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IM4US is honored to announce our 2024 Conference Keynote Speaker

Tieraona Low Dog, MD, ABOIM

Tieraona Low Dog, MD, has been deeply drawn to the natural world since a young age. Her journey encompassed various disciplines, including massage therapy, martial arts, midwifery, and herbal medicine, before she earned her medical degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.

Her career is characterized by her advocacy for health care that is compassionate, effective, equitable, and mindful of environmental sustainability. Her leadership extends to her tenure as Director of the first Inter-professional Fellowship in Integrative Health and Medicine, Fellowship Director for the University of Arizona's Center for Integrative Medicine founded by Andrew Weil, MD, and co-founder and guiding teacher for the New York Zen Center’s Fellowship in Contemplative Medicine. She is the Founding Director of the Integrative and Functional Medicine Fellowship at the University of California-Irvine's Susan Samueli Integrative Health Institute.

Recognized as a foremost authority in integrative medicine, women’s health, dietary supplements, and herbal medicine, Dr. Low Dog's scholarly work encompasses over 54 peer-reviewed scientific articles, 25 chapters in medical textbooks, and numerous authoritative books on health and medicine. Her participation in over 600 medical and scientific conferences worldwide highlights her global influence.



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