Dr. Terry W. Schultz is an emeritus professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tennessee. His current research focuses on toxicological read-across, however, other research topics include: computational toxicology and chemistry, adverse outcome pathways and the development and use of non-animal methods.
Dr. Schultz received his Ph.D. from The University of Tennessee and following a postdoctoral fellowship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, he returned to the University, where he served as Director of the Biological Activity Testing and Modeling Laboratory for 25 years. In 2013, Dr. Schultz completed a five-year appointment at the OECD, where he served as the science advisor to the OECD QSAR Toolbox and the Extended Advisory Group on Molecular Screening and Toxicogenomics.
In 2012, Dr. Schultz received the International QSAR Award acknowledging his outstanding contributions to the advancement of quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSARs) in environmental sciences. In 2015, he was a co-recipient of the Lush Black Box Prize for his contribution to the development of the Adverse Outcome Pathway for Skin Sensitization.
Dr. Schulz has a long history of serving on advisory/expert panels both on a national and an international level. Since 2012, he has served on the Expert Panel for Fragrance Safety.