University of Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota
Dr. Eva Furrow obtained her veterinary doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. After completion of a small animal internship at the University of Pennsylvania, she moved out to the Midwest for a residency in small animal internal medicine followed by a PhD on metabolic and genetic risk factors for urinary stones in dogs, both at the University of Minnesota. She is currently an assistant professor of internal medicine and genetics at the University of Minnesota. Her primary interest areas include genetic, urinary, endocrine, and metabolic disorders.