Dr. Gambrell graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine (now KUMBC), in 2003. After completing her Transitional Osteopathic Internship in Darby, PA, she completed an anesthesia residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She then completed a pediatric anesthesia fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles in 2009 and remained on stall for two years as an Assistant Professor. She is currently undergoing a 5 year Anthroposophical Medical training program in pursuit of a certification in this field, and is also a MAPS provider. As well, Dr. Gambrell is a student of Dr. James Jealous, the physician who developed Pediatric Biodynamic Osteopathy in the Cranial Field.
Her area of interest is working with pediatric special needs, including autism, ADHD, sensory disorders, food sensitivities and other chronic diseases of children caused by environmental triggers. She also maintains her pediatric anesthesia practice, working with this same population of children.