George D. LundbergMD
Dr. Lundberg is the Chief Medical Officer and Editor-In-Chief of CollabRx, a Rennova Health Company in San Francisco. He is also President and Chair of the Board of Directors of The Lundberg Institute, a Consulting Professor at Stanford University, and Editor-at-Large for Medscape from WebMD. Dr. Lundberg has more than 35 years combined experience as Editor-in-Chief of JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association), the 10 AMA specialty journals, AM News, Medscape, The Medscape Journal, e-Medicine from Web MD, MedPage Today from Everyday Health, and Cureus.
A frequent lecturer and video columnist, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the Industry Standard dubbed Dr. Lundberg "Online Healthcare's Medicine Man" in 2000. Prior to CollabRx, Dr. Lundberg served as the President of the American Society for Clinical Pathology, Professor of Pathology and Associate Director of Laboratories at the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center for 10 years, and for 5 years was a Professor and Chair of Pathology at the University of California, Davis.
He served in the US Army during the Vietnam War, leaving as a lieutenant colonel after 11 years. Dr. Lundberg completed a clinical internship in Hawaii and a pathology residency in San Antonio. Called a medical Internet "pioneer" in 1995, Dr. Lundberg holds earned and honorary degrees from North Park College, Baylor University, the University of Alabama (Birmingham and Tuscaloosa), the State University of New York, Syracuse, Thomas Jefferson University and the Medical College of Ohio. Dr. Lundberg has worked in tropical medicine in Central America and Forensic Medicine in New York, Sweden, and England. His major professional interests are toxicology, violence, communication, physician behavior, patient safety, and health system reform.