Brent Furbee received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine (1977). He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Methodist Hospital in 1981. After several years practicing clinical Emergency Medicine, he completed a Medical Toxicology fellowship at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix in 1991 and subsequently returned to Indianapolis where he founded the Medical Toxicology service in 1992 and the Medical Toxicology Fellowship in 1994. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Medical Toxicology, the American Board of Emergency Medicine – Medical Toxicology and a Fellow of the American College of Medical Toxicology. He served as the Medical Director of the Indiana Poison Center from (1988-2015) and Division Chief, Medical Toxicology (2011-2015. He currently serves as a consultant to the Indiana Poison Center and participates in the education of physicians, nurses, residents, fellows, respiratory therapists, and EMS personnel. Dr. Furbee’s areas of interest include criminal poisoning, forensic toxicology, and drugs of abuse.