Think you have the stomach to eat the less charismatic organs? Eager to explore anatomy while dining with top chefs?
Join Dr. Jennifer Reid as she speaks with Dr. Jonathan Reisman, MD, a physician, author, naturalist, and adventurer. He is the co-creator of the dinner series "Anatomy Eats," and author of The Unseen Body, currently being translated into six languages.
Dr. Reisman has practiced medicine in some of the world’s most remote places, including Antarctica, the Russian and Alaskan Arctic and the Nepali Himalayas. His medical essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate and Discover Magazine.
He runs a non-profit to improve healthcare and education in India, and he lives in Philadelphia with his wife and two children.
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