About Nanette Gartrell, MD
Nanette Gartrell, MD, has been a Williams Institute Visiting Distinguished Scholar, UCLA School of Law, since 2009, and she has a guest appointment at the University of Amsterdam. She was previously on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and the University of California, San Francisco. She is a clinician and researcher whose ground-breaking investigations have been published in professional journals and cited in the media. Dr. Gartrell has appeared on network television (including Good Morning America, NBC Weekend, Fox News), on National Public Radio, and in documentaries produced for PBS, Showtime, and French and German public television. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, and the Christian Science Monitor. Dr. Gartrell has a private practice, and for 13 years she volunteered her psychiatric services to chronically mentally ill homeless people. Dr. Gartrell received the Association of Women Psychiatrists Presidential Commendation Award, American Psychiatric Association, in May 2013. She lives in San Francisco with her spouse, Dee Mosbacher, MD, PhD, with whom she was a co-recipient of the 2014 Mathew O. Tobriner Public Service award from the Legal Aid Society, Employment Law Center. Dr. Gartrell also received the GLMA Achievement Award in 2014.
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Visit the Author Appearances page for links to view video and listen to audio of her past appearances. Visit the Author Q & A page for a video of Dr. Gartrell's interview on Good Morning America, or if you'd like to ask Dr. Gartrell a question.