After graduating with her Master’s in Nutrition, research in 2011 from Bastyr, Haleh knew that she wanted to help people by providing quality and accessible services to the community.
Bastyr Alumni partners with Cauldron Broths to produce a line of SIBO friendly broths, now available at PCC Markets.
Naturopathic Medicine Student Association (NMSA) recognizes four "Bastyrians" for their leadership in the Naturopathic Medicine community.
Congratulations to these six "Top Doc" Alumni!
Catch up on what our Herbal Sciences students have been up to this summer!
Each Year, Seattle Met publishes a list of “Seattle’s Top Doctors” to showcase and recognize the finest healthcare providers in the city of Seattle. This year, one of Bastyr’s own, Andrew
Hear from Joshua Goldenburg, ND, who is leading Bastyr University's research efforts on Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Griffin McMath, ND, 2017 Bastyr graduate, was recognized this year for her outstanding achievement in and support for the advancement of naturopathic medicine.
These five students shared wisdom and words of encouragement in front of hundreds of classmates, colleagues, friends, and family. Hear their personal stories and where they're headed!
Dr. Jing Meng and her team of faculty and students are exploring alternative treatments to prostate cancer through the study of Chinese medicinal herbs.
Bastyr University Researcher Launches Five-day Program to Bring Progressive, Personalized Medicine to Those with Parkinson’s Disease
Two Bastyr University students spend their spring break volunteering with non-profit organization Naturopaths without Borders.
Bastyr University celebrates Research Week 2017, with the Faculty Research Symposium on May 31 and the Student Research Symposium on June 2.
Bastyr University's 7th Annual Michelle Eustache Human Library continues to teach the beautiful lesson of diverse human experiences.
A "Cut Throat" competition helps Seattle teens in need.
Bastyr University students take to Capitol Hill to advocate for public access to intregative medicine.
There are ways to help treat IBS using safe, natural products, and life-style intervention.
There are many ways to monitor and change your individual risk of heart disease.
Purchasing food grown closer to your home will provide great health, economic and environmental benefits.
Bastyr University has announced that AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine will become the AOMA College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine within the University.
Choice Organic Teas teamed up with Bastyr to introduce a delicious mushroom tea line.
Bastyr University students visit Sacramento, CA to advocate for natural medicine.
Bastyr Naturopathic Medicine student spreads holistic message to Tanzanian village.
Bastyr University California student Pedi Mirdamadi (pictured first on the left) co-founds the AIHM Student Alliance.