George C. Wunderlich Bio
George C. Wunderlich is the Director of the United States Army Medical Department Museum at Joint Base San Antonio Fort Sam Houston. Previously he was Executive Director of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine where he formerly held the position of Director of Education. He is also former Assistant Director of Human Formation at Mount St. Mary's Seminar.
In 1995. Mr. Wunderlich was awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution National Medal of Honor for his work in public history. Since then, he has developed historically-based medical leadership training programs for the Joint Medical Executive Skills Institute, The United States Army Medical Department (AMEDD) the Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and various other civilian and governmental organizations.
In 2011. Mr. Wunderlich was awarded the Order of Military Medical Merit by Army Surgeon General Lieutenant General Eric B. Schoomaker for his support of military medicine. He is a nationally known speaker on various Civil War topics and can be regularly seen on the History Channel. PBS, National Geographic and the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Mr. Wunderlich and his wife. Dr. Irene Wunderlich Ed.D live in San Antonio, Texas.