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MSTCM Faculty Bios

Marilyn Allen, MS: Management and Administration, Pepperdine University, 1977. Current position: Public Relations and Marketing Director for the American Acupuncture Council. Adjunct: Practice Management.

Sally Abrams, BA, LAc: Graduate, San Francisco College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 1985; BA, Tufts University, 1975; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1986. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Jennifer Ashby, DAOM, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, DAOM in 2010, MSTCM in 1995; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1996. Previous positions: Stanford University acupuncture research team member. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: TCM Gynecology.

Amy Baird, DAOM, MAOM, LAc: Five Branches University, DAOM in 2012; Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine, MAOM in 2001; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2002. Current position: private practice. Core: Meridians and Points II and III, clinic supervisor.

JoAnn Bennett, MSTCM, BA, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2002; BA in Humanities, New College of California, 2000. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Kimberly Brown, ND, MSOM, LAc: National College of Natural Medicine, ND and Master in Oriental Medicine, 2003; BA in Integrative Biology, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley CA, 1993. Current position: private practice. Adjunt: Human Physiology, Western Clinical Medicine.

Tamara Brown, MSTCM, BA, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1998; BA in Public Policy, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg VA, 1992. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Johnson Chiu, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine 2002; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2003; Diplomat in Acupuncture, NCCAOM, 2003; Certificate in Acupuncture Orthopedics, 2003; Certified Massage Therapist, 2001. Current positions: San Francisco Community Pain Clinic, private practice. Core: Acupuncture Treatment for Disease, clinic supervisor.

Yuwen Chiu, MSTCM, BS, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1997; BS in Medical Technology, Chung Shan Medical & Dental College, Taiwan, 1993. Current position: private practice, ACTCM Director of Enrollment and Recruitment. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Jennifer Clemons, ND, MSOM LAc: National College of Natural Medicine, ND and Master in Oriental Medicine, 2007; BA in Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder CO, 1997. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: Medical Terminology, Human Anatomy.

Stephan Coleman, CMT, MS, LAc: San Francisco School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 1986; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1986; CMT, California Institute of Massage, 1975. Current positions: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Shawn Dill, DC, BS: Logan College of Chiropractic, Chesterfielf, MO, DC in 1995, BS in Human Biology in 1993. Current positions: CEO of The Specific Chiropractic Center; founder of That Something Coaching Program; faculty at Life Chiropractic College West. Adjunct: Business Practices and Marketing.

Ofer Michael Eibschutz, MD: George Washington University, 1990; Helms Medical Institute in Medical Acupuncture, 2003. Current positions: Assistant Professor, University of California at San Francisco; Occupational Health, Emergency Room, Urgent Care, and Primary Care Physician, Locum Tenems; Hospitalist in charge of inpatient care for 3 Northern California community hospitals. Adjunct: Western Clinical Medicine I and II.

John Ellis, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2003; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2003; Internship in private clinic, 2003-2005; 300 hours advanced training in Acupuncture Orthopedics, Cedar-Sinai Medical Center. Current positions: private practice. Core: Introduction to Tui Na, Advanced Tui Na, and Advanced Tui Na Practicum, clinic supervisor.

Andrew Fitzcharles, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1989; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1989. Previous positions: Dean, ACTCM MSTCM Program; Chair of the Department of Acupuncture, ACTCM. Current positions: ACTCM Professor; active in acupuncture research projects; private practice. Adjunct: Acupuncture Theory I and II, Japanese Acupuncture, Points Review Lab.

Mark Frost, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1989; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1989. Previous positions: ACTCM Clinic Director/ HIV Program; Acupuncturist, Institute for Health and Healing, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California; Honorary Member of Sohaku-In Foundation for Oriental Medicine, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Current positions: ACTCM Professor; private practice. Core: Fundamental TCM Theory I and II, TCM Materia Medica I-IV, Eight Extra Meridians, Patent Medicine, clinic supervisor.

Teresa Garchitorena, ND: Bastyr University, Kenmore WA, 2007; Licensed ND, California 2007. Current positions: private practice, Berkeley Integrative and Naturopathic Medical Group. Core: Women’s Primary Care, Diet and Nutrition, Western Clinical Medicine.

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: General Biology, Clinic Orientation, Physical Exam/Ortho-Neuro Assessment, clinic supervisor.

Betty (“B.J.”) Green, CST, CTMT: Certified Shiatsu Therapist and Acupressure Table Massage Therapist, 1969. Previous position: Director and Shiatsu/Massage Instructor, The Shiatsu Institute and Therapy Center, San Francisco, California. Current positions: ACTCM Assistant Professor; private practice. Core: Introduction to Shiatsu, Shiatsu Guided Practice, Shiatsu Therapeutics I and II, Advanced Shiatsu Practicum.

Mischa Grieder, ND: Bastyr University, Kenmore WA, 2007; Licensed ND, California 2007. Current positions: San Francisco Preventive Medical Group member, private practice. Core: Physical Examination/Ortho-Neuro Clinical Assessment, Human Anatomy I, Western Clinical Medicine I-III.

Sharon Hennessey, DAOM, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, DAOM in 2012, MSTCM in 1991; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1993; Clinical Internship, Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Sichuan China, 1991-1992. Current positions: ACTCM Associate Professor; clinical practice. Core: Meridians and Points I-IV, Meridian Theory, Points Review Lab, clinic supervisor.

Denise Hsu, MB/BS, LAc: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, major in Acupuncture-Moxibustion, and Orthopedics-Traumatology, 1982; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1986; Diplomate Acupuncture, NCCAOM, 1986; Previous positions: Translator and researcher on rheumatoid arthritis; Acupuncturist and Herbalist, Clinic of Shanghai Liao Yuan State Farm, Shanghai China; lecturer and TCM Physician, Shanghai University of Traditional Medicine affiliated with Yue-Yang Teaching Hospital, Shanghai China; CCAA Board member. Current positions: ACTCM Professor, Chair, Department of Chinese Medicine; NCCAOM Commissioner; private practice. Core: TCM Diagnosis I-III, clinic supervisor.

Aileen Huang, MB/BS, M.Pharm, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1997; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1997; MB/BS, Jilin Medical University, 1977; MS in Pharmacology, Beijing Second Medical College, 1982. Previous positions: Instructor, Pharmacology Dept., Xian Medical College; Lecturer and researcher, Dept. of Pharmacology, Capital Institute of Medicine; Visiting Scholar, School of Medicine, Kitasato University, Japan. Current positions: ACTCM Professor; Director of Library/Learning Resource Center; private practice. Core: Medical Chinese I and II, Pharmacology, clinic supervisor.

Anita Huang, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2000; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2000; Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, NCCAOM, 2000. Current positions: private practice. Core: Clinic Orientation, clinic supervisor.

Deping Xu Ionin, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1990; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1991; Wu Son Hospital Nursing Program, Shanghai, China, 1986; Acupuncture Research Institute of Shanghai, 1986. Current positions: clinical practice. Core: Medical Chinese, clinic supervisor.

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: ACTCM Professor; Chair of Herbal Medicine Department; Subject Matter Expert, NCCAOM, Foundations of Oriental Medicine; private practice. Core: TCM Formulary I-IV, TCM Nutrition, TCM Gynecology, clinic supervisor.

Jung Sik Kim, DAOM, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, DAOM in 2010, MSTCM in 1998; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1999. Current positions: private practice, Assistant Dean of Clinical Education. Core: Clinic Orientation, Acupuncture Theory I and II, clinic supervisor.

Bodo Klawonn, MSTCM, CMT, LAc: American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 1994; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1994; Certified Massage Therapist, International Massage School, 1985; Current positions: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Dmitri Kotenkov, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2008; Master’s degree in Scientific and Technical Information, Russian State Humanitarian University, Moscow, USSR, 1982; Diploma from Inner Research Institute School of Tai Chi Ch’uan, San Francisco CA, 1990. Current position: private practice, Tai Chi Ch’uan teacher. Adjunct: Tai Ji Quan.

Kei Kurotani, LAc: Graduate, Tokyo Therapeutic Institute, 1992; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2000; Licensed Acupuncturist, Burma, 1995; Acupuncture and Moxibustion License, Japan, 1992. Current positions: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Stanley Leung, MB/BS, LAc: Post-Graduate Training, Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1970; Hsiang Ya Medical College, 1962; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1981. Previous positions: TCM Physician, Worker’s Hospital of Hunan, China; Lecturer, Auxiliary Medical Class of Worker’s Hospital of Hunan, China; Commissioner for ACAOM; Director of Clinical Instruction, Chief Academic and Clinic Advisor, Department Chair of Acupuncture Theory and Technique, ACTCM. Current positions: ACTCM Professor; DAOM Council member; Honorary Member of the ACTCM Board of Directors; clinical practice. Core: Acupuncture Techniques I-III, clinic supervisor.

Dave Liu, MSTCM, MB/BS, LAc: Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science, Oakland CA, 1992; Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai China, 1984; Diploma, American Institute of Acupuncture Orthopedics and Traumatology, San Francisco CA, 1997. Current position: private practice. Core: TCM Internal Medicine I-IV, Case Study Symposium I and II, clinic supervisor.

Eugene London, DAOM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2012; Graduate, Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science, 1987; Licensed Acupuncturist in California 1987; Certified HIV Treatment Educator, Project Inform, 1998; Previous positions: Chair, San Francisco Chapter, California Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine; Clinical Director, Immune Enhancement Project, San Francisco; Chair of NCCAOM Educational Development Committee, Foundations of Oriental Medicine. Current positions: NCCAOM Commissioner, clinical practice. Core: Asepsis and Patient Complications, clinic supervisor.

Bonney Lynch, MSTCM, BA, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2001; Certified Massage Therapist, 1989; BA in Theater Arts, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park CA, 1984. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Anita Chen Marshall, DAOM, PharmD, LAc: DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2010; PharmD, University of the Pacific, 1976; Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences, 1998; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1998. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: Drug and Herbal Interactions.

Michael McCulloch, PhD, MPH, LAc: University of California Berkeley, School of Public Health, 2008; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1986. Current positions: Research Director at Pine Street Foundation; Acupuncture Practitioner at Pine Street Clinic. Adjunct: Research Methods.

Ai-de Men, MS, LAc: Royal University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1989; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1988; University of Shangdong Traditional Chinese Medicine College, 1982. Previous position: Faculty, Samra University, Los Angeles CA. Current positions: private practice. Core: TCM Classics: Shang Han Lun, clinic supervisor.

Curtis A. Moore, MPH: University of California, Berkeley, CA, 2001. Previous positions: Health Educator, California Department of Health Services-Genetic Disease Branch; Violence Prevention Coordinator, Doorsteps Community Health Coalition, Toronto, Ontario; Community Economic Development Manager, Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs, Toronto, Ontario. Current positions: Executive Director, Bay Area Young Positives, San Francisco. Adjunct: Public Health and Community Medicine.

Pamela Olton, MT (ASCP), LAc: San Francisco College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 1987; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1987; California Licensed Clinical Lab Scientist, 1976. Current positions: ACTCM Associate Professor; Laboratory Manager and Coordinator of the Acupuncture Program, Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic, San Francisco; private practice; Chair of Acupuncture Department, ACTCM; Core: Auricular Acupuncture, Acupuncture Technique I-III, Needling Lab, clinic supervisor.

Ning Pan, MB/BS, LAc: Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 1992; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2002. Previous positions: Director, Guilin Acupuncture Association; TCM Physician, Departments of Internal Medicine, Orthopedics and Acupuncture, Guilin Hospital of TCM. Current positions: private practice. Core: Meridians and Points I-IV, Acupuncture Techniques I-III, Points Review Lab, Needle Lab, clinic supervisor.

Dean Ren, DAOM, MSTCM, LAc: DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2010; MSTCM, Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences, 1992; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1992; Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology, NCCAOM, 1992. Current position: private practice. Core: TCM Classics Jin Gui, clinic supervisor.

Hillary Roland, ND, BA: Bastyr University, Kenmore WA, 2010; BA in International Relations, University of Colorado, Boulder CO, 2001; Certificate in Naturopathic Midwifery, 2010; Certificate in Homeopathy, 2009. Current position: private practice. Core: Pathology I and II, Western Clinical Medicine.

Ken Rose, BFA: California Institute of the Arts, 1972; Apprenticeship in TCM, Chengdu University of TCM, 1992-1998. Author: A Brief History of Qi, Paradigm Publications 2001; Who Can Ride the Dragon, An Exploration of the Cultural Roots of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Paradigm Publications 1999. Adjunct: History of Healing and Medicine.

Kathryn Ryan, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1984; California Licensed Acupuncturist, 1985; Current positions: Contract research work on acupuncture, Stanford University, California; private practice. Core: clinic supervisor.

Alistair Shanks: Training and education in Qi Gong and TaJji since 1995. Current positions: private instructor of Qi Gong and Taiji. Adjunct: Tai Ji Quan.

Kaylah Cheryl Sterling, MEd, MTOM, LAc: Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, 1994; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1995; Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, NCCAOM, 1995; MEd, Temple University, 1979. Previous position: ACTCM Clinic Dean 1996-2004, Director, Integrative Medicine, Jewish Home for the Aged (2004-2013). Current positions: ACTCM Professor; San Francisco, CA Core: Clinic Theater Observation, clinical supervisor.; Private Practice at the ACTCM Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic. 

Skye Sturgeon, MSOM, LAc: International Institute of Chinese Medicine, 1993; Licensed Acupuncturist in Washington, New York, and North Carolina. Previous positions: Clinic Director for Oriental Medicine, Chair of Herbology Department, New York College of Holistic Health, Education and Research, Syosset, NY; Clinical Dean and Assistant Professor, Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Seattle, WA; President and Professor, Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley, CA. Core: General Chemistry, General Physics, Meridians and Points I-IV, Materia Medica IV.

Jason Su, DAOM, MB/BS, LAc: DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2009; MB/BS, Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Zhejiang, China, 1983; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1988. Previous positions: TCM Physician, Zhejiang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Zhejiang, China; Faculty, Acting President, Dean of Faculty and Dean of Clinic, Meiji College of Oriental Medicine, Berkeley, California. Current positions: ACTCM Professor; private practice. Core: TCM Materia Medica I-IV, Master’s Program Review, TCM Internal Medicine, TCM Classics Wen Bing, clinic supervisor.

Yuan-Jin Tao, MB/BS, LAc: Chengdu Traditional Chinese Medicine College, China, 1986; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1998. Current positions: private practice; ACTCM Professor. Core: Acupuncture Treatment for Disease I and II, Case Study Symposium I and II, clinic supervisor.

Bayla G. Travis, MFA: California Institute of Integral Studies, 2009; MFA, San Francisco State University, 1997. Previous positions: Project Coordinator, New York State Psychiatric Institute; Interviewer, Cornell Medical Center. Current position: Psychological Assistant, Spine Care Medical Group, Seton Medical Center. Adjunct: General Psychology.

Paz Vizcarra, LAc: Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1997; Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology, NCCAOM, 1993. Current position: private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Jonathan Wheeler, MSTCM, CMT, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1999; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2000; Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology NCCAOM. Current positions: private practice, Wu’s Healing Center, San Francisco, CA. Core: Meridians and Points II and III, Points Review Lab, clinic supervisor.

Carla Wilson, DAOM, PhD (candidate), MA, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2011; Health Education and Community Health Education and Leadership, New College of California, 2004; Licensed Acupuncturist in Hawaii 1987, New York 1993, Florida 1994. Previous positions: Director of Medical and Health Services, Osborne Association, Bronx, NY; Executive Director, Quan Yin Healing Arts Center, San Francisco, CA. Current Position: Director of the DAOM Program and Research, ACTCM. Adjunct: Professional Ethics.

Devin Wu, DAOM, MSTCM, PT, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, DAOM in 2010, MSTCM in 2005; MS, University of the Pacific, 1996; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2006. Current positions: private practice, ACTCM Depart Chair of Western Sciences. Core: Human Anatomy, Physical Examination/Ortho-Neuro Clinical Assessment.

Mary Ping Wu, DAOM, MB/BS, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2012; Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 1984; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 1997. Current positions: ACTCM Professor; private practice. Core: clinic supervisor.

Chulong Xue, DAOM, MB/BS, LAc: DAOM, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2010; MB/BS, Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1984; Licensed Acupuncturist in 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. Core: Tui Na, Advanced Tui Na, Advanced Tui Na Practicum, TCM Diagnosis I and II, clinic supervisor.

Sherry Yang, DAOM, MSTCM, MB/BS, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, DAOM in 2012; MSTCM from Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences, Oakland CA, 2003; Bachelor of Medicine from Shanghai Medical University, Shanghai China, 1985. Previous position: Physician in Zhongshan Hospital of Shanghai Medical University; Physician and lecturer in Medical Psychology and Psychiatry Department in Shanghai Medical University; Director of Academic Affairs at ACCHS. Current position: faculty at ACCHS, private practice. Adjunct: clinic supervisor.

Bai-bing Zhu, MB/BS, LAc: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 1988. Previous positions: Chinese Medical Doctor, Longhua Hospital, Shanghai, China; Professor, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Current positions: private practice. Core: TCM Diagnosis I-III, Fundamental TCM Theory I and II, clinic supervisor.

Liping Zhu, MSTCM, LAc: American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2004; Licensed Acupuncturist in California, 2004; Qi Gong study, International Life Science Academy, Sichuan, China, 1992-1994; Daoist studies, Taiyi Swimming Dragon Form Association, 1990-1996; Resident student, San Francisco Zen Center, 2000-present. Current positions: Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan instructor. Adjunct: Qi Gong.

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 Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou China, 1983. Previous positions: Faculty and TCM physician, 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: TCM Internal Medicine, TCM Classics Pei Wei Lun, clinic supervisor.

 

 

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

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