First Year Resident
BA in Biochemistry from University of Washington in Seattle, WA in 2011; Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in 2017.
Dr. Green's primary research interest is evaluating the effectiveness of traditional herbal remedies in treating disease as well as evaluating how plant compounds interact with pharmaceuticals. She has served as a research assistant in multiple research projects evaluating the effects of plant and mushroom compounds on the immune system.
Dr. Green strives to educate, empower, and support her patients to achieve their health goals. Her care is truly integrative as she creates personalized treatment plans guided by her patients' values in conjunction with evidence-based conventional and naturopathic therapeutics. She supports her patients' health with herbal medicine, nutrition and lifestyle changes, counseling, and hands-on therapies.
Family medicine, women's health, digestive disorders, allergies, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and autoimmune conditions.
Past Professional Experience
Teaching assistant in Physical Exam Diagnosis classes and Clinical Skills lab at Bastyr University.
Research assistant evaluating immunomodulatory effects of turkey tail mushroom (Trametes versicolor) in patients with prostate and breast cancer (2011-2012).
Research assistant in plant physiology lab at University of Washington (2009-2011).
Member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians.