Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley
  • September 29, 2016Diverse Paths Lead New Students to TCM

    Diverse Paths Lead New Students to TCM

    Uniting them are World Travel, Multi-Lingual Abilities, & Curiosity AIMC Berkeley’s Fall 2016 entering students form a mosaic of..

  • September 16, 2016Alumni Spotlight: Jill Morgyn

    Alumni Spotlight: Jill Morgyn

    Jill Morgyn holds a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine and works in the vibrant health industry. She works as a Health Sciences..

  • September 5, 2016Student Spotlight: Namtak Dorje

    Student Spotlight: Namtak Dorje

    Q: Why did you decide to Study Oriental Medicine? I always felt that I had the ability to help others that were sick or in pain, but I..

  • September 5, 2016Food is Medicine: Cooking Video Series

    Food is Medicine: Cooking Video Series

    AIMC Berkeley President Yasuo Tanaka is passionate about how the food that we eat effects our health. He has put together this ongoing..

  • August 29, 2016With Comeback of Cupping, Do Not Forget about Safety

    With Comeback of Cupping, Do Not Forget about Safety

    Most of the national media–and some international publications–are clamoring about why Olympians are covered in dark red polka..

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    Have you seen our other videos showcasing the AIMC Berkeley college community? Featuring:
    • International Faculty
    • AIMC Berkeley diverse student body
    • AIMC Berkeley Graduates
    • Insights into our tight-knit college community
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    One faculty member, Barbara Martello LAc specializes in Japanese Meridian therapy and another, Koki Kawanami LAc uses fine Japanese needles and techniques to heal his patients. Among our students, Ra Adcock discusses our four off-site clinical opportunities including the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, where hundreds of doctors, surgeons and nurses are having “aha moments” with Oriental medicine. Our excellent herbal pharmacy is discussed by one of our graduates, Jill Morgyn. Katrina Hanson highlights how she is specializing in treating the LGBTQ community and recommends carving out a niche early on, as a student. Curious what AIMC Berkeley graduates are doing? Former Oakland Raider, Josh Taves LAc, a 2014 graduate of AIMC Berkeley, is working in sports medicine and collaborating with other healthcare experts.  Katya Zamrick LAc, and a 2014 graduate, works in AIMC Berkeley’s professional clinic. Zamrick, like many of AIMC Berkeley’s students, has a background in Western Medicine. Zamrick previously practiced as a medical doctor in Germany. Other video spotlights include: Students: Tali Weinberg and Shawna Seth Ggraduates: Elena Hirshberger LAc and Stephen Davis LAc Staff and Faculty: Ji Hyang Padma, PhD, AIMC Berkeley Student Services Coordinator and Nishanga Bliss DSc LAc, Clinic Supervisor and Faculty member