Dr. Natalie M. Gallant is a board-certified UC Irvine Health physician who specializes in clinical genetics and medical biochemical genetics.
She provides diagnostic evaluations for newborns and children who are affected by a broad range of genetic conditions at the Stramski Children’s Development Center at Miller Children’s Hospital of Long Beach. These include birth defects, connective tissue disorders, developmental impairment, neurological disorders and skeletal dysplasia.
Gallant earned her medical degree at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She completed an internship and a residency in pediatrics and medical genetics with the UCLA Intercampus Medical Genetics Training Program. She also completed a fellowship in medical biochemical genetics with the program, which is jointly run by UCLA, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange.
Gallant’s research emphasis is in the field of inborn errors of metabolism, especially in urea cycle disorders in children and adults.