National Grandmaster Physicians
Expert in Nephrological Diseases in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Member of the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, National Grandmaster Physician, Chief Physician, Professor and Doctoral Supervisor of the Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Expert in the Field of TCM Dermatology, Member of the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, National Grandmaster Physician, Chief Physician of Guandong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chief Professor of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Instructors - International Chinese Medicine Speciality Symposium
Clinical Professor at Ohio University, Chair of the US-China Joint Institute for Acupuncture & Rehabilitation Medicine at Wenzhou Medical University, President of Chinese Medicine Luobing Society of America, published 11 books and over 80 research articles on biology and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Associate Professor of Pharmacognosy at Taipei Medical University, ISO International Standards in TCM Chair of USA Delegation, Chinese Medicine Advisor to the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia, Member of the Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Pharmacists Association, former Co-Chair of International Affairs for the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Deputy Director of the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Kiang Wu Hospital, developer of various SOPs for diagnosis and treatment of Chinese Medicine in the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Research Leader for the TCM orthopedics and traumatology department.
Doctor of Clinical Medicine in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong Government Registered TCM Physician and Chinese Mainland Practicing TCM Physician for over 30 years of clinical work. Director of the Hong Kong District of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies and Director of the Internal Medicine Professional Committee.
Huang, Sui Ping
Chief Physician, Department of Gastroenterology Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Vice Chairman of Spleen and Stomach Disease Branch of Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
东省中医院 脾胃科 主任医师,
Professor and Doctoral Supervisor, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Jiangsu Chief Physician of Department of Reproductive Medicine, Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director of Reproductive Institute, Jiangsu Clinical Research Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Wang, Bi Qin
Chief Physician and Professor of Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Director of National Inheritance Studio of Professor Guo Zhiqiang
Chief Physician, Professor, Doctoral Supervisor, Director of the Center for Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Beijing Ditan Hospital, Vice chairman of the liver disease expert committee of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association Integrative Medicine Physician Branch, Standing committee member of the Spleen and Stomach Disease Professional Committee of the Chinese Medical Association, Infectious disease specialty of the Beijing Chinese Medicine Association, and Vice-Chairman of the Committee.
Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology and the Department of Otolaryngology at New York Medical College, Visiting Scientist at Stanford, postdoctoral fellow and instructor in Clinical Immunology at Johns Hopkins, Chaired prominent committees about the use of alternative medicines for allergic diseases in the US and internationally. In 2016 she was an Awardee of the Future of Health Technology Summit at Massachusetts Institute Technology, Cambridge, MA. In 2017, China Radio International (CRI) recognized Dr. Li's "Outstanding contribution to innovative research on Traditional Chinese Medicine oversea.” And in 2020, she recieved the International Award for Contribution to Chinese Medicine-Achievement Award in Medical Science by World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies.
First author of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Science, and the Search for a Cure with Henry Ehrlich.
Professor and President, Virginia University of Integrative Medicine (VUIM), Vice president of the World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Societies (WFAS), Licensed acupuncturist in Maryland and Virginia. Professor and the Director of the School of Chinese Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (2013-2019) Professor, University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD (1992-2013) 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 19 book chapters or books. Editor-in-Chief in the Journal of Integrative Medicine (JIM). Awarded Qi-Huang International Award by China Association of Chinese Medicine in December, 2015 Awarded the Chief Executive’s Commendation for Community Service in recognition of his contribution to the development of Chinese medicine in Hong Kong by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), China in July 2019
Chief researcher, chief physician, doctoral supervisor, post-doctoral supervisor of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Honorary president, Endocrinology Branch of China Traditional Chinese Medicine Information Society, Presided over more than 10 national research projects with the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Founded the theory of "three types of syndrome differentiation" of diabetes, which was included in the national "Guiding Principles of Clinical Research on New Chinese Medicines," leading the medical treatment, scientific research, and new drug development in the field of diabetes. For the first time in China, Dr. Lan advocated "replenishing qi and nourishing yin" as the basic principle for the prevention and treatment of diabetes," and developed the first Chinese medicine hypoglycemic preparation in China which has obtained 4 new drug certificates and 4 national patents and 16 prizes
Beijing Best TCM Doctor Award. Awarded the special government allowances by the State Council. National Qualification as supervisor of academic experience inheritance for Chinese Medicine (6th Round), PhD students supervisor of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Professor of Internal Medicine of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine; graduated from Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine, Chief physician in Wangjing Hospital, specialized in treatment for difficult and complicated diseases, and common internal diseases, Learned from Prof. Shi Jianbang and Ling Yaoxing for internal medicine, and from Prof. Jiang Jijun and Yang Jiashan for acupuncture and moxibustion, 40 years of clinical experience in internal medicine of TCM. More than 60 publications, including journal papers and books.
Dr. Nell Smircina is the President of CSOMA, California’s oldest state association, and serves on the Advocacy Committee and Medicare Task Force for the American Society of Acupuncturists. She is the Founder of PIQUE Health in Beverly Hills, CA, and the Director of Development for the American Acupuncture Council. Dr. Nell’s passion is advancing the profession by coaching students and practitioners looking to grow personally and professionally.
Dr. Lei Yang, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, founder and president of California University - Silicon Valley (formerly Heluo Medical University), and the founder of China's "Yuantong Baoling Qigong" and recipient of the "Outstanding Chinese Person of the Year Award", a great honor in the overseas Chinese community.
Dr. Amy Mager is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of TCM who has been working with women, mothers and children, and men with chronic diseases for over 23 years. Her professional education includes a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, a four-year Master of Science program at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine with master herbalist Dr. Yat-Ki Lai, and studies at the Post-Graduate Institute of Oriental Medicine in Hong Kong. Dr. Mager currently serves on the advisory board of Uprooted, Jewish Women’s response to infertility, as the secretary and dry needling chair of the Acupuncture Society of MA and as the Vice Chair of the American Society of Acupuncturists (ASA).
Dr. Haihe Tian received his Ph.D. degree in Chinese medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in China and was mentored by internationally known experts in TCM. He then taught and practiced TCM in the affiliated hospital of Beijing University of TCM. Dr. Tian has been a practitioner and professor in the United States since 1997, serving as academic dean and clinical director at the TCM school in Tampa Bay, FL.Dr. Tian has published 40 professional papers and 20 medical books as an author or co-author, is a book reviewer for Acupuncture Today, and is the President of ATCMA.
Dr. Wei first graduated from medical school in 1990 as an MD in China. Then she worked as a pulmonary physician before returning to school to become an Acupuncture Physician, specializing in both modern and traditional approaches. She moved to the United States in 2000 and obtained her acupuncture license after which she practiced Acupuncture in Florida for several years. Since 2007, her clinic has been located in Lake Worth, FL and she uses her 30 years of medical experience to treat patients with a variety of conditions. Dr. Wei is the Executive Vice President of ATCMA.
Dr. Chen is President of the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Chen is now also President of the National Federation of Chinese TCM Organizations (NFCTCMO), Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Complementary Medicine & Alternative Healthcare, Vice Chair of the World Traditional Medicine Forum, and an Executive Member of Presidium of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS). He served as Chair of the Accreditation Commission of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM), Vice-Chair of New York State Acupuncture Board, and Editor-in-Chief of American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Xu earned his Ph.D. in Medicine and Microbiology from Kanazawa Medical University in Uchinada, Japan. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Physiology & Biophysics at the State University of New York where he conducted research on the effect of natural herbal inhibitors on oncogenic tyrosine kinases. He was also a medical acupuncturist at the University Hospital Medical Center/SUNY at Stony Brook, as well as a cancer research scientist at the International Bioimmune System laboratory in Great Neck, New York. Dr. Xu is the recipient of the Japan International Education Award and is currently the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Department Director.
Since her role as a professor at the Shanghai University of T.C.M., Dr. Hu has served as the President of the American Association of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture and as the Vice Chair of the World Federation of Acupuncture Societies. Dr. Hu is also an editor of the Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine. She has been practicing as a clinical acupuncturist for over 35 years, most recently in Sacramento, California.
After graduating with degrees from West China University of Medical Sciences, Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine School, and Academy of Chinese Culture and Medical Sciences, Jia Yang worked in pharmacology and clinical research for new medicine at the Pharmaceutical Research Institute of the Guangzhou Zhongyi TCM Pharmaceutical Company. He is a licensed acupuncturist in Pleasanton, CA and is the Vice President of the American Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dan Litwin, AP is the chair of the FSOMA Advocacy Committee planning events like Acupuncture Education Day and other exhibiting events to educate and promote Asian medicine. He studied at the New York College of Health Professions, where he also taught for five years the fundamentals of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the School’s massage program. Daniel is set to complete his Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in February 2022.
Jane Lyttleton began her studies in science in NZ and then London with doctoral studies in genetics before succumbing to the siren song of Chinese medicine. She is author of the acclaimed Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine, published in 2004 (2nd ed 2013) by Elsevier Science and now in its 7th reprint in English, and several other languages. She has lectured at universities in Australia and the UK, and has taught courses and seminars in the treatment of infertility to doctors in Australia, Canada, China, Switzerland, Germany, New Zealand and Britain. She has presented at IVF conferences in California and Sydney.
Dr. Beth Nugent began her journey into medicine at age 18 as an Emergency Medical Technician in New York City. After many years of working in the western medical field, she sought a more integrative approach to healing, leading her to Acupuncture. Dr. Nugent studied Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, and holds an M.S. in Oriental Medicine from the NY College of health professions. During her career, Dr. Nugent has traveled to Nepal to provide acupuncture to earthquake survivors and victims of human trafficking, to Greece to treat Syrian and Afghan refugees and volunteers in the region, as well as Puerto Rico to treat people impacted by Hurricane Maria. She currently serves as the president of the Acupuncture Society of New York
Santao Wang is a registered acupuncturist in Quebec, Canada, the Director of Quebec Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a Board Member of the World TCM Forum. She is also the Deputy Secretary General of Acupotomy Medical Association of Canada. Dr. Wang is a Board Member of the Quebec Chinese Medicine Acupuncture Association and the owner of Carelife Health Centre Inc.
Hsu Friedman, Olivia
Dr. Olivia Hsu Friedman earned her Doctorate of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. In her practice, Amethyst Holisitc Skin Solutions, she specializes in treating both chronic and acute skin conditions, such as acne, eczema, topical steroid withdrawal (TSW), psoriasis, and other disorders. She is also a Chair of the Board of Directors for the American Society of Acupuncturists (ASA) and a member and former Vice Presidents of the Illinois Society of Acupuncturists.
Dr. Yinong Chong is a Mayo Clinic certified wellness coach. She earned a PhD in Sociology from Arizona State University, her MA in Journalism from Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and her BS in English Literature from Beijing University. She also holds a graduate certificate in Research Methodology from the University of Maryland, and was a post doctorate fellow at CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service. She is also a co-founder of Traditional Chinese Institute International and a highly sought public speaker on the topics of health, wellness, culture, and transformation.
Jin Hong Liu, John
John Jin Hong Liu received his bachelor degree from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, and his master's and doctorate degrees from Zhejiang Chinese Medical University. With 35 years experience in TCM, he successfully appliedunique acupuncture and Chinese medicine target treatment to cancer and RA, published up to seventy scholarly essays in professional magazines, and wrote 3 professional books. Now he is the principal of John & Jenny TCM College and the president of the TCM Cancer Center of Canada.
Dr. Galina Roofener holds board-certified credentials in Florida & Ohio as a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist and worked at the Cleveland Clinic where she was a major contributor to the development of the Chinese Herbal Therapy Program. As a result, Cleveland Clinic garnered global attention as being one of the first major medical institutions to open a hospital-based herbal clinic in the United States. In so doing, this provided even broader access to supplementary options for patients seeking an integrative approach to their care. She has a special interest in integrative, preventative, and rehabilitation medicine.
Dr. Settels earned his Master's in TCM at the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences (ACCHS) and later completed his DAOM in 2020 after traveling throughout the US and China to learn from the best teachers available. During private practice, he specialized in treating pain and orthopedic conditions, as well as complex and chronic diseases (such as autoimmune disorders, digestive issues, neurological conditions, endocrine disorders, etc.). After several years in clinical practice, Dr. Settels returned to ACCHS to teach for the Master's and Doctorate programs and is now the Dean of Academics of the Doctorate Program.
许玲上海岳阳中西医结合医院 肿瘤科 主任医师中华中医药学会肿瘤分会名誉副主任委员
Chief Physician, Oncology Department, Shanghai Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Honorary Vice Chairperson of Oncology Branch of Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Gong, Ya Bin
Deputy Chief Physician, Oncology Department of Shanghai Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Vice Chairmanof the Oncology Committee of the Chinese Society of Integrative Medicine
Li, He Gen
李和根上海中医院大学附属龙华医院 肿瘤科 主任医师上海中医药学会肿瘤分会副主任委员中国中西医结合肿瘤专业委员会委员
Chief Physician, Oncology Department of Longhua Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Vice Chairman of Oncology Branch of Shanghai Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine Memberof the Chinese Oncology Committee ofIntegrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine
李琦上海中医药大学附属曙光医院 肿瘤科 主任医师
Chief Physician, Oncology Department of Shuguang Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Wu, Wan Gen
Chief Physician, Department of Oncology, Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Vice Chairman of Oncology Branch of Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Liu, Shen Lin
刘沈林江苏省中医院 肿瘤科 主任医师
Chief Physician, Oncology Department, Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Chief Physician, Department of Nephrology, Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Vice Chairman of the Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine Nephrology Branch
Fang, Sheng Quan
方盛泉上海岳阳中西医结合医院 脾胃科 主任医师上海市中西医结合学会消化疾病专业委员会副主任委员
Chief Physician, Department of Spleen and Stomach of Shanghai Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Vice Chairman of the Digestive Disease Professional Committee of Shanghai Association of Chinese and Western Medicine
蔡淦上海中医药大学附属曙光医院 脾胃科 主任医师国家中医药管理局重点专科脾胃病学科带头人全国老中医药专家学术经验继承人导师国家自然科学基金评委
Chief Physician, Department of Gastroenterology of Shuguang Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Leader of Spleen and Stomach Diseases, a key specialty of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine Instructor of National Heirs of Academic Experience of Old Chinese Medicine Experts National Natural Science Foundation of China
Deputy Chief Physician, Department of Dermatology, Shanghai Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Deputy Secretary General of the Professional Committee of Dermatology, Shanghai Pharmacological Society
上海岳阳中西医结合医院 皮肤科 主任医师
Chief Physician, Department of Dermatology, Shanghai Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine
Qin, Wan Zhang
Chief Physician, Department of Dermatology, Shuguang Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Director of Shanghai Lupus Erythematosus Medical Collaboration Center of IntegratedTraditional Chinese and Western Medicine and National Lupus Erythematosus Research Association
Li, Yong Mei
Chief Physician, Department of Dermatology, Longhua Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Li, Yuan Wen
李元文北京中医药大学附属东方医院 皮肤科 主任医师中华中医药学会皮肤病分会副主任委员 Chief Physician, Department of Dermatology, Dongfang Hospital, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine Vice Chairman of the Dermatology Branch ofthe Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Wang, Xiu Ge
Chief Physician, Department of Endocrinology, Affiliated Hospital of Changchun University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Vice Chairman of Diabetes Branch of Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Sun, Zeng Tao
孙增涛天津中医药大学二附院 呼吸科 主任医师中华中医药学会肺系病分会副主任委员
Chief Physician, Respiratory Department, Second Affiliated Hospital of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Deputy Chairman of the Pulmonary Disease Branch of the Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Chen, Xian Hai
陈宪海山东省中医院 呼吸科 主任医师中华中医药学会肺系病分会常务委员
Chief Physician, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Shandong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Standing Committee Member of the Pulmonary Disease Branch of the Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
林琳广东省中医院 呼吸科 主任医师中华中医药学会肺系病分会副主任委员
Chief Physician, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Deputy Chairman of the Pulmonary Disease Branch of the Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Zhang, Ting Tiang
张婷婷上海岳阳中西医结合医院 妇科 主任医师 中华中医药学会名医学术思想研究分会副主任委员
Chief Physician, Department of Gynecology, Shanghai Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Vice-Chairman of the Chinese Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Tu, Hui Lan
杜惠兰河北中医学院附属医院 妇科 主任医师中华中医药学会妇科分会主任委员
Chief Physician, Department of Gynecology, Affiliated Hospital of Hebei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chairman of the Gynecology Branch of the Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine
Liu, Min Ru
Master of Traditional Chinese MedicineChengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Department of Gynecology, Honorary Chairman of the National Committee of Chinese Medicine and Gynecology
Zhang, Hui Yong
Chief Physician, Department of Pulmonary Diseases, Longhua Hospital, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chairman of the Respiratory Disease Committee of Shanghai Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine Deputy Chairman of the Respiratory Disease Professional Committee of Shanghai Association of Integrative Medicine
Wu, Yin Gen
上海中医院大学附属龙华医院 肺病科 主任医师
Chief Physician, Department of Pulmonary Diseases, Longhua Hospital, Shanghai University of
Traditional Chinese Medicine Vice President of the Respiratory Disease Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies