Current Roles Associate Professor Director of Clinical Education AEAM Department DAOM Program Director Education BA English Literature, University of Illinois, 1975 MA Chinese Language and Literature, University of Michigan, 1982...
Current Roles Dr. Love is a faculty member in the Department of Basic Sciences and teaches the prosection of instructional cadavers. Education BS in zoology from University of Washington in 1982 Doctorate in veterinary medicine from Washington...
Current Roles Dr. Apichai is a core faculty member in the Department of Acupuncture & East Asian Medicine and a clinical supervisor at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. He also serves as an advisor for the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)...
When a friend with limited English was diagnosed with cancer, Jeungwon Yoon, MS, DAOM (‘10), LAc, spent months accompanying him to treatments. Yoon devoted herself to studying the disease and enrolled in Bastyr University's Doctor of Acupuncture and...
Bermuda native Erin Moran, DAOM ('10), MS ('01), is proof that Bastyr University students come from many walks of life. She was in dental school in England when she grew ill and received care from a friend trained in naturopathic medicine. That...
Sharon Gray, MS (’06), LAc, is one of many Bastyr graduates whose own health journey inspired her to join a healing profession. Her interests led her first to nutrition, then to Chinese acupuncture, culminating in a combination of the two that she...
Naturopathic doctors have a diverse set of healing tools at their disposal — it's one of the hallmarks of a naturopathic education. Few doctors demonstrate this as well as alumni Geoff Lecovin, ND, LAc ('94), MS, DC, CSCS, CISSN. Let's unpack those...
In honor of his late father, who was a biology teacher, a park naturalist, a Presbyterian minister and an active humanitarian, Eric Martin has embarked upon a career and education that embodies the best of all of those worlds. A Bastyr graduate of...
Inderjeet Ramgotra, LAc, a graduate of Bastyr University's acupuncture and Oriental medicine program, is one of those rare people who knew what she wanted to do when she was 16 - and acted on it. "Early on, I knew I wanted to study alternative...
When William Pettis decided he wanted to study acupuncture and Oriental medicine in 1998, he had no idea of the high-profile endeavors he would soon undertake. All he knew was that he was interested in Chinese herbs. Had he been told that he would...