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Jamie Schroeder

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Research Technician and Lab Manag...

Phone: (847) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Chicago , Illinois , United States
Northwestern University
2220 Campus Drive Cook Hall, Room 2078
Evanston , Illinois 60208
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1851, Northwestern University is one of the country's leading private research and teaching universities with an enrollment of approximately 8,000...   more

Employment History


  • undergraduate degree , biotechnology
    Stanford University
  • Ph.D.
    Oxford University
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Potomac Boat Club's ..., 22 June 2007 [cached]
Potomac Boat Club's Jamie Schroeder clocked the fastest time in the time trial of the men's single sculls, finishing in a 7:01.01.Schroeder, a four-time senior national team member, represented the United States in the event at last year's world championships and will race the single at the 2007 Pan American Games in Brazil this July.Princeton Training Center's Warren Anderson, who will race in the quadruple sculls with Schroeder at the Pan American Games, placed second in a 7:04.88.
SCHROEDER, 0:07:01:012; 2: Princeton Training Center-W.
Yale Class of 1974 in the public eye [cached]
James L. Schroeder, MD (1952 - 2014) Leave a reply Sad news from Carol Williams Schroeder'75:
james schroeder yale 1974 James L. Schroeder, M.D., died in Hobe Sound, FL, on 12/30/14 from complications of acute myeloid leukemia. Jim's energy, compassion, and quest for knowledge were boundless. A rheumatologist, Jim had been a faculty member of Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago since 1983 and was CEO of Northwestern's faculty practice plan for many years. Jim had an outstanding career in his chosen profession of which more can be read here. Although not an oncologist, by the time of his death, he had managed to learn almost as much about his disease as those who were treating him.
National Team Athlete Profile: ..., 9 Dec 2007 [cached]
National Team Athlete Profile: Jamie SchroederUSRowing
National Team Athlete Profile: Jamie Schroeder
Jamie Schroeder admits his demanding work and training schedule keeps him on his toes."It does take a lot of energy and will power," said Schroeder."The main thing is that I put in time each day for each separate area."
The Wilmette, Ill., native currently lives in Bethesda, Md., and trains out of Potomac Boat Club."I practice in the morning, take public transportation to work from 9 to 5, and then have time for practice in the evening," he said.
Schroeder began rowing at Northwestern University in 2001 before completing his undergraduate degree in biotechnology at Stanford University in 2005.
He is presently involved in a unique graduate partnership program with Oxford University, which allows him to work toward his Ph.D. while holding a joint position at the U.S. National Institute of Health.Specifically, he works for the government-funded National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute in the Laboratory of Cardiac Energetics.
"The program is a different style than the traditional degree process.I was able to find a topic and build collaboration in the area of my choice," said Schroeder, who was accepted into the program last winter."The focus of my thesis is the regulation of the inside of muscle cells and mitochondrial function.This area is not yet entirely understood, and I am doing a real-time analysis of these cells using cutting-edge technology developed by the NIH."
Schroeder has a variety of prepared responses for people who inquire about his studies."I study the benefits of health and exercise; I design two-photon microscopes; or I analyze mitochondrial function.I tell them I am doing something exceptionally obscure," he said.
The relationship between Schroeder's chosen academic path, his passion for being active, and his interest in rowing is obvious.Growing up in the Midwest with little knowledge of the sport certainly hasn't affected this three-time senior national team member's success.
Less than 18 months after picking up an oar for the first time, Schroeder won gold in the eight at the 2002 Under 23 World Regatta.He went on to make his first senior national team the next summer and then earned a spot on the 2004 Olympic Team in the men's four, finishing 10th in Athens.
After taking time off following the Games to begin his graduate studies, Schroeder switched to sculling and has quickly become one of the nation's best, representing the U.S. in the single at the 2006 FISA World Championships.
"I am set on sculling.I need the flexibility of training on my own," said Schroeder, who finished 12th in the single at his first world championships."I am looking forward to racing season and working toward our goal for success in sculling in Beijing in 2008.I would very much like to be a part of achieving that."
Schroeder receives his workout schedules electronically from National Team Sculling Coach Kris Korzeniowski as part of his daily routine.
"I was hoping to use this event as a benchmark to check the pace and efficiency of my training schedule," Schroeder said.
Schroeder is currently training with a doubles partner in preparation for his entry in the second selection regatta on April 27.Just in time for spinach harvest!
James Schroeder, Jr., ... [cached]
James Schroeder, Jr., MD Schroeder Faculty profile Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Research Center
James W. Schroeder, Jr., MD, FAAP, FACS
James W Schroeder Jr
Assistant Professor Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Mann, B. Dodson, J., Schroeder, J., Lockhart, L., Leo, B., Clark, C. "Structure and Function of the galatose/N-acetyl D-galactosamine inhibitable adhesion of entamoeba dispar". Arch Med Res 1997; 28: 168-9. PMID 9033057
Gabram, S., Hoenig, J., Schroeder, J., Mansour, A., Gamelli, R. "What are the primary concerns of recently graduated surgeons and how do they differ from those of the residence training years? Archives of Surgery. 2001; 136 (10):1109-14. PMID 11585500
Morrison L. Jacobson K, Friedman M, Schroeder Jr. J."Coon J Aberrant EGFR and Chromosome 7 Associate with Outcome in Laryngeal Cancer". Laryngoscope 2005;
Schroeder, J., Mohyuddin, N., Maddalozzo, J."Branchial Anomalies in the Pediatric Population". Oto Head & Neck Surg. 2007; 137:289-295. PMID 17666258.
Schroeder, J., Rastatter, J., Walner, D. "Effect of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor on Laryngeal Wound Healing in Rabbits". Oto Head Neck Surgery. 2007; 137: 465-479. PMID 17765777.
Schroeder, J., Thakkar, K., Poznanovic, S. "Aspiration Following Supraglottoplasty for Surgical Management of Severe Laryngomalacia". Int J Ped Oto. 2008; 72:985-990. PMID 18448173.
Schroeder, J., Greene, R., Holinger, L. "Primary Closure of Persistent Tracheocutaneous Fistula in Pediatric Patients".
Schroeder, J., Holinger, L. "Congenital Laryngeal Stenosis".
Schroeder, J., Bhandarkar, N., Holinger, L. "Synchronous Airway Lesions and Outcomes in Children with Severe Laryngomalacia Requiring Supraglottoplasty".
Schroeder, J., Anstead, A., Wong, H. "Complications in Children Who Electively Remain Intubated after Adenotonsillectomy for Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea".
Bakthavachalam, S., Schroeder, J., Holinger, L. "Diagnosis and Management of Type 1 Laryngeal Cleft".
Hoff, S., Schroeder, J., Rastatter, J., Holinger, L. "Supraglottoplasty Outcomes in Relation to Age and Comorbid Conditions".
Lertsburapa, K., Schroeder, J., Sullivan, C. "Tracheal Cartilaginous sleeve in Patients with Craniosynostosis Syndromes". J of Pediatr Surgery. 2010; 45(7): 1438-1444. PMID 20638521.
Lertsburapa. K., Schroeder, J., Sullivan, C. "Assessment of Adenoid Size: A comparison of lateral radiographic measurements, radiological assessment and nasal endoscopy". Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2010; 74: 1281-1285. PMID 20828838.
Schroeder, J., Rastatter, J., Hoff, S., Holinger, L. "Aspiration before and after supraglottoplasty regardless of technique".
Patel, S, Schroeder, J."Disparities in children with Otitis Media: the effect of Insurance Status". Otolaryngology Head Neck Surg. 2011; 144(1): 73-77. PMID 21493391.
Rastattter, J., Schroeder, J., French, A., Holinger, L. "Synchronous Airway Lesions in Children Under the Age of Three Years Undergoing Adenotonsillectomy".
Jeffe, J., Bhushan, B., Schroeder. J. Nasal saline irrigation in children: A study of compliance and tolerance. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2012 Mar; 76 (3): 409-13. PMID 22266167
Schroeder, J., Schneider, J., Walner, D. The influence of peak airway pressure and oxygen requirement on infant tracheostomy. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2012 Mar: 76(3): 869-872. PMID
Schroeder, J., Dryfus, H. Chicago Otolaryngology: Perception and Practice with respect to patients with public aid insurance. Laryngoscope. (Accepted - in press).
Schroeder, J. and McColley S. "Congenital Abnormalities of the Upper Airway". In: Light MJ. Homnick DN, Schecter MS, Blaisdell CJ, Weinberger NM. Eds. Pediatric Pulmonology. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; 2011.
Maddalozzo, J., Koterski, S., Schroeder, J., Wong H. "Congenital Head and Neck Masses": Pediatric Otolaryngology for the Clinician.
Online Course: Barth, Patrick C., Schroeder, J. W., Simons, Jeffrey P. "Aerodigestive Tract Foreign Bodies" (Online course).
James Schroeder is leaving ..., 13 Mar 2009 [cached]
James Schroeder is leaving the 650-physician group to become a senior associate dean at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, according to a memo sent to faculty Friday by Larry Jameson, dean of the medical school.
The dean lauded Dr. Schroeder for overseeing a "remarkable transformation" at the faculty foundation, including his involvement in establishing a cancer center and heart institute. The faculty foundation's size doubled during his 10-year tenure, to 650 physicians and 1,200 health professionals.
The group's contribution to the medical school totaled $250 million during that time, according to the dean. The foundation pays the medical school 5% of revenue.
Dr. Schroeder, a rheumatologist, will remain CEO until a successor is found. He will continue treating patients and assume new responsibilities at the hospital once he takes the new job at the school, the dean's memo said.
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