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Larry Gerard Nassar (born August 16, 1963) is an American convicted felon and child sexual abuser who was the USA Gymnastics ​ national team doctor and an Osteopathic physician ​ at Michigan State University ​. [25] [23] [21] ​ He was accused of sexual abuse by more than 250 girls [36] ​ including a number of renowned Olympic gymnasts. [29] [28] [24] ​ ​

On January 24, 2018, Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for sexual assault of minors. This is in addition to the 60-year term Nassar was sentenced to in December 2017 on child pornography ​ charges. [30] [29] [28]

Professional photo of Larry Nassar


He attended and graduated from Michigan State University ​ in 1993 with his medical degree and completed practice residency at St. Lawrence Hospital in 1996 followed by a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Michigan State University in 1997. [3]


Larry was an athletic trainer ​ throughout medical school. During the late 1980s in the U.S., he was very much involved with the initial training camp movement in Region 5. Under his guidance and educational influence, Region 5 prospered in the area of preventative and rehabilitative procedures as related to assisting our athletes reach their ultimate goals. [4]

Since 1986, he was an active member of the USA Gymnastics ​ National Team medical staff and then later the National Team Physician. He was also appointed to the Board of Directors as the National Medical Coordinator in 1996. [5]

He was a part of 4 Olympic Games in which his role in the medical staff was a vital force. The games were: Atlanta ​, Sydney ​, Beijing ​, and London ​. During this time, he became an essential figure in revolutionizing how professional athletes train and require medical assistance by combining the two at the upper levels of Gymnastics ​. [6]

He later became the Team physician at Michigan State University ​ for the Women's Gymnastics and Women's Crew Teams. While there, he worked as the associate professor in the Department of Radiology, Division of Sports Medicine. He also taught sports medicine and physical exam skills to the first and second year medical students in the College of Osteopathic Medicine at M.S.U. [7]

Awards and Grants

“USA Gymnastics Shirley Marshack Memorial Award for the Development of the Talent Opportunity Program” - 2003 [8]

Larry Nassar with some of his friends.

"United States Women’s Gymnastics Elite Coaches Association National Contributor of the Year" ‘92 - ‘93, ‘93 - ‘94, ‘95 - ‘96, ‘96 - ’97, ’98 – ’99 and ’01-‘02 Gymnastics Seasons [9]

“USA Gymnastics Service Award” Presented by the USAG Athlete Advisory Council August, 1997 [10]

"Region 5 Contributor of the Year" ‘90 - ‘91, ‘91 - ‘92, ‘92 - ‘93, and ‘96 - ‘97 Gymnastics Seasons [11]

“Michigan Gymnastics Contributor of the Year” ‘92 - ‘93, ‘93 - ‘94, ‘95- ’96, and 2009-2010 Gymnastics Seasons [12]

“Jack Rockwell Award” Awarded in recognition for sports medicine contributions in the sport of gymnastics August, 1994 [13]

"Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Alumni Association Award" Presented at my medical school graduation awards banquet for displaying osteopathic principles May, 1993. [14]


United States Olympic Committee Sport Science Grant "Roentgenographic Changes in Female Gymnasts' Wrists" Radiographic examination and interpretation of 139 adolescent female gymnasts. May - December, 1990. [15]

Sexual Misconduct & Child Pornography


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