Dr. Furrow qualified from the University of Pennsylvania and after completion of a small animal internship at the same establishment she moved to the Midwest for a residency in internal medicine followed by a PhD on metabolic and genetic risk factors for urinary stones in dogs, both at the University of Minnesota.
Dr. Eva Furrow is an Assistant Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Genetics. Her primary clinical interest areas include urinary, endocrine, and metabolic disorders. Her research interests focus on identifying ways to better prevent and treat inherited diseases by uncovering the underlying genes involved.
Awards & Recognition
2013 - 2014, American Kennel Club Clinician Scientist Fellowship
2013, Advances in Canine and Feline Genomics and Inherited Diseases Student Award for Abstract Excellence
2012, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
2011 - 2014, Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, University of Minnesota, Institutional Training Grant (NIH T32) in Comparative Medicine and Pathology
2010 - 2011, Joanne Schmidt O’Brien/Bee Hanlon Research Fellow