Richard Gunderman

Doctor and vice-chair of the Radiology Department at Indiana University and a contributing writer for The Atlantic.

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Richard Gunderman, MD, PhD, is a contributing writer for The Atlantic. He is a professor of radiology, pediatrics, medical education, philosophy, liberal arts, and philanthropy, and vice-chair of the Radiology Department, at Indiana University.

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