Benjamin Chesluk (author) is a cultural anthropologist who has been conducting research to understand and improve health care since 2005. He is currently Senior Researcher for Ethnographic Research at the American Board of Internal Medicine. Before coming to the ABIM, he spent several years at a design-research consulting firm, where he conducted ethnographic research in clinics, ORs and ICUs around the world. He has taught at the Stanford University d.school, as well as at New York University and Fordham University. Chesluk is also the author of Money Jungle (2007), an anthropological study of the redevelopment of New York City's Times Square, published by Rutgers University Press. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California at Santa Cruz.
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