Mike is a clinical research fellow at the UCDMC, with his research focused on the application of breath analysis to pulmonary diagnostics.
Michael Schivo, M.D.
Fellow Physician, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Education and Training
B.S. University of California, Davis (1993-1998)
Biological Sciences & English (double)
M.D. Drexel University (1999-2003)
College of Medicine
University of California, Davis, Medical Center (2003-2006)
Residency, Internal Medicine
University of California, Davis, Medical Center (2006-2007)
Chief Resident, Internal Medicine
University of California, Davis, Medical Center (2009-2011)
Fellow, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
M.S. University of California, Davis, Medical Center (2009-2011)
Mentored Clinical Research Training Program (MCRTP), Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC)
- Internal Medicine Board- Exp 11/2016
- DEA- Exp 11/2011
- CA State- Exp 11/2010
- ACLS- Exp 6/2009
- Fluoroscopy X-Ray Supervisor and Operator- RHC 166669 2008-2010
- breath analysis methods
- non-invasive clinical diagnostics
Positions and Experience
- 1994-1998 Organizational Member, Clinica Tepati Free Clinic (Sacramento, CA)
- 1996-1998 Undergraduate research assistant, Dept of Pathology, UC Davis Med Center (Sacramento, CA)
- 1999-2002 Medical student volunteer, St. John's Men's Clinic & Salvation Army Clinic (Philadelphia, PA)
- 2002-2003 4th Year Clinical Instructor for 2nd Year Students, Drexel Univ College of Med. (Philadelphia, PA)
- 2005- Attending Physician, Clinica Tepati Free Clinic (Sacramento, CA)
- 2007- Fellow, Pulmonary / Critical Care Medicine, Univ of California Davis Medical Center (Davis, CA)
- Sankaran S, Loyola B, Zhao W, Morgan JT, Molina M, Schivo M, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE. (2007) Micromachined differential mobility spectrometers for breath analysis. Sensors, 2007 IEEE 1: 16-19.
- Loyola B, Bhushan A, Schivo M, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE. Temperature changes in exhaled breath condensate collection devices affects observed acetone concentrations. Journal of Breath Research 2: 1-7. (doi: 10.1088/1752-7155/2/3/037005)
- Molina M, Sankaran S, Zhao W, Schivo M, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE. (2008) Design-of-experiment optimization of exhaled breath condensate analysis using a miniature differential mobility spectrometer (DMS). (accepted and in press, Analytica Chimica Acta) (doi:10.1016/j.aca.2008.09.010)
- Schivo M, Zeki AA, Kenyon NJ, Louie S. Asthma conundrums. Chapter in Challenging Cases in Asthma and Immunonlogy. Edited by Mahmoudi M. (accepted for publication)
- Strand N, Bhushan A, Schivo M, Kenyon N, Davis CE*. (2010) Chemically polymerized polypyrrole for on-chip concentration of volatile breath metabolites. Sensors and Actuators B 143(2): 516-523.
- Davis CE*, Bogan MJ, Sankaran S, Molina MA, Loyola BR, Zhao W, Benner WH, Schivo M, Farquar GR, Kenyon NJ, Frank M. (2010) Volatile and non-volatile analysis of biomarkers in human breath using differential mobility spectrometry. IEEE Sensors Journal special issue "Sensors for Breath Analysis" 10(1): 114-122.
- Zhao W, Bhushan A, Schivo M, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE*. (2010) Miniature differential mobility spectrometry (DMS) advances towards portable autonomous health diagnostic systems. Wearable and Autonomous Biomedical Devices and Systems: New issues and Characterization. (editors S.C. Mukhopadhyay and A. Lay-Ekuakille) Springer-Verlag (Berlin, Heidelberg) (accepted, in press)