Bastyr alumna Pina LoGiudice, ND, LAc, appears frequently on The Dr. Oz Show and Katie Couric's show, finding creative ways to discuss natural health.
Professor John Hibbs, ND, shows students why detoxification is an essential part of wellness.
David Tolmie, BS ('06), MLIS, combines psychology and technology skills to help students navigate the fast-changing world of evidence-informed medicine.
A mysterious illness transformed Priya Walia's vision of medicine and gave her a plan for her future.
Alumna Rachel Giordano, ND ('12), became an unlikely viral media star and a thoughtful commentator on gender and medicine.
Emi Yamasaki McLaughlin and Caitlin Wheaton develop a plan to expand access to midwives.
Kara Noyes dropped out of high school to battle bone cancer. Now she treats patients at Bastyr's integrative oncology research clinic.
As a Fulbright Scholar, Daniel Fenyvesi, MSN ('07), RD, will teach Nicaraguan students, train workers at a university health clinic, and collaborate with faculty on understanding the changing role of nutrition in a developing country.
Miller tells us what she's learned about music that heals and medicine that sings.
Sonja Sivesind, MSAOM ('08), LAc, joins a movement using group care to expand access to acupuncture.
Artemis Morris, ND, LAc, shows what an island known for wellness and longevity can teach the rest of us.
Bastyr researchers find strong benefit to probiotics, leading hospitals to rethink policy.
As a monk and student leader, Yeeshen Tien finds fruitful parallels between religion and health.
Exercise science alumna Lisa Brudvik finds unexpected joys teaching fitness at a retirement community.
Deena Lewis left a job at Microsoft to design landscapes as she learned in Bastyr's permaculture certificate program.
The Seattle Mariners are leaders in using acupuncture and integrative medicine in professional sports, as two students learned during a week with the team.
A high-performance diet gave Ellen Freeman energy but not health. Discovering whole foods let her shine at Olympic trials and at Bastyr.
Jody Noé's childhood education in Cherokee herbalism led her to naturopathic medicine. Now she's a leader in integrative oncology and naturopathic nutrition for diabetes.
Learn how Becky Meldrum leapt from Cirque du Soleil to Bastyr's naturopathic medicine program — and how they're alike.
After meeting at Bastyr, Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl opened a meadery reflecting the herbal diversity of Eastern Washington.
The idea for BigSpoon Jam was hatched at Tina Fogall’s first class through Bastyr University, when she was introduced to the small-batch, local jams she learned to love and to share.
Amy Davis, PsyD, BS (’05), spoke to us about the questions that led her to psychology and her research into global differences in counseling.
A student reflects on her first quarter: "Studying naturopathic medicine is the hardest thing I've ever done. Now I know I can handle it."
Health policy professor Valerie B. Yerger, ND (’92), shows how Big Tobacco targeted African-Americans and how communities can take charge of their own health.
Bastyr graduate Steven Rissman, ND ('96), counsels young men who struggle with anger, showing how care providers can empower patients to manage inner turmoil.