ACTCM Alum Partners with UCSF to Shift Western Research Paradigm

After Developing a TCM Protocol to Treat Polycystic Kidney Disease, Dr. Jennifer Ashby, DAOM, Proposes Clinical Pilot Study Research into the efficacy of acupuncture and traditional Chinese…

Can Acupuncture Treat Cancer?

An Interview with TCM Oncology Specialist Dr. Erlene Chiang For years, cancer patients have sought out traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to help counteract the harsh side effects…

Q&A with DAOM Candidate Kenneth Scott Phelps

ACTCM DAOM Candidate, Scott Phelp Name Kenneth Scott Phelps, I go by my middle name Scott When and where did you go to school for your Master’s?…

Q&A with Dr. Jung Kim: Assistant Director of Clinical Education at ACTCM

To get to know our teachers and supervisors beyond the classroom and the clinic, we’re sitting down with a different faculty member each month to ask them…

Dr. Kim Jung talking with two American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) students.

Q&A with DAOM Candidate: Kate Fleming

Do you know about our DAOM program? It’s a clinical-based, professional program leading to a Doctorate in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. It is the highest degree awarded…

ACTCM DAOM Candidate, Kate Fleming

Health Coaches and Acupuncturists Team to Reduce Falls Among the Elderly

Balance Project student-researchers use Chinese medicine and Tai Chi to treat participants. An innovative CIIS research project is exploring one of the most significant challenges to healthy…

Dr. Steve Given Featured on Everyday Acupuncture Podcast

November 3, 2017

The ACTCM Associate Academic Dean, Dr. Steve Given, was recently interviewed on Everyday Acupuncture, a podcast that features experienced practitioners speaking about how you can apply the principles…

Dr. Jun Wang Named China Projects Research Fellow

June 14, 2017

We’re excited to announce that Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Director and ACTCM Faculty Member Dr. Jun Wang has been named the China Project Research Fellow for the upcoming 2017-18…

Dr. Jun Wang, Director of DAOM and ACTCM Faculty Member

Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

May 23, 2017

On Friday, May 19, 2017 ACTCM held its First Annual Pinning Ceremony at St. Teresa de Avila. It was a lovely celebration at which we were welcomed…

A group shot of students from the graduating class of 2017 outside

Alumni Spotlight: Modern Healing with Dr. Carla Cassler

December 8, 2016

Since graduating from ACTCM, Carla Cassler founded Acupuncture Without Borders, an international relief non-profit that uses acupuncture to help people across the world. In this moving video,…