Dr. Emet D. Schneiderman is Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University College of Dentistry in Dallas. His research has focused on the use of digital imaging and biostatistics to study craniofacial growth and development, particularly in individuals with cleft-lip and palate. Dr. Schneiderman’s work in educational research has focused on program evaluation, use of technology in the curriculum and academic integrity. Dr. Schneiderman has been an investigator on NIH, NLM, HRSA and Texas TIF grants and has published 70 articles, a book, and two-dozen computer programs. He currently teaches evidence-based dentistry, applied biostatistics, research design and human gross anatomy. From 1996 until 2006 he served as Executive Director of Information Technology at the College of Dentistry. In this role he pioneered the high speed networks and digital imaging technologies that are now in use at all 300 operatories throughout clinics. Dr. Schneiderman did his Bachelors and Masters work at Northwestern University and earned his PhD at the University of Michigan, all in biological anthropology. He has served as an evaluator for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, a member of Soredex’s Digital Imaging Advisory Group and reviewer for NIH-funded North and Central Texas Clinical and Translational Science Initiative. Dr. Schneiderman currently chairs Texas A&M University’s Institutional Review Board in Dallas.
Updated: Nov 2017