Newton Agrawal, MD, PhD is a Board Certified Physician/Psychiatrist, licensed in Florida, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. He is a graduate of Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City, TN, next to the foothills of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. He is an American-born U.S. citizen, a resident of Tennessee, Florida and California, and works with veterans at the Loma Linda, California VAMC and with patients within the communities of Florida, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He completed his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT (ranked #1 for engineering) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a Ph.D. in neuroscience at McGill University (highly ranked in neuroscience) in Montreal, Quebec Canada, and his MD at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine prior to finishing up at Saint James School of Medicine, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, where he completed his medical school, before starting residency at Quillen/ETSU. He won a four-year full Army ROTC scholarship under the GI Bill for college but forgo this after six months in college to focus on medicine.  He has also engaged in research at Rush University Medical School, The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and Harvard Medical School. He is involved in academics, clinical neuroscience and enjoys working with U.S. Military, combat veterans and patients in the Southern California region, Florida, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.