Dr. Emet Schneiderman
Dr. Emet D. Schneiderman says working on new challenges is his favorite part of his 20-year career at Texas A&M Health Science Center Baylor College of Dentistry.
As associate professor in biomedical sciences, Schneiderman teaches gross anatomy, biostatistics and other research methodology lectures and workshops.
He also enjoys developing new areas of research and teaching. He currently is using 3-D digital imaging to better understand facial growth in cleft patients. In addition, he is helping with the new evidence-based dentistry course for first-year dental students.
Schneiderman’s favorite memories at the college are further proof he finds new challenges gratifying. He values seeing the college’s Ph.D. program produce successful graduates because he oversaw its planning and approval in 1995. He also spent 10 years as information technology executive director.
Schneiderman enjoys travel and “exploring different places, cultures and cuisines.” He does, however, have one hobby rooted in the past: working on his vintage cars, a ’53 Studebaker Commander and an ’86 Mazda RX7.