He received his Bachelor of Science in biology with a minor in chemistry from Prairie View A&M University.
Kevin Schumann is a board certified Physician Assistant. Schumann then went on to obtain his Masters in Public Health (MPH) with a focus in Behavioral Health from the Texas A&M School of Rural Public Health.
Following graduation, he worked at the Southwest Prevention Center in Norman, Oklahoma, where he worked on a substance abuse prevention research program. This program would become a course that is currently taught as one of the core curriculum courses for the Masters of Prevention Science Degree offered at Oklahoma University.
Later he became a behavioral researcher at MD Anderson where he worked on behavioral health examinations and screening protocols as well as the understanding of behavioral issues related to being diagnosed with cancer. He also worked in collaboration with the MD Anderson Epidemiology and Genetics departments to assess the link from cancer development to the p53 gene mutation. He also studied the behaviors centered around families who have previously been identified with having the p53 gene mutation.
After finishing his commitment at MD Anderson, he attended The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, TX, for his degree in Physician Assistant studies. He graduated from UTMB in 2011 with a Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) and joined the Greater Houston Neurosurgery Center in July of 2012.
He is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and licensed by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners. He is a member of the American Academyof Physician Assistants, the Texas Academy of Physician Assistants, the Texas Association of Neurosurgeons, and the American Association of Neurosurgeons.