Krysta Wyatt is currently teaching Physics at CIIS/ACTCM and is a recent ACTCM graduate in the doctorate program. Before returning to school to study TCM, she worked as a research assistant on various molecular biology and neurobiology projects in four different labs at Princeton, Case Western Reserve University and Stanford University. During this time Krysta co-authored four different papers in peer-reviewed journals, and was the lead author on two of these papers. She also published two papers during her time in graduate school at UCB, where her research was in particle physics (undertaken in the nuclear chemistry department). Previously Krysta taught high school biology and physics and held a job as an environmental education specialist at a non-profit watershed association in New Jersey. She believes acupuncture and herbal medicine, combined with lifestyle changes, can work to “reset” our nervous and immune systems and that we have not even scratched the surface for the potential of this medicine here in the U.S.
Classes Taught at ACTCM:
- Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, ACTCM, 2020
- Master of Science of Traditional Chinese Medicine, ACTCM
- Master of Science in Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
- Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, Texas A&M University