ACTCM President Appears in CNN Story on Efforts to Eliminate TCM’s Use of Engangered Animal Parts

January 11, 2010

CNN’s Emily Chang reports on efforts to fight the use of endangered animal parts in traditional Chinese medicine. Click here to watch the CNN video.

Chinese Medicine Helps Shed Those Holiday Pounds

December 11, 2009

Statistics suggests that, on average, Americans gain about 2-5 pounds during the winter holiday season— the six-weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Although this amount may…

Healing without Harm: Interviews with Lixin Huang and Jill Robinson

November 19, 2009

Lixin Huang, president of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM), recently participated in an event called “Healing Without Harm”. Huang joined Jill Robinson, founder and…

ACTCM President to Speak on Endangered Animal Species

November 9, 2009

Healing Without Harm: Traditional Chinese Medicine and Endangered Species in Asia Co-presented by USF Center for the Pacific Rim For over 3000 years, traditional Chinese medicine has…

Second Annual Fundraising Dinner Draws a Crowd for Food, Fun and the Future of TCM

October 19, 2009

On Saturday, September 12th, a lively crowd of 80 ACTCM alumni, members of the Board of Directors, donors, staff, faculty, students and their friends gathered for an…

Historic Meeting Brings Supporters of Integrated Care Together

August 24, 2009

By Elaine Zablocki In February the Institute of Medicine (IOM) convened a “Summit on Integrative Medicine and the Health of the Public,” in Washington, D.C. This summit…

ACTCM’s Study Abroad Revamp: 2nd & 3rd Level Students Trip To China

August 24, 2009

Among many things, the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) is known for its exceptional clinical training. Over 1,000 hours of the 3,131 hours required in…

Dr. Elizabeth Goldblatt Represents CAM at Institute of Medicine Conference on Integrative Medicine

April 1, 2009

Dr. Elizabeth Goldblatt Represents CAM at Institute of Medicine Conference on Integrative Medicine Elizabeth (Liza) Goldblatt, PhD, MPA/HA, American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s Vice President for…