Daniel Schulteis, MD

Daniel R. Schulteis, MD, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force

Name: Daniel R. Schulteis, MD, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Pediatrics
Title: 
Pediatric Residency Military Component Program Director
Faculty Rank: 
Assistant Professor
Location: 
Wright-Patterson Medical Center, AFB, OH

Research Interests:
Autism

Office Phone: 
(937) 522-4776

Education

1993-1997 Distinguished Graduate, Bachelor of Science, Biology, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado
1998-2002 Doctorate of Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School
2002-2005 Combined Integrated Pediatric Residency, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base/Wright State University and Dayton Children’s Hospital, Dayton, Ohio
2008-2011 Military Sponsored Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio

Biography

Dr. Schulteis grew up in Wisconsin and graduated as a Distinguished Graduate from the US Air Force Academy in 1997. He officially began his Air Force career as a personnel officer assigned to MacDill AFB, FL before being accepted to medical school under the HPSP program. He completed his pediatric residency in 2005, and a chief residency in 2006 before being assigned as a general pediatrician to the 28th MDG at Ellsworth AFB, SD. Following his tour at Ellsworth, he completed a fellowship in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio and was re-assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB in 2011 at a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician. He assumed the role of associate program director/program director, military component in 2014. His research interests include autism services, and in 2014, the Air Force Surgeon General funded his pilot program to bring the P.L.A.Y. Project to military families. The program has since expanded and is now poised to fill a critical void for the many Air Force families.

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

  • Research Interests: Autism
  • Program Manager P.L.A.Y. Project--delivering parent-mediated, evidence-based autism intervention to military families.