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Megan Schultz, MD, MA

Megan L. Schultz, MD, MA

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Director, Global Child Health; Co-Director, Global Health Pathway; Assistant Director, Pediatric Clerkship; Assistant Director, Pediatric Residency Global Health Track


  • Children's Wisconsin, Emergency/Trauma
  • 9000 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53226


MA, Education, Johns Hopkins University, 2005
MD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 2012
Residency Pediatrics, Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital, 2015
Fellowship, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2018

Research Interests

Dr. Schultz’s research lies at the intersection of global health and medical education. She has developed curricula on various subjects for community health workers, medical students, nurses and residents in such countries as the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Peru, Malawi, Lesotho and Rwanda. Her research involves evaluating the longitudinal efficacy of these curricula in changing clinical practice. Dr. Schultz also has a research interest in how to safely and effectively provide pediatric procedural sedation in limited-resource settings, and currently has a sedation education project ongoing in Monrovia, Liberia.