Natalie Grams (born 1978) is a medical doctor and former homeopath. In her book "Homöopathie neu gedacht" ("Homeopathy Reconsidered") she describes her way out of homoeopathy, but also takes a stand for more empathy and attention in normal medicine. As communications manager of the Gesellschaft zur wissenschaftlichen Untersuchung von Parawissenschaften (GWUP - Society for the Scientific Investigation of Parasciences) and as director of the Informationsnetzwerk Homöopathie (Homeopathy Information Network), she is committed to ensuring that patients and non-professionals are increasingly well informed about homeopathy and other pseudomedical procedures. She is now an active and public advocate for rational thought in medicine.
- Gesundheit – Ein Buch nicht ohne Nebenwirkungen (Health – A Book Not Without Side Effects). Knight, 2018
- "Homeopathy reconsidered - What really helps patients". Springer Nature Switzerland, 2019
- Homeopathy - Where is the science? - A current inventory of a pre-scientific artifact. EMBO Reports, 2019
"Von der Homöopathin zur aktiven Homöopathie-Kritikerin": Dr. Natalie Grams is a guest on the TV news program SWR-Landesschau Baden-Württemberg (SWR-Fernsehen, 6.02.2017)