Tiffany Turner is a graduate of the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and is part of the team at Integrative Health in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her research career began with comparative genomics using software modeling to annotate genomes of very small creatures with names impossible to pronounce correctly.

For the last four years she has been a part of a research team that focuses on the prevention, control and treatment of multi-drug resistant bacteria and viruses using botanicals. Her work has been published in several peer-reviewed journals. In her spare time she tortures bacteria, is curious about anything that will fit under a microscope and gets embarrassingly excited when lab supplies arrive in the mail.

Her love of botanical medicine and curiosity about infectious diseases has sparked a passion for sharing her research with others. She has presented nationally at integrative conferences including the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine Symposium, the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians Annual Convention, the Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine, and the Ancestral Health Symposium as well as internationally at the International Congress on Naturopathic Medicine.

She has a clinical focus in endocrinology and has a passion for promoting mental health. 

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