As Bastyr University concludes its 41st year, we reflect on some of the milestones and achievements that have furthered our mission to create a more healthful world for all.
Ali Miller, RD, CDE, BS (’09), is a dietitian, writer, blogger and advocate for functional medicine. Hear her path from Bastyr University to her multitude of accomplishments, including “Top 50 Most Influential Women in Houston."
Dr. Greg Yasuda shares his own naturopathic medicine philosophy as well as some advice for those interested in becoming an ND student.
Dr. Health Wright shares why she decided to choose naturopathic medicine and how her Bastyr studies laid the groundwork for a career in oncology.
Hear from our Class of 2019 Commencement Speakers and their final insights about their time at Bastyr University.
Bastyr University alumnus Iman Majd, MD, LAc (’05), routinely integrates acupuncture and conventional medicine to ensure maximum patient benefit, making him something of a rarity among MD
Bastyr ND and AOM student shares her path from studying medicine in Iraq to finding naturopathic medicine through her own health journey.
African American women are four times more likely than white women to die of pregnancy-related complications, and infants born to African American mothers die at twice the rate of infants born to white mothers. Bastyr midwifery research aims to change these disparities.
We invite the entire Bastyr community to join us on our Kenmore Campus for food, fellowship and growth at any of the following events!
A Year of Celebration and Change.
Meet our awardees for Founders' Day 2018.
This year, the AANP (American Association Naturopathic Physicians) recognized six members for their individual contributions to the advancement of naturopathic medicine. Each of these prestigious awards require a nomination and a majority vote from the AANP Board. In 2018, Bastyr proudly claims two of the awardees.
"The workers’ comp return-to-work model is slightly different from the conventional pain management and integrative health wellness models...If patients are taught self-care tools, they learn to better manage their condition on their own.”
MD and ND faculty members team together to provide new clinical services at Bastyr University Clinic (BUC) in San Diego.
Glenn Soja, MS ('06), LAc, EAMP, Dipl OM, began his education on the allopathic premed track.
Simkin Center Director, Annie Kennedy, leaves position for other opportunities in the maternal-infant health field.
CNN, Food Network and The Seattle Times have been busy quoting one of Bastyr's own on all things nutrition.
Master of Science in Nutrition and Clinical Health Psychology students are teaming together for NEDA Week to bring educational, enlightening, and empowering messages on campus.
Master of Public Health students joined health professionals from all over Washington state for Legislative Education Day in Olympia, Wash.
The Simkin Center for Allied Birth Vocations at Bastyr University begins the celebration of its 30th birthday in 2018!
With this unique integrative approach, every patient seen at BlueDoor Therapeutics has enjoyed a minimum of 80% reduction in their opioid burden.
The current U.S. opioid epidemic only reiterates and magnifies the importance of integrative care. This is where Bastyr's DAOM program steps in.
The Founders' Awards Dinner commemorates our historical legacy, celebrates our accomplishments and the 2017 Mission and Founders award recipients.
Bastyr's San Diego and Kenmore campuses went all out to celebrate Naturopathic Medicine Week 2017.
Nutrition Alum, Tom Malterre, MS, CN, has authored several nutrition/cooking books rooted in functional medicine.