt, and J. S. Norris. Development of Therapeutics for the Treatment of Bacterial Infections using LADS. Millenial Phage Meeting, Montreal, Canada, June 2000. 82. Kasman L, P.A. Werner, C Westwater, DA Schofield, BD Hoel, JW Dolan, MG Schmidt, JS Norris LADS: Treatment of Experimental Infections In Embryonated Hen Eggs and Mice. Millenial Phage Meeting, Montreal, Canada, June 2000. 83. JS Norris, J.W. Dolan, B. D. Hoel, L. Kasman, M.G. Schmidt, D. Schofield, P.A. Werner, C. Westwater. The Use of Non-replicating Lethal Agents delivered in Phageheads as a Gene Therapy for Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria. Gene Therapy, Stamford, CT, September 2000. 84. May, L. A., B. K. Smiley, C. A. Hendrick, C. K. Blake, and M. G. Schmidt. 1999. Molecular Characterization of Epiphytic Microbial Communities Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1999. 85. H. Attaway, C. H. Gooding, and M.G. Schmidt. 1999. Biotreatment of Vapor Streams Containing Volatile Organic Compounds using a Silicone Membrane Bioreactor. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1999. 86. Walters, K.C., L.A. May and M.G. Schmidt. 1999. Population Dynamics of Methylene Chloride Degrading Biofilm Recovered from the Integrated Membrane BioReactor: Formation to Steady State. Council for Undergraduate Research Posters on the Hill, April 1999. Congressional Record of the United States Congress. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 20 of 29
  • 87. K.T. Borg, S. J. Arrigo, and M.G. Schmidt. 1998. Activation of a Cryptic Splice Donor in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1. MSTP Conference Aspen Colorado, July 1998. 88. Steed, R. B., K. Kiser, and M.G. Schmidt. Differential Regulation of SecA expression by Gene X and an RNA pseudoknot structure. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998. 89. Kiser, K. B. and M G. Schmidt. 1996. The roles of RNA structure and SecA RNA binding in Regulating Translation of the Escherichia coli secA gene. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996. 90. VanValkenburgh, C. D., J. Dolan, and M. G. Schmidt. Adaptation of the “Two Hybrid” Reporter System in Yeast for the Characterization of the Protein-Protein Interactions of SecA with Secreted Proteins of Escherichia coli. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994: 193. 91. Kiser, K. B., and M.G. Schmidt. Characterization of an RNA/Protein Interaction Involved in the Autogenous Translational Repression of the secA Gene of Escherichia coli. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994: 176. 92. Owens, M. U., and M. G. Schmidt. Isolation and Characterization of the secA Gene from Listeria monocytogenes. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993: 193. 93. Kiser, K. B., C.D. VanValkenburgh, T. B. Higerd, and M.G. Schmidt. Topological characterization of the intergenic region of the geneX-secA operon of Escherichia coli. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993: 330. 94. Kiser, K. B., P. Arnaud, and M.G. Schmidt, M. G. Rapid purification of bio-active SecA from Escherichia coli: Development of a new chromatographic procedure. The second Naito Conference on Protein Translocation in the Cell (II). Gifu, Japan. October 25-28, 1992. 95. Schmidt, M. G., and D. B. Oliver. SecA protein autogenously represses its own translation during normal protein secretion in Escherichia coli. Poster presentation, Bacterial Cell Surfaces Gordon Conference, July 1988. 96. Schmidt, M. G., and W. A. Konetzka. Accumulation of selenite (SeO3=) by Escherichia coli. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1985. 97. Schmidt, M. G., and W. A. Konetzka. Prevention of bactericidal action of selenite by protein synthesis. Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1982. Technical Reports 98. Schmidt, M.G. 2007. REAP Annual Report 2005-2006. DOE. February 2007. 99. Schmidt, M.G. 2004. REAP Annual Report. DOE. June 2004. 100. Schmidt, M.G. and J. Spencer 2003. REAP Status Report, DOE: Washington State Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 21 of 29
  • University. November 2003. 101. Schmidt, M.G., and J. Spencer. 2003. Midyear REAP Status Report, DOE. 102. Schmidt, M.G., and J. Spencer. 2004. REAP Status Report, DOE: Colorado State University and University of Texas at Austin. Februrary 2004. 103. Schmidt, M.G. 2004. REAP Status Report, DOE: Clemson University. May 2004. 104. Schmidt, M.G. 2003. Molecular Characterization of the Microbial Community Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Pioneer HiBred Inc. Final Status Reports July 2003. 105. Schmidt, M.G. 2002. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics, Phase II. DOE Cooperative Task Order 120., Final Report. 106. Schmidt, M.G. 1998. Molecular Characterization of the Microbial Community Associated with Whole Plant Corn Silage. Pioneer HiBred Inc. Monthly Status Reports August 1997- Present. 107. Schmidt, M.G. 1998. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics, Phase 1. DOE Cooperative Task Order 27.Final Report April 1998. 108. Schmidt, M.G. 1998. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics, Phase II. DOE Cooperative Task Order 120., Monthly Status Reports July 1997- July 2001. 109. Schmidt, M.G. 1997. Maturation of the Integrated Membrane BioReactor Technology for Destruction of Dilute Vapor Phase Organics. DOE Cooperative Task Order 27., Monthly Status Report July 1993- October 1997. 110. Schmidt, M.G. 1992. Development of a Biotreatment System for Multicomponent Waste. Final Report. SCUREF. January 1994. 111. Schmidt, M.G. 1992. Development of a Biotreatment System for Multicomponent Waste. Monthly Status Report. SCUREF. February 1992-July 1993 (18 reports). Multimedia Software 112. Wise, W. Curtis., Michael G. Schmidt, and Thomas G. Basler. 1994. EnviroQuest Vol. 1. SCUREF. 113. Wise, W. Curtis., Michael G. Schmidt, and Thomas G. Basler. 1994. EnviroQuest Vol. 1.1. SCUREF. 114. Wise, W. Curtis., Michael G. Schmidt, and Thomas G. Basler. 1994. EnviroQuest Vol. 1.2. SCUREF. 115. Wise, W. Curtis., Michael G. Schmidt, and Thomas G. Basler. 1995. ROC-CD Vol. 1. SCUREF. 116. Wise, W. Curtis., Michael G. Schmidt, and Thomas G. Basler. 1995. ROC-CD Vol. 1. 1 SCUREF. 117. Wise, W. Curtis., Michael G. Schmidt, and Thomas G. Basler. 1995. EnviroQuest and ROC-CD Vol. 1. SCUREF. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 22 of 29
  • Textbook Chapters 118. DelBene, V. and M.G. Schmidt. 1997. Bacterial Virulence Factors. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor. , Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 65-70. 119. Farrar, E., M.G. Schmidt, G. Virella and G.E. Wagner. 1997. Gram Negative Cocci: Neisseria and Moraxella. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor., Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 125-132. 120. Higerd, T., B., D.T. Kingsbury and M.G. Schmidt. 1997. Bacterial Structure, Physiology, and Classification. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor. , Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 7-19. 121. Kingsbury, D.T., T.B. Higerd and M.G. Schmidt. 1997. Overview. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor. , Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 3-6. 122. Manos, J., M.G. Schmidt and V. DelBene. 1997. Gram Positive Rods: Corynebacterium, Listeria, Clostridium, and Bacillus. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor. , Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 113-124. 123. Schmidt, M.G. 1997. Bacterial Genetics. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor. , Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 21-39. 124. Schmidt, M.G. 1997. Disinfection and Sterilization. in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. G. Virella, Editor. , Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore. p. 61-63. WebSite Development 125. Department of Microbiology and Immunology website (www2.musc.edu/mic.html) 126. PBL for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (www2.musc.edu/micropbl) 127. Microbes for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (www.micro.musc.edu) 128. Microbe.Org for the American Society for Microbiology and Foundation for Microbiology (www.microbeworld.org) 129. MicrobeWorld2005 for the American Society for Microbiology and Foundation for Microbiology 130. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Introduction to the Biosafety Training modules. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) 131. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 1: The Role and Responsibilities of the Principal Investigator with respect to Biosafety and Animals at MUSC. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) 132. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 2: Principles of Biosafety as they relate to the safe conduct of science requiring the use of biohazardous materials at MUSC. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) 133. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 3. How to determine the relative biosafety risk associated with a planned experiment. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) 134. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 4. Specific Requirement for Biosafety Levels 1 to 3 at MUSC. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 23 of 29
  • 135. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 5 Dealing with Biohazardous Spills. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) 136. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 6. Requirements for the bi-annual Biosafety Inspection at MUSC. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) 137. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 7. Working with Biohazardous Materials: The role of the PI in informing the laboratorian of potential hazards in the workplace. (www2.musc.edu/ibc/ibc.htm) Enhanced Podcasts 138. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Radiological Terrorism Just in Time Training for Hospital Clinicians, conversion of CDC Material for the Medical University of South Carolina Hospital. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/19 139. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Conversion of a lecture given by Mr. William C. Hood III . Fair Use & Teach ACT. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/18 140. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits. 25 April 2007 70th Annual Spring Conference of the South Carolina Occupational Safety Council, Myrtle Beach South Carolina, 1:30 PM Presentation. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 141. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits. 25 April 2007 70th Annual Spring Conference of the South Carolina Occupational Safety Council, Myrtle Beach South Carolina, 10:00 AM Presentation. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/14 142. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 20b-Hepatitis A-E, 18 April 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 143. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 20 a Hepatitis A-E, 18 April 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 144. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Enhanced Podcast Production of the presentation made by the South Carolina Chapter of SCORE to the Training Advisory Subcommittee of the State Bioterrorism Task Force. 6 April 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/12 145. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Enhanced Podcast Production of the presentation made by the Wayne Brannan and Jennifer Taylor of the Office of Risk Management of the Medical University of South Carolina to the Training Advisory Subcommittee of the State Bioterrorism Task Force. 6 April 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/12 146. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Pandemic Flu: What will need to do before it hits. 29 March 2007. Carolina Clinical Connection Meeting, Myrtle Beach South Carolina. http:// netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/11 147. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 15- Microbiology of Dental Implants, 23 March 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 24 of 29
  • 148. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Podcast production of a session held at the American Dental Education Association. Podcasting--What is it all about? 18 March 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/9 149. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Podcast production of a session held at the American Dental Education Association. Microcompetencies: Getting the Horse Before the Cart. Part 3 of 3. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/8 150. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Podcast production of a session held at the American Dental Education Association. Microcompetencies: Getting the Horse Before the Cart. Part 2 of 3. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/8 151. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Podcast production of a session held at the American Dental Education Association. Microcompetencies: Getting the Horse before the Cart; Part 1 of 3. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/8 152. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 19-Dental Parasitology, Dr. Eric James 28 March 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 153. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 18-Dental Parasitology, Dr. Eric James 28 March 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 154. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 17-Dental Parasitology, Dr. Eric James 28 March 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 155. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 14-Microbiology of Dental Caries, 23 February 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 156. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 13-Microbiology of Dental Caries, 23 February 2007. 157. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 12-Anaerobes Part 2, lecture 1 21 February 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 158. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 11-Anaerobes Part 1, lecture 1 21 February 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 159. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture number 10- Spore Forming Anaerobes 21 February 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 160. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture 9-Microbiology of Spirochetes 16 February 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 161. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture 8-Microbiology of Mycobacteria, 16 February 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 25 of 29
  • 162. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Microbiology of Gram Positive Cocci, 31 Janaury 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 163. Schmidt, Michael G., Debra Stier Carson and Robert Ball. 2007 Med! U! Way. To Care for Patients. Pandemic Influenza: Will Neuraminidase Inhibitors Make a Difference? 24 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/media/show/43 164. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Genetics of Bacterial Pathogenicity, Part 2. 24 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 165. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Genetics of Bacterial Pathogenicity, Part 1. 24 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 166. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Microbial Genetics Part 2. 19 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 167. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Microbial Genetics Part 1. 19 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 168. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Production of the Lunch-n-Learn delivered by Dr. John Crosby of the American Dental Examiners. 19 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/3 169. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Mechanism of Action of Antibiotics. 17 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 170. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Bacterial Metabolism Part 2. 17 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 171. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Bacterial Growth and Nutrition Part 1, 12 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 172. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Bacterial Growth and Nutrition Part 2, 12 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 173. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Bacterial Classification and Structure, 10 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 174. Schmidt, Michael G. 2007. Medical University of South Carolina. Dental Microbiology, Lecture entitled: Biology of the Prokaryotes, 10 January 2007. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/2 175. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Introduction to the Biosafety Training modules. Enhanced Podcast http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 26 of 29
  • 176. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 1: The Role and Responsibilities of the Principal Investigator with respect to Biosafety and Animals at MUSC. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 177. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 2: Principles of Biosafety as they relate to the safe conduct of science requiring the use of biohazardous materials at MUSC. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 178. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 3. How to determine the relative biosafety risk associated with a planned experiment. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 179. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 4. Specific Requirement for Biosafety Levels 1 to 3 at MUSC. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 180. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 5 Dealing with Biohazardous Spills. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 181. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 6. Requirements for the bi-annual Biosafety Inspection at MUSC. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 182. Schmidt, Michael G. 2006. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 7. Working with Biohazardous Materials: The role of the PI in informing the laboratorian of potential hazards in the workplace. http://netcasting.musc.edu/podcasts/rss/4 Patents awarded or applied for: 183. H.D. May, L.A. May, M.G. Schmidt, C.E. Milliken, and T Shaak. 2003. Electrolytic generation of hydrogen driven by microbial electrode reduction. U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. PO410, filed 12-11-03. 184. K.D. Chavin, M.G. Schmidt, G. M. Baillie, S.F. Shafizadeh, and R. N. Fiorini. Use of fatty synthase inhibitors for the reversal of steatosis and/or for the protection of ischemia reperfusion injury subsequent to transplantation of solid organs. U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 60/505,484. 24 September 2003. 185. L. Kasman, A. Kasman, C Westwater, M. G. Schmidt, J.S Norris, J W. Dolan, and P. A. Werner. 2003. Genetically Engineered Phage and the Use of Genetically Engineered Phage to Deliver Nucleic Acid to Bacteria. 6 March 2003. PCT filing 60/362,409; 60/372,892; 60/433,178. 186. M.G. Schmidt, D. Schofield, C. Westwater, B. D. Hoel, P. Werner, Joseph W. Dolan, and James S. Norris. Nucleic Acid Delivery and Expression. 2002. 13900/003WO1. 187. M.G. Schmidt, D. Schofield, C. Westwater, L. Kasman, B. D. Hoel, P. Werner, Joseph W. Dolan, and James S. Norris. Use of phage to deliver quorum sensing protein analogs that would disrupt transient and/or stable biofilms and/or chronic planktonic or biofilm infections in humans, animals, fish, insects, and/or inanimate objects. Invention Disclosure 188. L. Kasman, A. Kasman, C Westwater, M. G. Schmidt, J.S Norris, J W. Dolan, and P. A. Werner. Overcoming the Phage Replication Threshold: A mathematical model with implications for phage therapy and the compounding of biological preparations for gene therapy. Provisional Patent Filed 3/7/02. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 27 of 29
  • 189. D. Schofield, C. Westwater, B D. Hoel, P. A, Werner, M. G. Schmidt, and J. S. Norris. Use of Gram-Negative bacteriophage P1 temperature-sensitive repressor to control gene expression in pathogenic Gram-positive species. Provisional Patent Filed 11/7/01. 190. D. Schofield, C. Westwater, B D. Hoel, P. A, Werner, M. G. Schmidt, and J. S. Norris. Bacteriophage transformation systems and vectors for regulated gene expression. Provisional Patent Filed 11/7/01. 191. D. Schofield, C. Westwater, B D. Hoel, P. A, Werner, J.W. Dolan. M. G. Schmidt, and J. S. Norris. A highly stringent and dually regulated.C1/LacI controlled expression system for Shigella flexneri. Provisional Patent Filed 11/7/01 192. Norris, J., Clawson, G., Westwater, C. Schofield, D. Schmidt, M.G., Hoel, B., Dolan, J., Pan, W. 2001. Tissue-Specific and Pathogen Specific Toxic Agents and Ribozymes. US Patent 6,271,359 B1 Issued 7 August 2001. 193. Quinn, Frederick D., Michael G. Schmidt, Marie U. Owens, and C. Harold King. 1995. secA gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and related methods and compositions. US Patent 5,885,828. 194. Schmidt, Michael G., Blake, Cheryl K., and Gooding, Charles H. 1993. Integrated Membrane Bioreactor for the Continuous Removal and Destruction of Vapor Phase Organics. Medical University of South Carolina and Clemson University, invention disclosure. 195. Norris, James S., Michael G. Schmidt, Joseph W. Dolan, Steven D. London, Harold D. May, and Gary A. Clawson. Tissue Specific and Target Specific Ribozymes as Antimicrobial Therapeutics Against Microbial Pathogens. US Patent Filed 2 December 1997. Patent Pending 319,395. 196. Attaway, Hubert. H., Michael G. Schmidt, and Charles H. Gooding. Integrated membrane bioreactor for the continuous removal and destruction of vapor phase organics using tubular membranes. Invention Disclosure made to MUSC/DOE/SCUREF Other published material: 197. Baker, P., R. Benoit, D.J. Bibel, T. Brock, K-T. Chung, J. Drner, D. Eveleigh, B. Faison, H. Isenberg, H. Jannasch, J. Lederberg, M. Schaechter, M. Schmidt, S. Silver, W. Summer, D. Whitt. 1999. Microbiology’s fifty most significant events during the past 125 years. A poster supplement to ASM News 65 (5). 198. Schmidt, M.G., J. Heidelberg, R. Vreeland, and I. Flatow. 2000. Science Friday audio tape hour 1. http://www.sciencefriday.com/pages/2000/Oct/hour1_102700.html. Video Tape Productions 199. Jerman, Patricia, Michael G. Schmidt, Bruce C. Coull and Alan Elzerman. 1998. The Sustainable Universities Initiative. The University of South Carolina. 200. Jerman, Patricia, Michael G. Schmidt, Bruce C. Coull and Alan Elzerman. 2002. The Sustainable Universities Initiative: Where we have been? The University of South Carolina. 201. Schmidt, Michael G., P. Jerman, Bruce C. Coull and Alan Elzerman. 2004. The Sustainable Universities Initiative: Where we have been? DVD Production The University of South Carolina. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 28 of 29
  • 202. Schmidt, Michael G. 2004. The University of Louisville, Center for Deterrence of Biowarfare and Bioterrorism: An Overview of Chickenpox, Smallpox and Monkeypox. DVD Production. 203. Schmidt, Michael G., J. Coultas, and M. Mauldin 2004. Medical University of South Carolina: Shaping South Carolina’s Future Through Excellence in Teaching, Healthcare, Outreach and Research. DVD and Flash production. 204. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Introduction to the Biosafety Training modules. 205. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 1: The Role and Responsibilities of the Principal Investigator with respect to Biosafety and Animals at MUSC. 206. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 2: Principles of Biosafety as they relate to the safe conduct of science requiring the use of biohazardous materials at MUSC. 207. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 3. How to determine the relative biosafety risk associated with a planned experiment. 208. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 4. Specific Requirement for Biosafety Levels 1 to 3 at MUSC. 209. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 5 Dealing with Biohazardous Spills. 210. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 6. Requirements for the bi-annual Biosafety Inspection at MUSC. 211. Schmidt, Michael G. 2005. Medical University of South Carolina. Unit 7. Working with Biohazardous Materials: The role of the PI in informing the laboratorian of potential hazards in the workplace. Curriculum Vitae Michael G. Schmidt, Ph.D. Page 29 of 29