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DAOM Faculty 

Faculty is essential to the quality of the education. Our doctoral faculty consists of seasoned practitioners, academics and scholars trained in China and the United States; and offers students a wide variety of talents and areas of expertise. Several of our faculty members participate in collaborative clinics, research projects and private practices. In addition, many work in hospitals, community public health clinics and hospital outpatient affiliate clinics. In addition to the program’s core faculty, special lectures will be provided by professors from mainland China or TCM practitioners from throughout the United States. The ACTCM faculty consists of both core and adjunct faculty. Core faculty are those who teach the core classes and have ongoing responsibilities at the college. Adjunct faculty are those who teach periodically at the college. 

Cameron Bishop DAOM, AP, L.Ac. Dr. Bishop received a Masters in Acupuncture from North West Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Seattle, WA, and completed his Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco, CA. He is specialized in both women’s health and pain management. His training includes externships in Europe, Japan and China and he is a graduate of the Advanced Toyohari Acupuncture Training Program in Amsterdam. Cameron has honed his art with modern insights and ancient wisdom. He has studied many times in Japan including Japanese speaking only sessions, and special invitation training with top Japanese Master Acupuncturists.  He has published many articles and has an extensive teaching experience. He is the owner of Palm Beach Acupuncture Associates where he has maintained a busy practice in Lake Worth, Florida for the last seventeen years.  Dr. Bishop is a founding member of both the Florida and Seattle Branches of the Toyohari Association, and has taught in many of the Toyohari Training Programs across the country. He has served as the President of the Florida Branch of Toyohari Association since 1997.

Adam Burke, PhD, MPH, MS, LAc: PhD, Social Psychology, UC Santa Cruz; MPH in Health Education/Behavioral Science, UCLA; graduate of ACTCM, 1986. Previous positions: Associate Professor, Health Education/Institute of Holistic Healing Studies Department, San Francisco State University, 1986; national and international lecturer; NIH NCCAM research grants and research studies participant; recipient of several grants and fellowships. Current positions: private practice, 1986 to present; member, AAAOM. Adjunct: Clinical Research and Public Health

Hua-de Chen, PhD, MS, MB/BS: Zhejiang Chinese Medical University (ZCMU), Hangzhou, China. Previous positions: Vice President at the Third Affiliated Hospital of ZCMU; 30 years of clinical experience at applying traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and other therapies in the treatment of infantile cerebral palsy, mental retardation, ADHD, Tourette's syndrome, vascular dementia and other cerebral dysfunction diseases, and extensive experience in the treatment of a variety of vertigo, headache, neurasthenia, hypertension, neck pain and periarthritis of shoulder. Current positions: Dean of International Education College and Director of Foreign Affairs Office at Zhejiang Chinese Medicine University; Chief Physician at the Third Affiliated Hospital of ZCMU; Secretary-general of Zhejiang Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management

John K. Chen, PharmD, MS, LAc: Diploma, South Baylo University, Anaheim, California, 1990; PharmD, University of Southern California School of Pharmacy, Los Angeles, California, 1994; Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 1988; Registered Pharmacist, California, 1994. Previous Position: Professor, South Baylo University, Anaheim CA, 1996-1997. Current positions: Assistant Professor, University of Southern California School of Pharmacy, 1997 to present; Professor, Yo San University, Santa Monica, California, 1998 to present; Professor, Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Santa Monica, California 1998-present. Adjunct: Advanced Herbal Drug Interactions

Erlene Chiang, DAOM, MS, LAc: graduate of American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM), San Francisco CA, 1985; DAOM, ACTCM, San Francisco CA, 2009; Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 1985. Previous positions: President, American Cancer Society, California Chinese Unit, 2009-10; Vice President, American Cancer Society, California Chinese Unit, 2008-09; Chairman, Charity Concert for American Cancer Society, 2008. Current positions: private practice; Senior Administrative Director, Wen Wu School of Martial Arts, El Cerrito CA, 1995 to present. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Gui Rong Dong, PhD, MS, MB/BS: Bachelor’s, Harbin University of Medicine, 1980; Master’s (emphasis on Cardiovascology of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine), Heilongjiang University of TCM, 1986; Doctorate (emphasis in acupuncture), Heilongjiang University of TCM, 1991. Previous positions: resident doctor, Employee’s Hospital of Ke Shan Cement Factory, Ke Shan, China, 1969-76; resident doctor, Neurology Department, Harbin University of Medicine, Harbin, China, 1980-83; professor and clinician, Heilongjiang University of TCM, Harbin, China, 1986-2005; over thirty years clinical experience with specialties in cerebral vascular diseases, rheumatoid, facial paralysis, myelopathy, neurosis, insomnia, and migraines. Current positions: Acupuncture Department Chair, Yueyang Hospital, Shanghai University of TCM, 2005-present; current responsibilities include master’s degree and doctoral degree students, faculty member, clinic supervisor and practitioner. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management

Steve Given, DAOM, LAc: DAOM, Bastyr University, Kenmore WA, 2006; MSTCM, Emperor’s College, 1992; BS in Biology, Portland State University, Oregon; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1992. Previous positions: Dean for Clinical Education, Yo San University; Associate Dean and DAOM Program Director, Bastyr University. Current positions: ACTCM Dean of Clinical Education and Director of Academic Assessment, ACAOM Commissioner. Core: DAOM Council member, Immunology and Oncology

Elizabeth Goldblatt, PhD, MPA/HA: PhD in Ethnomusicology (anthropology and ritual arts) from University of California Los Angeles; Masters in Public Administration/Health Administration, Portland State University. Previous positions: President, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Portland OR, 1988-2003; President, Council of College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 1996-2002; Vice President of CCAOM, 1990-96. Current positions: Chair of the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care (ACCAHC), 2008 to present. Adjunct: DAOM Council member, Healthcare Practitioners and Systems

Hua Gu, PhD, MS, MB/BS, LAc: PhD in Integrative Medicine and MS in TCM, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing China, 1989 and 1986; Bachelor of Medicine in TCM, Guangzhou University of TCM, Guangzhou China, 1980. Previous positions: Orthopedic Resident, Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing China, 1983-85; Director, Walker Institute, Los Angeles CA, 1990-93; Chief Research Scientist, West Coast Spine Institute, Los Angeles CA, 1993-96. Current positions: private practice; Founder, American Acupuncture Academy, Los Angeles, CA; Professor, Emperor’s College of TCM; Vice President, World Federation of Traditional Chinese Orthopedics, Beijing China. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management, Clinic Supervisor

Richard Harvey, PhD, MA, BA: PhD in Psychology and Social Behavior from University of California, Irvine 2005; MA in Psychology from San Francisco State University, 1997; BA in Psychology from University of California, Santa Cruz 1981. Current position: Associate Professor of Health Education, San Francisco State University, San Francisco CA. His areas of research and expertise include high-risk behavior in youth, tobacco use, strength and heartiness, and the long term effects of stress. Adjunct: Clinical Research

Ellen Hughes, MD, PhD: PhD in Zoology, University of California Berkeley, 1978; MD, University of California San Francisco, 1984; post-graduate medical training, primary care internal medicine, 1984-1988. Past positions: Attending physician, General Internal Medicine Group Practices, 1988-2004; Interim Director, UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine 1997-2001; Director of Education, UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, 2001-2008. Current positions: Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSF Division General Internal Medicine, 1987-present; Director (senior mentor) of one of five UCSF Advisory Colleges; Co-director, Social Sciences in Medicine Track, Humanities and Social Sciences in Medicine Area of Concentration, 2004 to present; Principal Investigator of a 5-year NIH NCCAM grant to develop curriculum in CAM. Adjunct: DAOM Council member, Integrated Clinic Setting, Healthcare Practitioners and Systems, Advanced Physical Exams, Clinic Grand Rounds

Bradly Jacobs, MD, MPH, BS: Bachelor in Psychology, Tufts University, Medford MA, 1986; MPH in Epidemiology, University of California, Berkeley CA, 1989; MD, Stanford University, Stanford CA, 1994; Certification in Medical Acupuncture, University of California, Los Angeles CA, 1999. Previous position: Founding Medical Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, University of California-San Francisco, 2000-04; Founder and Director, Inpatient Integrative Medicine Consult Service, Mount Zion/UCSF Hospital, 2004-06; Senior Medical Director, Revolution Health Network, Washington DC, 2006-08. Current positions: private practice; Senior Medical Director, Mytrus Inc., San Francisco CA; Chief Health Officer, Heallio Inc., San Francisco CA. Adjunct: Clinic Grand Rounds

Naomi Jay, PhD, NP: BS from McGill University in Montreal, Canada; graduate degree in nursing, specializing in women's health, at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professionals; PhD, UCSF School of Nursing. Current position: a nurse practitioner in the UCSF Dysplasia Clinic. Adjunct: Western Gynecology

Daniel Jiao, DAOM, LAc: Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 1984; MSTCM and DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco, 1993 and 2009. Previous positions: Board of Directors NCCAOM 1997-2006; Board of Directors of ACTCM 1997-2009; chief instructor of Oriental Medicine in the Medical Acupuncture Program, Stanford University, 1998. Current positions: private practice; Chair of Herbal Medicine Department and Professor, ACTCM. Core: DAOM Council member, TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Hong Jin, DAOM, MB/BS, LAc: DAOM degree from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, 2007; Bachelor of Medicine degree from the Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 1985; clinical training as an intern and physician, Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s affiliated hospital, 1987; studied medical education and English, Ministry of Health English Training Center, Xian Medical University, Xian, China. Previous positions: Professor, Nanjing College of TCM, 1988-1992; representative and ambassador of Nanjing International Acupuncture Training Center, World Health Organization Center on Traditional Medicine, Nanjing College of TCM, 1992. Current positions: faculty, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Portland, OR, 1992 to present. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Karen Kaufman, PhD, MAOM, LAc: PhD, specialty in social psychology, Claremont Graduate University, 1996; MAOM (Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), International Institute of Chinese Medicine, 2003; NCCAOM Board Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, 2003; two-year postdoctoral research fellowship at OHSU (Oregon Health Sciences University), Department of Neurology, 2004-2006; Current position: researcher and faculty member, National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), Portland, OR. Adjunct: Clinical Research

Xie Kerong, MS, MB/BS, LAc: Master’s degree, specialty in gynecology, Chengdu University of TCM, Chengdu, China, 1988; Bachelor’s degree, Chengdu University of TCM, 1982. Previous positions: professor and clinician, Chengdu University of TCM, 1982-1996; author of over twelve articles in TCM Gynecology, and participant in five TCM research projects at Chengdu University of TCM. Current positions: faculty member and clinic supervisor, Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine, 1996 to present; private practice. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Raven Lang, MS, LAc: Oriental medical training, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco CA, 1982-84; American Graduate School of Oriental Medicine, 1987. Previous positions: Direct Entry Midwife, Childbirth educator, 1969-85; Director of The Institute of Feminine Arts, a California State certified college dedicated to the studies of midwifery, 1978-84. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology

Lixing Lao, PhD, MB/BS, LAc: PhD in Physiology, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 1992; TCM degree, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1983. Previous positions: Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, University of Maryland; Licensed Acupuncturist, Complementary Medicine Program and Integrative Medicine L.L.C.; teaching experience in PR China and the USA; published extensively and is internationally renown in the field of acupuncture and Oriental medicine research; NIH reviewer on several projects; principal investigator on eight NIH projects and co-investigator on nine NIH projects. Current positions: TCM Research Program Director, Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine. Adjunct: Clinical Research

Stanley Leung, MB/BS, LAc: Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 1981; Post-Graduate Training, Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1970; Hsiang Ya Medical College, 1962. Previous positions: TCM Physician (China), Worker’s Hospital of Hunan, China; Lecturer, Auxiliary Medical Class of Worker’s Hospital of Hunan, China; Commissioner for ACAOM; Director of Clinical Instruction. Current positions: clinical practice; Honorary Member of the ACTCM Board of Directors. Adjunct: DAOM Council member, Clinic Supervisor

Lifang Liang, MB/BS, LAc: Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 1990; Guangzhou Foreign Language Institute English Training, 1986-87; Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1970. Previous positions: Lecturer in Ob/Gyn, Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1974-1988; Research in infertility and gynecology, Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1970-89 and at University of Texas Medical School, 1989. Current positions: private practice; MSTCM Faculty, ACTCM. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Zheng Hua Liu, PhD, MS, MB/BS, LAc: MB/BS, Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1985; MS/PhD, Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1987-91; Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 1996. Previous positions: Associate Professor and Deputy Chief Physician, Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing University of TCM, 1993-96; Director of the Chinese Bi-lingual program, ACTCM, 1997-2001. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management, Clinic Supervisor

Toby A. Maurer, MD: MD, University of California, San Francisco, 1987; Stanford University; residencies in both Family Practice and Dermatology; fellowships in AIDS/Family Practice and AIDS Dermatology. Previous positions: faculty member, UCSF, 1994 to present. Current position: Associate Professor in Residence, Dermatology, UCSF. Adjunct: TCM Dermatology

Patricia Murphy, ND, LAc: ND, National College of Naturopathic Medicine, 1984; diploma, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, 1986; post-graduate intensive training in environmental medicine, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, 2001-2002. Past positions: faculty member, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, 1984-1991; literature research contributor, “Pollution in People” study, Oregon Environmental Council, November 2007. Current positions: visiting faculty, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, 2007-present; member, Board of Directors, Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility and Environmental Health Committee; private practice, 1984-present. Adjunct: Environmental Medicine

Lyn Patrick, ND: graduated from Bastyr University in 1984 with a doctorate in naturopathic medicine. Since 1985 she has been practicing general family medicine, as well as specializing in Women’s Health Care, chronic hepatitis C, HIV, eating disorders and the biochemical treatment of drug, alcohol, and nicotine addiction. Lyn has made significant contributions in the areas of teaching and research on clinical nutrition and chronic illness. Adjunct: Western Herbs and Supplements, Dietary Therapy and Reduce Inflammation

Chunyi Qian, MS, MB/BS, LAc: Master’s degree in Acupuncture Science, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing China, 1986; Medical degree from Anhui College of Medicine, Anhui China, 1983. Previous positions: Senior Physician and Professor, Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing China, 1983-91; Chair, Integrative Medicine Department, Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer Israel, 1991-98; Private physician for Late King of Jordon, Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN, 1998; faculty, Samra University of Oriental Medicine, Los Angeles CA, 1998-2010. Current positions: private practice; faculty, Yo San University of TCM. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Whitfield Reaves, MS, BS, LAc: Bachelor of Science degree from University of Oregon, Eugene OR, 1973; Diploma, California Acupuncture College, Los Angeles CA, 1979; Diploma, Beijing Medical College, Beijing China, 1981; Oriental Medicine degree from SAMRA University of Health Sciences, Los Angeles CA, 1983. Previous positions: faculty, SAMRA University of Health Science, California Acupuncture College, Los Angeles CA, 1980-86; faculty, Southwest Acupuncture College, Santa Fe NM, 1986-89. Current positions: private practice; faculty, Southwest Acupuncture College, Boulder CO, 1997 to present; Founder, Acupuncture Sports Medicine Apprenticeship Program, Boulder CO, 2006 to present. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management

Sadhna Singh, DAOM, MSOM, MB/BS: DAOM at American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco 2012; MSOM at American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Houston 2003; Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at Guru Nanak Dev University, Punjab, India 1983. Previous position: Resident in Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi, India; Chief Medical Officer at Aashlok Hospital, New Delhi, India; Medical Escort Doctor at AEA International, SOS Assistance, Singapore. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Coleen Smith, DAOM, MSOM, RN: DAOM at American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco 2012; MSOM at American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Houston 2004; Diploma of Nursing, Edmonton, AB, Canada 1986. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

George Stretch, DN, DAOM, LAc, DAAPM, DNBAO: Doctor of Naprapathy, National College of Naprapathic Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, 1988; Licensed Acupuncturist, Midwest College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Chicago, Illinois; Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco, California, 2011. Current positions: Instructor for the Masters Program of Oriental Medicine at the National University of Health Science in Lombard, IL; Director and Owner of the Elgin Naprapathic Healthcare and Pain Management Clinic, Elgin, Illinois; Creator and Instructor of Compass Diagnostic Seminars for Naprapaths and Physical Therapists. Adjunct: Advanced Physical Assessment, TCM Pain Management, Clinic Supervisor

Jason Su, DAOM, MB/BS, LAc: Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Zhejiang, China, 1983; Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 1988; DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2009. Previous positions: TCM Physician (China), Zhejiang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China; faculty, 1990-2003; Acting President, 2002-03, Dean of Faculty, 2000-2003, Dean of Clinic, 1993-2000, Assistant Dean of Clinic, 1992-1993, Meiji College of Oriental Medicine, Berkeley, CA. Current positions: private practice. Core: DAOM Council member, TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Jeifei Wang, MS, MB/BS, LAc: MS in TCM, Chengdu University of TCM, 1987; MB/BS, Luzhou Medical College, Luzhou, China, 1982. Previous positions: professor and clinician, Chengdu University of TCM, 1987-97; Academic Dean, International College of TCM, Victoria, Canada, 1997-98; Academic Dean/Associate Professor and clinic supervisor, International Institute of Chinese Medicine, New Mexico, 1998-2003; author of nine books on TCM and 19 TCM publications; presenter of papers at numerous conferences in the U.S. and Asia. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology, Clinic Supervisor

Chulong Xue, DAOM, MB/BS, LAc: Bachelor of Medicine degree from Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1984; DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco, 2010; Licensed Acupuncturist, California, 2005. Previous positions: Visiting Lecturer and Director, Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine, Middlesex University, London, UK; Clinician, London, UK; Orthopedic Surgeon, Guangzhou University of TCM, China; Clinical practice and research, Guangdong Academy of TCM, China; Research and management, China Academy of TCM, Beijing, China. Current positions: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management, Clinic Supervisor

Wei Chieh Young, PhD, MS, LAc: Oriental Medicine degree, Samra University of Oriental Medicine, 1985; PhD, Beijing University, China, 2002. Previous positions: Acupuncturist, Taipei, Taiwan, 1965-1986; Instructor, Taipei Herb Medicine Research Society, 1975; Primary teacher of Chinese Medicine Research Group, Cheng Chi University, Taiwan, 1976-1984; President of Theories of TCM Association, Taiwan, 1998-2001. Current position: private practice and lecturer in the United States for 23 years. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management, Clinic Supervisor

Jia-Ling Yu, MB/BS, LAc: post-doctorate in Herbology and Acupuncture, Petrol Medical College, Shengdong, China, 1980; graduate, First Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, 1965; graduate, Second Shanghai Medical University, Shanghai, China, 1960. Previous positions: faculty, Suzhou Science and Technology College, Suzhou Community College and Suzhou Medical University, China; faculty, Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science, Oakland, CA. Current positions: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Dermatology

Scott Von, DAOM, PhD, MSAOM, BA, LAc: Bachelor in Psychology, University of Kansas, 1987; PhD in Psychology and Psychoanalysis, University of London, London British, 1997; Master in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College, New York NY, 2001; DAOM degree, American College of TCM, San Francisco CA, 2010. Previous positions: Instructor, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, New York NY, 2001-07; Psychotherapy, Queens Medical Center, New York NY, 2001-03; Instructor, Swedish Institute, New York NY, 2006-07. Current positions: private practice; Analytica institute (Clinical Research and Training), Brooklyn NY, 1998 to present; Instructor, New York University, New York NY, 1999 to present. Adjunct: TCM Pain Management, Clinic Supervisor

Ella Woods, DAOM, MSTCM, MBA, BS, LAc: BS in Biology/Zoology, Union University, Jackson TN, 1968; MBA from San Francisco State University, 1992; MSTCM, American College of TCM, San Francisco CA, 2005; DAOM, ACTCM, 2009. Previous positions: Senior Manager of Research and Development, Genentech Inc.; Consultant/Analyst at High Tech Business Decisions, Moraga CA, 2001-03. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: DAOM Council member, Life Style and Diet

Ting-ting Zhang, PhD, MS, MB/BS: PhD in TCM Gynecology, Shanghai University of TCM, Shanghai China, 1999; Master’s degree in TCM Basic Theory, Shanghai University of TCM, 1993; Bachelor of Medicine in TCM, Shanghai University of TCM, 1986. Previous positions: Residency Physician and Gynecologist, Shu Guang Hospital, Shanghai University of TCM, 1986-91. Current positions: Chair of Gynecology Department, Yue Yang Hospital, Shanghai University of TCM, 2008 to present; current responsibilities include master’s degree and doctoral degree students, faculty member, clinic supervisor and practitioner. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology

Bingzeng Zou, PhD, DC, MB/BS, LAc: PhD in Integrative Orthopedics and Traumatology, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing China, 1994; Doctor of Chiropractic, Life University, Marietta, Georgia, 1999; Bachelor of Medicine in TCM, Guangzhou University of TCM, Guangzhou China, 1983. Previous position: faculty, TCM physician, orthopedic surgeon, Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Beijing China, 1983-1996; faculty member 2000-2008, Academic Dean 2003-2008, Southwest Acupuncture College, Albuquerque/Santa Fe, NM. Current positions: ACTCM Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, Professor, Faculty Practice. Core: DAOM Council member, TCM Pain Management, Advanced Physical Exams, Case Study, Capstone Writing, Clinic Supervisor

*Changes may occur in the doctoral faculty members.

 

 

Dr. Chulong Xue, DAOM, LAc, takes a student's pulse during a diagnosis course.

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