Dr. Wright is a Naturopathic doctor with 14 years of experience working in hospital- based integrative oncology teams. Dr. Wright has special expertise in pancreatic cancer and has co-authored and conducted clinical trials as well as participated in consortium work in the field of pancreatic cancer.
Dr. Wright's areas of expertise include family wellness, integrative oncology, intravenous vitamin C, glioblastoma, pancreatic cancer and the use of evidence based integrative oncology care. Dr. Wright is passionate about helping patients access evidence based, natural and supportive therapies with a focus on improving quality and quantity of life. Dr. Wright has published articles that may serve as resources in your cancer care journey. Please see the resources section of this site to read more.
Dr. Wright believes that empowering patients with education and safe tools in health creates the best care. Dr. Wright is currently President of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP.org) and serves as Research Director for KNOWoncology.org, a knowledge translation project summarizing human level data in integrative oncology. Dr. Wright sees clients both in person and also uses teleconsultation services.
Dr. Wright graduated from Bastyr University in 2005 after completing post-baccalaureate pre-medical studies at Tufts and Northeastern Universities. In Boston, Dr. Wright worked in the Harvard Mallinckrodt Laboratory of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry as Lab Manager and Research Assistant. Prior, she received a BA from St. Lawrence University in upstate NY. Dr. Wright also trained in midwifery and participated in an abroad program in Kenya East Africa working with a WHO NGO program supporting traditional birth attendants.
Dr. Wright has 2 children -ages 17 and 7 and together they enjoy hiking, picking apples, and adventures on the St. Lawrence River.
Dr. Wright is licensed as a naturopathic physician by the state of Vermont.