Dr. Zora DeGrandpre practices naturopathic medicine (home visits) in rural Washington and is a professional medical and scientific writer and editor, specializing in naturopathic, functional, botanical, and integrative medicine. Dr. DeGrandpre has degrees in drug design, immunology, and natural medicine and has extensive research experience in cancer and molecular immunology.
She has written textbooks in AP Chemistry and Biology as well as textbooks in botanical medicine and the interactions between botanical medicines and pharmaceutics. She has written grants, curricula and articles in naturopathic, functional and integrative medicine and is currently writing a textbook chapter on the effects of nutrition on epigenetic changes and the pathophysiology of chronic disease. Dr DeGrandpre writes online courses for medical students around the world and courses for continuing medical education including courses on the rational and evidence-based use of medical marijuana and other cannabis products. Dr. DeGrandpre also specializes in formulating rational, evidence-based supplements and has served as a grant reviewer for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and as a scientific consultant for legal and nutraceutical questions.
Dr. DeGrandpre also has an interest in rural and geriatric medicine and serves on the board of the Lewis County Seniors, a 501c3 with a mission to provide nutritional, educational, health and enrichment services for area seniors. She also runs Rural Senior Health Solutions, a 501c3 providing informational seminars, grants, wellness checks and home visits.