Kids, Brains & Learning: What Goes Wrong--Prevention and Treatment

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Ray C. Wunderlich was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, on August 11, 1929. He attended schools in St. Petersburg, graduating from St. Petersburg High School in 1947. He received his B.S. degree from the University of Florida in 1951 and received his M.D. degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1955. He served a 2-year rotating internship at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N. Y. from 1955 to 1957, with major fields of study in medicine, surgery, pediatrics, and psychiatry.

From 1957 to 1959, Dr. Wunderlich was in military service. He held the rank of (Captain, Medical Corps, and was stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City, Florida.

Dr. Wunderlich received Pediatric Residency Training from 1959 to 1961 at Strong Memorial Hospital, and he was the recipient of a Wyeth Fellowship.

Since 1961 Dr. Wunderlich has been a private practitioner of Pediatrics, specializing in child development, mental retardation, and learning problems of children.

After he started his practice of pediatrics, Dr. Wunderlich found that he frequently encountered problems in his work that even his broad medical and pediatric training had not provided for. He set out to find answers and has done so. In his determined and continuous quest for ways to meet the needs of many of his young patients, Dr. Wunderlich has consulted intensively with professional colleagues in the fields of education, psychology, physical therapy, physical education, and optometry.

Dr. Wunderlich is a member of Suncoast Medical Clinic in St., Petersburg. He is a staff member of St. Petersburg's Bayfront Medical Center, St. Anthony's Hospital, and All Children's Hospital. He is certified as a Diplomate by the American Board of Pediatrics

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