Dr. John Zhang PhD, Lic. Ac & Herbalist, Medical Doctor in China, > 25 years of experience,
Dipl. O.M.; Dipl. Ac; Dipl. C.H.(NCCAOM)
Dr. Zhang's Credentials include:
Faculty member Medical Acupuncture for Physicians, Harvard Medical School Meeting Mayor of Boston
Senior acupuncturist/fellow Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Harvard Medical School
President Massachusetts Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Professor Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
A/Professor New England School of Acupuncture
Physician in China Trained in Both Western & Chinese Medicine
Executive Editor Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine
Associate Editor-in-Chief Chinese Journal of Difficult and Complicated Cases
Dr. John Zhang is licensed by Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Board of Registration in Medicine. He is certified at both Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology and Oriential Medicine (the highest certification which covers Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Oriential Medicine and Asian Bodywork Therapy) by NCCAOM (National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriential Medicine).
He has over 25 years of experience including 10 years as a physician practicing both Chinese & Western medicine in China and over 10 years of practicing, teaching and researching acupuncture and Chinese medicine in USA. He work 10 years full time in Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School since 1999. He has been working on several NIH clinical trials to test the effect of acupuncture on several diseases at MGH. He is also a key Investigator of a project to study the effect of Chinese herbal medicine in MGH. He is a faculty member of Medical Acupuncture for Physicians at Harvard Medical School and a research acupuncturist/fellow in Massachusetts General Hospital. He has been trained in both Chinese and Western Medicine in top medical schools & hospitals for 11 years and has rich experience in treating a wide variety of health conditions including infertility and IVF/IUI with acupuncture and Chinese medicine.
He is a Professor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (the most prestigious Chinese medicine university in China which has two 600-bed hospitals and over 1000 MDs. Web: http://www.bucm.edu.cn ) and tutor of PhD students of the university. He has published more than 40 scientific papers about acupuncture and Chinese medicine treatment as well as modern medicine in top journals such as PNAS, J Hypertension,JBC, Chinese J of Integrative Medicine, J of Traditional Chinese Medicine, etc. He is co-author of three books about Chinese
medicine. He is an associate Editor-in-Chief of Chinese Journal of Difficult and Complicated Cases and an editor of American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Zhang has been giving seminars and lectures about acupuncture and Chinese medicine for medical doctors and healthcare practitioners at numerous famous institutions and organizations, including Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center of Harvard Medical School, New England Medical Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, American Association of Oriental Medicine, World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies and so on.
He is president of Massachusetts Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine (MSCM), which is the key Chinese medicine society in Massachusetts under the list of Mass Board of Medicine, web: http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/provider/licensing/occupational/acupuncture/professional-societies.html MSCM is authorized by Massachusetts Board of Medicine Acupuncture Committee to award medical continuing education credit directly for its sponsored seminars. MSCM has organized 15 high level seminars (2-3 seminars each year) about acupuncture and Chinese medicine at Harvard Medical School main campus since 1999. Most (more than 80 percent) Chinese acupunturists in Massachusetts are members of MSCM.
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