Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)

What is a Surgeon's CV?

Latin curriculum ("course"), derived from currere ("to race"), + vitae, genitive of vita ("life").
Curriculum vitae is Latin meaning "course of life". In North America, Australia, and India the terms "résumé" and "CV" may be used interchangeably. However, a résumé more often has a free-form organizational style and is used for seeking employment in the private sector, whereas a curriculum vitae (also called a vita, but not curriculum vita, see below) usually has a more standardized look and format for the purpose of seeking positions in academic or educational institutions. A curriculum vitae often includes complete and unembellished lists of data such as educational institutions attended, degrees received, positions held, professional affiliations, publications authored, etc.
W. Randall Schultz, MD, MS

630 W. 34th Street Ste. 302

Austin, TX 78705


University of Texas at San Antonio
Sports Medicine Fellowship
Dr. Jesse DeLee
August 2003-August 2004

Dartmouth College
Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences
M.S. May 2002

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
June 1999-June 2003 (anticipated)

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
General Surgery Internship
June 1998-June 1999

Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas
M.D May 1998
Sept. 1994-May 1998

University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia
BA in Psychology 1994
Sept. 1992-May 1994

Rice University
Houston, Texas
60 hours progress toward degree in Sports Medicine
Sept. 1990-May 1992

S.F. Austin High School
Austin, Texas
May 1990


Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
•New England Orthopaedic Society Kilfoyle 1st place award for outstanding resident/fellow research paper presented at the New England Orthopaedic Society meeting , Nov. 2001

Baylor College of Medicine
•Recipient of Eppright Medical Student Award for Outstanding Achievement in Orthopedic Research 1997

Rice University
•National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award

S.F. Austin High School
•Induction into Maroon Society 1990 (honorary society of top one percent students/graduating class based on academic/community leadership)
•Princeton Book Club Award for outstanding high school senior student 1990
•Commended National Merit Scholar 1990

•Four year varsity starting quarterback Austin High School
•Member of the all-century team, S.F. Austin High School
•Austin Independent School District city record holder in career passing yardage
•Pre-Season All State QB 1989
•All Central Texas QB 1989
•Austin American Statesman, Houston Post, Houston Chronicle, and Dallas Morning News Texas Top 50 Blue Chip Recruiting List 1990
•Max Emfinger's top 30 high school quarterbacks in the nation, 1990
•Full athletic football scholarship to Rice University, 1990
•Starting quarterback for Texas in the 1990 Oil Bowl (Texas vs. Oklahoma high school all star game)


•W. Randall Schultz, Russell C. McKissick, and Jesse C. DeLee. Tibial Tunnel Widening After Hamstring Tendon Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: The Effect of Supplemental Aperture Fixation With Autogenous Bone Cores , Am J Sports Med 2007 35: 1725-1730
•Schultz WR, Carr CF. Comparison of clinical outcomes of reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament: autogenous patellar tendon and hamstring grafts. Am J Orthop. 2002 Nov;31(11):613-20.
•Schultz WR, Weinstein JN, Weinstein SL, Smith BG . Prophylactic Pinning of the Contralateral Hip in Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis : Evaluation of Long-Term Outcome for the Contralateral Hip with Use of Decision Analysis . J Bone Joint Surg Am 2002 84: 1305-1314.
•Schultz WR, Carr CF. Femoral osteochondral lesion resulting from Meniscal Arrow repair, Journal of Arthroscopy. Volume 16, Number 4, May/June 2000
Unpublished Work:
•Schultz WR, Sporer SS, Slover J. “The Expected Value of Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty vs. Total Hip Arthroplasty for Patients Under Fifty Years of Age with Osteoarthritis of the Hip.” (Under review)
•Schmidt DR, Schultz WR. Prospective randomized controlled trial of autogenous bone cores in ACL reconstruction with autogenous hamstrings.
•Jacobs PM, Schultz WR. Prospective randomized trial of continuous passive motion of the shoulder following rotator cuff repair.
•Marsh EJ, Schultz WR, Moen KY. Late rupture of a patellar tendon fifteen years after ACL reconstruction with a lateral one-third bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft.
•Schultz WR, Brito J, Birkmeyer JD. Cost Analysis of Autocollection in Total Knee Arthroplasty.
•Schultz, WR, Gibbons, D, Brito J, Sparks, MB. Efficacy of Preoperative Templating of Long Bone Fractures.
•Schultz WR, Perrone A, Sparks MB. Knee specific utility analysis following arthroscopic ACL reconstruction: outcome from the patients’ perspective.
•Reviewer for the journal Spine
•Comparison of the differences in the valgus and normal femur with respect to canal size and shape in the upper one-third of the femur, under the guidance of Philip Noble PHD, Baylor College of Medicine (1997-1998)
•“The PCL” Annual University of Texas Sports Medicine Symposium. Jan. 2006.
•“Osteochondritis Dissecans” Annual University of Texas Sports Medicine Symposium. Jan. 2006.
•“Articular Cartilage Injuries in Athletes” Annual University of Texas Sports Medicine Symposium. Jan. 2005.
•“Minimally Invasive Total Knee Arthroplasty” Presented at the Texas Orthopaedic Association; Dallas, TX; May 2005
•“Brachial plexus injuries in athletes.” Presented at the 31st Annual University of Texas Sports Medicine Symposium. Jan. 2004.
•Paper presentation at 2003 AAOS meeting in New Orleans, LA. “Prophylactic Pinning of the Contralateral Hip in Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis.”
•Paper presentation at the 2001 New England Orthopedic Society Meeting in Boston, MA. “Prophylactic Pinning of the Contralateral Hip in Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis.”


•American Medical Association, 1994-
•American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 1998-
•Texas Orthopaedic Association, 2003-
•Travis County Medical Association, 2004-
•American Academy of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, 2003 –
•Texas Orthopaedic Association 2003-; Delegate to the TMA
•Team Physician Austin McCallum High School, 2004-2007
•Team Physician S.F. Austin High School, 2007-present