Richard Barrett, ND

Professor & Faculty Investigator

Richard Barrett, ND, is a faculty investigator at the Helfgott Research Institute. His natural medicine research interests include clinical trials assessing naturopathic treatment protocols for ears, eyes, nose and throat (EENT) conditions, botanical medicinal applications, and naturopathic diagnostic techniques. He also serves as a co–investigator and Evaluation Committee member for the Oregon CAM Course at Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU), funded by an R25 grant from the National Institute of Health National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Dr. Barrett obtained his ND from NCNM in 1986 and earned the Certificate in Human Investigations from the OHSU School of Medicine in 2003. As professor with joint appointments in the departments of naturopathic medicine and holistic medical sciences at NCNM, Dr. Barrett has received two awards for excellence in teaching.