Paul D. Schreuders, Ph.D.










Dr. Paul Schreuders

Engineering & Technology Education
Utah State University
6000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6000

(435) 797-7559



Dr. Schreuders measuring crayfish respiration.


Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, University of Texas (1989)

  • Dissertation: Development and Verification of a Kinetic Model for Multicomponent Diffusion in Biological Systems
  • Advisor: Kenneth R. Diller

M.Sc., Bioengineering, Clemson University (1985)

  • Thesis: Extracellular Matrix Within Dacron® Velour Implants
  • Advisor: Andreas F. von Recum

B.Sc., Chemical Engineering, Clemson University (1982)

Post-Doctoral, Biology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (1990-1996)

  • 1990-1991, University of Tennessee Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • 1992-1995, NIH Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • 1995-1996, University of Tennessee Post-Doctoral Fellow

Research Interests

Engineering Education - engineering design processes, graphical techniques for engineering design, development of biological design projects.

Biological Engineering - quantitative microscopy, biological systems modeling, cellular engineering, biofilms.


Teaching Interests

  • The Crayfish Mesocosm Project
  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Engineering Properties of Biological Materials
  • Biological and Engineering Systems Modeling


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