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Lundberg, George D.


LUNDBERG, George D. American, b. 1933. Genres: Medicine/Health. Career: Pathologist, editor, and author. Chief pathologist at a teaching hospital, El Paso, TX; Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center, Los Angeles, professor of pathology and associate director of laboratories for ten years; University of California, Davis, professor and chair of pathology for five years; American Medical Association, Chicago, IL, editor of Journal of the American Medical Association, editor-in-chief of Scientific Information and Multimedia Group, 1982-99; Medscape (online medical information), founder and editor-in-chief of Medscape General Medicine, 1999-; emeritus editor-in-chief, 2002-; special advisor to CEO and chair, WebMD, 2002-; CBS, founder and editor-in-chief. Adjunct professor at Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, and Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA. Publications: (with J. Stacey) Severed Trust: Why American Medicine Hasn't Been Fixed, 2001. EDITOR: (and contrib) Managing the Patient-focused Laboratory, 1975; (with B.H. Woolley) Pathology for the Practicing Pharmacist, 1976; The Professional and Community Role of the Pathologist in Alcohol Abuse, 1976; Using the Clinical Laboratory in Medical Decision-making, 1983; (with H.S. Meyer) Fifty-one Landmark Articles in Medicine: The JAMA Centennial Series, 1985; (with H.M. Cole) AIDS, from the Beginning, 1986. Address: 253 East Delaware Pl. 8B, Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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