Dr. Nancy Snyderman is an award winning medical journalist and has garnered several of the industry’s most distinguished honors including Emmy’s, DuPont, Edward R. Murrow, and Gracie awards. She has reported on wide-ranging topics affecting all strata of society and has traveled the world extensively, reporting from many of the world’s most troubled areas.
Necessary Journeys: Letting Ourselves Learn from Life
How can we cope with the setbacks that we face throughout the course of our lives, without letting them hold us back? In this autobiographical address, Dr. Snyderman relates episodes from her past, including her rape at knifepoint while still in college and the husband who spent all of her money while leading a double life. She discusses how she has come to term with these traumas, and how she has been able to move forward.
Healthcare: A Physician’s View
Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s unique experience and perspectives as both a physician and respected medical journalist provide audiences with valuable insights to the issues that surround today’s latest healthcare debates and concerns.
Snyderman also serves on the board of directors for GE’s Healthymagination, as well as the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and The Forman School in Litchfield, Connecticut. She is on faculty in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania.
Prior to joining NBC News, Snyderman served as Vice President of Consumer Education at Johnson & Johnson, where she focused on the importance of digital health. Before that she served as the medical correspondent at ABC News for 17 years, contributing to 20/20, Primetime, and Good Morning America. She was a frequent substitute co-host on Good Morning America.
Snyderman’s medical work has been widely published in peer review journals and she is the recipient of numerous research grants. She was awarded a Kellogg fellowship in 1987. She is a New York Times bestselling author, having written five books. She also writes a monthly column for AARP magazine.