Specialties: Adult and pediatric brain tumors, including glioma
Dr. Schulte specializes in treatment of adolescent and adult glioma and neurofibromatosis, with a focus on optimizing transitions of care between pediatric and adult medical care. Part of this involves expanding on opportunities for clinical trial involvement, to match patients to trials that are appropriate for them, as adolescents may be eligible for both adult and pediatric clinical trials. Other important aspects include improvements to supportive care services for patients in the adolescent and young adult population.
Dr. Schulte's other interests include molecular diagnostics and targeted therapies, with particular insight into clinical trials tailored to tumors with specific gene alterations.
2006: BA, Biology, The University of Chicago
2012: PhD, Neuroscience, Northwestern University
2014: MD, Northwestern University
2014-2015: Clinical Internship, Internal Medicine, Columbia University
2015-2018: Residency, Neurology, Columbia University
2019-2020: Clinical Fellowship, Neuro-Oncology, UCSF
2020-Present: Clinical Instructor, Department of Neurological Surgery, UCSF
2018: American Academy of Neurology Enhanced Resident Leadership Program
2018-2019: Chief Resident, Columbia University Adult and Pediatric Neurology Residencies
2008-2011: Appointment to Cellular and Molecular Basis of Disease Training Grant (NIH T32)
Anti-angiogenic Therapies in the Management of Glioblastoma.
Schulte JD, Aghi MK, Taylor JW.
Chin Clin Oncol. 2020. [Online ahead of print]
Clinical Reasoning: Transient speech deficits in a patient with history of medulloblastoma.
Schulte JD, Hargus G, Canoll P, Sisti MB, Wang TJC, Lignelli A, and Lassman AB.
Neurology. 2018 Sep 18;91(12):e1196-e1201.
Cadherin-11 regulates motility in normal cortical neural precursors and glioblastoma.
Schulte JD, Srikanth M, Das S, Zhang J, Lathia JD, Yin L, Rich JN, Olson EC, Kessler JA, Chenn A.
PLoS One. 2013; 8(8):e70962.
Beta-catenin signaling negatively regulates intermediate progenitor population numbers in the developing cortex
Mutch CA, Schulte JD, Olson E, Chenn A.
PLoS One. 2010 Aug 25; 5(8):e12376.