Dr. Jackson serves as the Associate Program Director for KU Internal Medicine Residency in Wichita dedicating her time training future doctors for the state of Kansas. She is board certified in internal medicine and hospice and palliative care and certified by the Obesity Medical Association and the Institute for Functional Medicine. Her passion is research and teaching about a real food diet and sustainable agricultural practices as it relates to human health and environmental issues. In summer 2013, she and her family relocated to a 40 acre farm implementing a grass finished cattle and pastured poultry business using local distribution and “beyond organic” farming practices. Dr. Jackson is the founder of KU Wichita Functional Medicine which focuses on identifying factors underlying our chronic disease epidemics and focuses on reversing disorders using a system-based approach to health focusing on intensive lifestyle modification, microbiome manipulation and toxin reduction.