Tieraona (tier-oh-nay) Low Dog, MD

Tieraona (tier-oh-nay) Low Dog, MD is an internationally recognized physician, author, educator and thought leader in integrative medicine. Dr. Low Dog is a founding Member of the American Board of Integrative Medicine, was appointed by President Bill Clinton to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy, followed by an appointment to the Advisory Council for the National Institutes of Health National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM). Before earning her medical degree from the University of Mexico School of Medicine, she practiced herbal medicine and midwifery. She has since become one of the foremost experts in the United States on the safe and appropriate use of botanical remedies and dietary supplements and has served as the Chair of the Dietary Supplements and Botanicals Admission Evaluation Sub-Committee from 2010-2020. As a highly sought consultant to industry, Dr. Low Dog has helped many companies craft safe, innovative, and effective products in the natural products space. As a prolific scholar, she has published 54 research articles in medical/science journals, written 24 chapters for medical textbooks, and authored five books including four with National Geographic: Fortify Your Life, Healthy at Home, Life is Your Best Medicine, and Guide to Medicinal Herbs. Over her 40-year career, Dr. Low Dog presented at more than 600 conferences, reaching over 50,000 people annually with her message of healthy nutrition and supplement use, holistic health, integrative medicine, and deep ecology.