Dr. Nancy Snyderman is an American physician and television broadcast journalist born in 1952 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. She has been working as chief medical editor on NBC News since 2006, and repeatedly appears in the shows like NBC Nightly News, NBC's Today, and MSNBC where she talks on health related topics.
Synderman is also involved at the University of Pennsylvania as on the staff of the Ontaryngology Head and Neck Surgery department in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is specialized in head and neck cancer and is licensed by a non-profit corporation called The American Board of Otolaryngology. Synderman received her schooling education from South Side High School located in Ft.Wayne, Indiana from where she graduated in 1970.
She earned her Bachelor's of Arts degree in microbiology from the Indian University. Later, she joined University of Nebraska Medical Center, attending medical school in Omaha, Nebraska, and received her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1977. Following her medical degree,Synderman received training in pediatrics and ear, nose and throat surgery with medical residencies at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
In 1983, she joined the surgical staff at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas where she specialized in throat and neck cancers. In 1984, Synderman started out her television broadcasting career from the ABC affiliated television, KATV located in Little Rock.She then worked as a medical correspondent at KPIX-TV in San Francisco, California. During the 1990's she affiliated to ABC News as a contributor to "Good Morning America", and "20/20 ", and "Primetime."
She spent seventeen years at ABC News. She later became vice president for multinational medical devices "Johnson & Johnson", educating the public regarding health and medicine. In the year 1988, Synderman went to San Francisco to continue her head and neck surgery practice at the University of California San Francisco and California Pacific Medical Center. September 2006, she moved to NBC News as chief medical editor. She reported various medical issues affeting both male and female. She also travelled in those areas where the people are being affected by the chronic diseases.
Snyderman has her own website (www. DrNancySynderman.com) where she provides the answers to the questions related to health and medicine. If we have any health and medical queries, we can ask her to find out our solutions. Synderman has earned several honors and recognizations including multiple Emmy Awards,Edward R.Murrow Awards, duPont Award, an Alfred I and a Gracie Award. She is also a co-founder of CarePlanners which provides a service to the people to have effective healthcare system.
She has authored several books which include "Dr. Nancy Snyderman's Guide to Good Health for Women Over Forty ", "Necessary Journeys", and "Girl in the Mirror:Mother and Daughters in the Years of Adolescence." Dr. Nancy Synderman is in her early sixties, who is living with her three children. She is separated from her husband, Dough Myers, to whom she married in 1993.