Jean has been a board-certified family physician for over 35 years. She received her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University Medical School and completed her family medicine residency training at University of California Davis. Through her work in various clinical settings Jean has been physician to native Americans, college students, veterans, and the medically underserved. Her particular interests have been women’s medicine, geriatrics, and integrative medicine. In the early 1990’s she helped develop the Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency Program and has participated in teaching residents in the program ever since. With a longstanding interest in integrative medicine, she began formally teaching integrative modalities to the residents in 2004. That same year she helped open the first Endobiogeny clinic in the United States in a collaborative effort between Time Labs and Idaho State University under the guidance of Jean Claude Lapraz M.D. She also joined Dr. Lapraz and Annette Davis in presenting Endobiogenic seminars for health care providers. In her more recent semi-retirement Jean has authored the book “Medicinal Herbs in Primary Care: An Evidence-based Reference for Health Care Providers”.