Dr. Sanjay Gupta Biography
Sanjay Gupta works for CNN as the Chief Medical Correspondent, also at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia as associate chief of the neurosurgery service, and also at the Emory University School of Medicine as an assistant professor of neurosurgery.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Age
Sanjay Gupta is aged 52 years old and she was born in Novi, Michigan on October 23, 1969.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Height
Sanjay is 5 feet and 8 inches/ 2m tall.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Education
Gupta together with his young brother Suneel completed their high school course at Novi High School. Then Gupta moved to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical sciences and an M.D. degree in 1993.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Family
Subhash Gupta and Damyanti Gupta are Sanjay’s parents, they met in Livonia, Michigan, to work as engineers for Ford Motor Company, also he has a young brother called Suneel Gupta. More information on this will be updated.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Wife
Sanjay is a married man to Rebecca Olsen who is a family law attorney, they tied the knot back in 2004 in a Hindu wedding ceremony, together they have three kids and they live in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Daughters
Sanjay and Rebecca Olsen, have three daughters; Soleil Asha Gupta, Sage Ayla Gupta, and Sky Anjali Gupta. More details on the girls will be updated.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Salary
Sanjay annually receives an annual salary of $ 24,292 – $ 72,507. This is according to CNN correspondents salaries.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Net Worth
Sanjay has an estimated net worth of $8 million.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Career
Sanjay Gupta is currently the chief medical correspondent for CNN, he covers medical issues for CNN shows within and outside, he also is a practicing neurosurgeon.
He performed life-saving brain surgery five times in a desert operating room, it was the first field operation during the war and he covered it live, In 2003, he reported from Iraq and Kuwait as the unit traveled to Baghdad he was together with the US Navy’s “Devil Docs” medical unit, he covered the tsunami that claimed more than 155,000 lives in Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka in 2004, Due to this he got CNN the 2005 Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award.
2015, after Nepal, was hit by a major earthquake he went to cover the aftermath in Kathmandu. He gave out a story of the separation of craniopagus twins Jadon and Anias McDonald in the Emmy award-winning documentary “Separated: Saving the Twins.” in 2016.