Max Gomez Biography
Max Gomez is an American medical correspondent and an Award-winning anchor. Gomez is currently serving for the flagships station in New York City at NBC2 since 1997 after leaving WCBS TV, where he has served as a medical correspondent and chief health editor.
Max Gomez Age
Gomez was born in Havana, Cuba. He has managed to keep his date of birth, month, or a year out of the public eye.
Max Gomez Height
Gomez stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Max Gomez Education
Gomez attained his high school diploma from Coral Gables High School. He joined Princeton University from 1969 to 1973, where he graduated with his B.A. in Geophysical Science. In 1978 he earned his Ph.D. in Neuroscience and anatomy from Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Max Gomez Nationality
Max is of American nationality.
Max Gomez Parents
Max seems to keep his personal life separate from his proffessional.No details about his parents’ identity and background are available to the public. However, he was born and raised in Cuba.
Max Gomez Wife
Max is yet to reveal his marital status. Despite being a media personality-less known to the public, his private life, including his marital status, is unknown if he is aingle, dating, or married.
Max Gomez WCBS TV
Gomez serves as a medical correspondent and chief health editor at NBC2/WNBC and WCBS-TV in New York City. He joined the network as a health and science editor. Max served several years on the American Heart Association national board of directors. Furthermore, he serves as an undergraduate medical student mentor, reporter, and Doctor for learners interested in medical journalism.
From 1994 to 1997, Gomez worked at WCBS-TV as a medical reporter/health editor. He began his career in journalism at KYW-TV in Philadelphia as the health and science editor. He also has spent some years working as a health and science broadcaster and editor at WNEW-TV.
Gomez holds several honors, including seven Emmy Awards from New York, for Best Documentary for a report on AIDS. He won a UPI Award and two Emmys from Philadelphia, and after September 11, he became receipt of an Excellence in Time of Crisis Award from New York City. In addition, he was also awarded a national television journalism award by the National Marfan Foundation. For his report on two twin girls suffering from blood cancer in Long Island, we received a national television journalism award from the Leukemia Society of America. Furthermore, the American Health Foundation recognized him as Man of the Year.
Gomez worked on the committee of advisers at the Science Writers Fellowship. He was at the Children’s Hospital of New York on the board of advisers at the Heroes and Hopes Children’s Cancer Fund/Finances.
Max Gomez Books
Besides Gomez being a correspondent, he has co-authored several primers, including a primer on the roles of adult stem cells in curing and treating diseases, a book known as “The Healing Cell, “How the Greatest Revolution in Medical History is Changing Your Life.”
His second book, “The Prostate Health Program,” discusses how an innovative plan that guides exercise, lifestyle, and diet changes may help prevent prostate cancer .2017 release ‘Cells are the New Cure’ and in 2021 authored “Cells are the New Cure Lib.
Max Gomez Salary
Gomez receives an estimated annual salary of $90 566.
Max Gomez Networth
Max has a net worth of approximately $1.5 million.
Max Gomez Instagram
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