Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz is a consummate storyteller.
Sharing colorful examples about the fascinating interplay between human and animal medicine, the influential UCLA cardiologist and evolutionary biologist knows how to captivate, enlighten and inspire audiences.
With an academic background steeped in both clinical and behavioral health, Dr. Natterson-Horowitz is a sought-after speaker who can address a wide range of topics – from female health to animal sexuality, evolution, cardiology, mental health, eating disorders ,adolescence, addiction and more. Her breadth of expertise, compelling presentations and engaging sense of humor – along with an arsenal of entertaining animal videos – can be adapted to any audience.
Dr. Natterson-Horowitz' drive to strengthen modern medicine led her to pioneer Zoobiquity, a new field that recognizes the natural world as an endless source of solutions for human health. Her bestselling books and conferences shed light on why we get sick—and reveal species-spanning clues to getting and staying healthy.
Dr. Natterson-Horowitz is a popular keynote speaker, conference headliner and Ted Talks contributor. To explore her booking availability and fees, please contact Meagan Martin, email@example.com