Dr. Brittany Furrow was born in New Brunswick, Canada and grew up in Houston, Texas. She received a BA degree in Biology and a BS degree in Human Development and Family Sciences from The University of Texas at Austin. Before medical school, she pursued her passion for volunteering in her community, experienced a slice of global medicine in Panama and Costa Rica, and worked as a medical assistant for a pediatric neurologist in Austin, Texas. She attended the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, where she was an active member of the inaugural Clinical Student Government Association as a representative for New York students. Most recently, she assisted children with autism throughout a therapeutic horsemanship program and was a Clinical Team Leader for a gastroenterology team in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Furrow’s professional interests include integrative medicine, community medicine and pediatrics, with a particular interest in behavioral health. She looks forward to developing her passions through training at The Institute for Family Health and immersing herself in the communities of Mid-Hudson. Her personal interests include assisting in film production, sewing, reading, riding her bike in a leisurely manner, and practicing yoga.