Curriculum Vitae


MarkJ. Langweiler, DC, DAAPM, BCFE
Prinseneiland 79K
The  Netherlands


January 2002-present Director, Department of Integrative Medicine
Atlantic Hematology-Oncology Group
415 S Chris Gaupp Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205
April 2002-present Chiropractic Physician
Chiropractic Van Beelen
Geversstraat 75a 
2341 GD Oegstgeest
The Netherlands
1998-April 2002 Private Practice
Quiropractica  Norteamericana
C/ Ricardo Mico, 5-3-4
46009 Valencia
1989-1998 Private Practice
3110 Ocean Heights Avenue, Suite 2
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
1997-1998 Instructor-Adjunct Faculty
Richard Stockton State College
Pomona, NJ 08240
1995-1998 Staff Physician
Ocean Point Health Care Center
555 Bay Avenue
Somers Point, NJ 08244
1995-1998 Instructor-Anatomy and Physiology
South Shore Healing Arts
Somers Point, NJ 08244
1991-1996 Faculty- Life Sciences Department
Atlantic Cape Community College
Mays Landing, NJ 08331
1988-1989 Associate Chiropractic Physician
Dr.Lawrence Manzi, DC 
Voorhees, NJ 08301


1998-1999 Parker College of Chiropractic
Dallas, TX 75229
Chiropractic Neurology
1995-1996 Spine Research Institute of San Diego
Certification in Acceleration/DecelerationTrauma
1989-1993 National College of Chiropractic
Lombard, IL 
Chiropractic Orthopedics
1985-1988 Cleveland Chiropractic College
Kansas City, MO
D.C., Magna cum Laude
1976-1978 University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 
Graduate Studies: Genetics and Music
1970-1975 Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ
BA, Biology


1997 Diplomate, American College of ForensicMedicine
1995 Diplomate, American College of ForensicExperts
1994 Board Eligible, American College of ChiropracticOrthopedics
1992 Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management

Active: NJ, NY Inactive: AZ, MO, NM TN


1985-1988 Research Fellow
Cleveland Chiropractic College
Kansas City, MO
1986 Recipient- New Jersey Chiropractic 
Society Scholarship
1987-1988 Teaching Assistant: Clinical LaboratoryMethods
Cleveland Chiropractic College
Kansas City, MO

Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management
Diplomate, American College of ForensicExperts
Diplomate, American College of ForensicMedicine
Member, American College of ChiropracticOrthopedics
Member, Institute of Noetic Sciences
Founding Member, Atlantic County ChiropracticSociety
Member, Somatics Society

Keynote Speaker- Worlds of Wellness, Advancesin Integrated Care, Atlantic City, NJ, November 10, 2003
Workshop Leader- Worlds of Wellness, IntegratedPain Management, November 11, 2003
Seminar Speaker- Worlds of Wellness, TheBusiness of Integrated Care, November 11, 2003
Editor-in-Chief, Medical Paradigms: NewModels and Practical Outcomes
Editorial Board, Journal of the AmericanAcademy of Pain Management
Editorial Board, The Forensic Examiner
Past Vice President, Atlantic County ChiropracticSociety
Book Reviewer, Journal of Asian MartialArts
                           Qi, Journal of Eastern Medicine and Culture
                           Journal of the Chen Tai Chi Chuan Research Association
Producer and Host, “Innovations in Wellness”on WOND radio
On-site certification Examiner, AmericanAcademy of Pain Management
Chiropractic Physician- Atlantic CityAround the Island Marathon Swim

“Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy: A CaseStudy.”  Journal of the
Neuromusculoskeletal System, Vol. 2, Number2, 1993

“Interview with Sifu Wu Kwong Yu.” Journalof the Chen Tai Chi Chuan
Research Association, Vol. 6, Number 6,1995 

Dutch (basic)

Percussion, Recorder, Oboe
Black Belt- Tae Kwon Do
Instructor- Tai Chi Chuan
PADI Advanced scuba certification
Collector-Animation Art

Peter Gravett
Schooling : Dulwich College, London SE211958-1964
O Levels x 10
A  Levels x 4 (Grades A, A, A, B) 
S Papers x 2 (Grade 1 and 2)

Guy’s Hospital Medical School
University of London
2nd MB BS July 1966
MRCS LRCP April 1969
MB BS London May 1969
Specialist Qualifications : Primary MRCPath 5th November 1975
Final MRCPath  5th July 1979
(Haematology and Blood Transfusion)
Accreditation Armed Services ConsultantAppointment Board
(ASCAB)  16th October 1979
Academic Awards Montefiore Prize in MilitarySurgery  December 1970
Tulloch Memorial Prize in Pathology December 1970

Royal Army Medical College Medical Cadet29.06.66 29.06.69

Farnborough Hospital, Kent House Surgeon01.07.69 31.12.69
Farnborough Hospital, Kent House Physician01.01.70 30.06.70
Colchester Military Hospital SHO Surgery30.06.70 09.09.70
Royal Army Medical College 121 PGMO Course10.09.70 16.12.70
HM Forces, Singapore, Hong Kong RegimentalMedical 17.12.70 08.05.73
and Nepal Officer 1st Bn 2nd Gurka Rifles

Cambridge Military Hospital Trainee (SHO) 19.05.73 14.07.75
Cambridge Military Hospital Specialist(Registrar) 15.07.75 26.09.76
PGMS Hammersmith Hospital HaematologyAttachment 01.11.76 27.03.76
BMH Iserlohn Senior Specialist 28.03.7703.04.78
(Senior Registrar)
BMH Munster Senior Specialist 01.05.7819.07.80
(Senior Registrar)

Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital Consultant20.07.80 31.12.84
Westminster Hospital, London HonoraryConsultant 01.04.81 31.12.91
AMI UK  Consultant 01.10.84 31.12.84
(Medical Laboratory Services) Haematologist 
The London Clinic Consultant  01.01.85To date
20 Devonshire Place, W1 Haematologist

Haematology / Oncology QEMH appointmentinvolved providing reference and treatment facilities to HM Forces worldwidein conjunction with Westminster Hospital
Bone Marrow Transplantation Honorary ConsultantHaematologist to the Department of Haematology, Westminster Hospital (ProfessorA J Barrett)  01.04.81 – 31.12.91 including bone marrow transplantprogramme

Consultant Haematologist and TransplantPhysician to London Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Group 01.10.84– 31.12.94
Medical Director, Stem Cell TransplantUnit, London Clinic 01.01.95 – 31.03.03
Clinical Director of Pathology, The LondonClinic 01.03.02 to date

Medical Protection Society
Royal Society of Medicine (Fellow)
British Society for Haematology
International Society of Haematology
British Blood Transfusion Society (FounderMember)
British Council for Acupuncture

Dept. of Rhuematology
Diakonhjemmet Hospital, Oslo, Norway
Present Position: Leader of Research andDevelopment Unit, National Resource Center for Rehabilitation in Rhuematology,Dept. of Rhuematology, Diakonhjemmet Hospital, Oslo, Norway.

Cand, med. (MD) Medical University Lubeck/Germany1988
Approved specialist in rheumatic diseases1996

Clinical Qualifications
Nordland Hospital
Dept. Of Radiology, Resident 1989-1990(7 months)
Dept. of Rhuematology, Resident 1993-94(15 months)
Diakonhjemmet Hospital
Dept. of Rhuematology, Resident 1994-1996(18 months)
Constituted as Specialisy 1996 (3 months)
Research Fellow 1996-2000
Rhuematology Consultant from 2000

Scientific Qualifications
1. Thesis: (PhD) Oslo University2000 (Thesis: Rhuematoid arthritis: Incidence risk factors, dryness complications,and disease course)
2. Scientific Publications (articles andabstracts), see separate list
3. Ongoing research projects
a. Epidemiologic aspects of rheumatoidarthritis in Oslo
b. Health outcomes in RA in longitudinalstudies
c. European Research on IncapacitatingDiseases and Social Support (EURIDISS)
d. Tai Chi in rheumatoid arthritis
e. International Classification of Function(ICF) – validity on rheumatoid arthritis.
4. Scientific positions:
Research fellow Diakonhjemmet Hospital/researchCouncil of Norway 1996-2000
National Resource Center for Rehabilitationin Rhuematology, Unit for Research and Development, Leading consultantsince 2001.

Teaching Qualifications
– Chair for the postgraduate educationcourses for Norwegian Physicians: Arthritis in the new century (2002).Activity and damage in rheumatoid arthritis in clinical practice (2003).
– University lectures for medical studentssecond and fifth year, University of Oslo 2003
– Lectures at Nordland Nursing Collegeand Diakonhjemmet Nursing College 1994 and 1995
– Several lectures at national and internationalcourses/meetings

Administrative Qualifications
Leader of National Resource Center forRehabilitation in Rhuematology, Unit for Reasearch and Development, DiskonhjemmetHospital from 2002

Present Title:
Chief of Pain and Pallliative Care, NationalInstitutes of Health, Clinical Center

National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, MD

B.S. in Nursing – New York University
New York, New York
August, 1979

Graduate Education:
M.S.N. – University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August, 1981

1988-1989 – Internship, Department ofMedicine, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
1988-1991 – Resident, Department of MedicineHartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
1991-1993 – Oncology Fellow, Yale UniversitySchool of Medicine, New Haven, CT
1992-1993 – Pain/Palliative Care, Fellow,Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT

TomeNascimento, MD
Professional Data
Current Position – Cardiologist
Medical Licensure – New Jersey
Practice Affiliation – Mainland HeartConsultants PA
                            Galloway, New Jersey


1973 Graduated Medical Doctor
Federal University
Parana, Brazil
1974 Awarded Certificate
Educational Council for Foreign MedicalStudents

Post Graduate Education

1975 – 1976 Internship Atlantic City Medical Center
Atlantic City, New Jersey
1976 – 1978 Residency Atlantic City Medical Center
Atlantic City, New Jersey
1978 – 1979 Fellow in Critical Care Medicine University of Pittsburgh Health Center
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1983 – 1985 Fellow in Cardiology Deborah Heart and Lung Center
Browns Mills, New Jersey

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Jul 2001-Present Fellow
Nephrology Program, Department of Medicine
University of Toronto, Toronto 
Jul 1998-Jun 2001 Resident, Internal Medicine
Department of Medicine
University of Toronto, Toronto 
Jun 1997-Mar 1998 Pre-Intern
Ontario International Medical GraduateProgram
University of Ottawa, Ottawa
Jul 1993-Jun 1997 Clinical Fellow
Nephrology Program, Department of Medicine
University of Toronto, Toronto
May 1992-Jun 1993 Observer 
Nephrology Program
The Wellesley Central Hospital
University of Toronto, Toronto
Oct 1990-July 1991 Postgraduate Student
Cardiology Program, Hammersmith Hospital
Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Universityof London,England 
* awarded a Diploma in Cardiology witha Mark of Distinction
Dec 1989-Sep 1990 Resident, Internal Medicine 
Department of Medicine
University of Iassy, Romania

1989 M.D. Degree
Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine
University of Bucharest, Romania


2003 (Eligible)  Specialty Certification,Nephology
2002 Royal College of Physicians and Surgeonsof Canada, 
Internal Medicine 
1999 Medical  Council of Canada QualifyingExamination  – Part II
1998 Medical  Council of Canada QualifyingExamination  – Part I
1992 Medical  Council of Canada EvaluatingExamination

2003 – present Consultant Nephrologist
Grand River Hospital
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
2003 – present  Consultant Internist
Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute 
University Health Network
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


1996 – 2002 Renal Rehabilitation Program
Toronto General Hospital, University HealthNetwork
University of Toronto, Canada
2003 – present Fund Raising Campaign
Renal Rehabilitation Center 
Toronto General Hospital, University HealthNetwork
University of Toronto, Canada

Mustata S, Chan C, Miller JA, Richardson,RMA.  Effect of exercise on vascular stiffness and insulin resistancein hemodialysis patients.  Manuscript in preparation 2003.
Mustata S, Less P, Agraharkar M, MuralidharanJ, Uldall PR. Further experience with a percutaneously inserted doublelumen silastic catheter for end-stage renal failure patients with refractoryvascular access problems. ASAIO Journal 1996, 244-245.
Agraharkar M, Isaacson S, MendelssohnD, Muralidharan J, Mustata S,  Zevallos G, Besley M, Uldall PR. Percutaneously inserted silastic jugular hemodialysis catheters seldomcause jugular vein thrombosis. ASAIO Journal 1995, 41(2), 169-172.
Patrikarea A, Pierratos A, Mustata S,Oreopoulos DG.  Pretreatment hemoglobin and response to erythropoietinin CAPD patients. Peritoneal Dialysis International 1995, 15(3), 174-175. 

 Mustata S, Miller JA, RichardsonRMA. Exercise may prevent hemodialysis-induced hypotension. JASN 2001.
Mustata S, Goh ST, Goh SL, Sanchez M,Amodeo M, Conolly A, Walker M, Silverstein A, Mailis A, Richardson RMA.The effect of an exercise program on fitness, quality of life and Kt/Vin hemodialysis patients. JASN 1997.
Jassal V, Mucsi I, Mustata S, Uldall PR.Renal biopsy – a safe and easy day case procedure. JASN 1995, 6(3), 392. 
Polner K, Mucsi I, Jassal V, Mustata S,Uldall PR. Comparison of Uldall — Cook (U-C) catheter with the polytetrafluoroethylene(PTFE) graft for long-term vascular access hemodialysis. JASN 1995, 6(3),499. 
Jassal V, Mucsi I, Mustata S, Uldall PR.Venous thrombosis secondary to indwelling jugular hemodialysis catheters.JASN 1995, 6(3), 492.


Nov 2001 American Society of Nephrology  AnnualMeeting,  San Francisco, USA
Poster presentation:
“The effect of exercise and preventionof hemodialysis-induced      hypotension.”
Nov 1998 Ontario Provincial Patient Symposium,The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Toronto 
Oral presentation:
“The effect of an exercise program onfitness and quality of life in hemodialysis patients.”
Jun 1998 The Renal Educationand Peer Support group, The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Toronto
Oral presentation: “The role of exercisein the rehabilitation of dialysis patients.”
Nov 1997 American Society of Nephrology  AnnualMeeting,  San Antonio, USA
Poster presentation: “The effect of anexercise program on fitness, quality of  life and KT/V in hemodialysispatients.”
Jun 1997 Patient Conference, The Kidney Foundationof Canada, Toronto
Oral presentation: “Research findingsin dialysis and kidney transplantation.” 
Oct 1996 Patient Conference, The Kidney Foundationof Canada, Toronto 
Oral presentation: “Bone disease in renalpatients.”
Apr 1994 American Society for Artificial InternalOrgans (ASAIO) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA
Poster presentation: “The experience witha percutaneously inserted double lumen silastic catheter for end-stagerenal failure patients with refractory vascular access problems.”


1997–present Instructor, Clinical Skills
Foreign Medical Graduates
Ontario International Medical GraduateProgram
2002 – present Instructor, Basic Science and ClinicalSkills
1st, 2nd year Medical Students 
University of Torontoy

After my medical training in Europe (Romaniaand England), I was appointed as a Clinical Fellow in Nephrology at theUniversity of Toronto, Canada, in 1993. I was granted Canadian Landed Immigrantstatus during my fellowship.
As a foreign medical graduate, I had torepeat my entire training in Internal Medicine and Nephrology in orderto obtain a general license to practice in Canada, which explains my extensivepost-graduate training – 6 years of Internal Medicine and 6 years of Nephrology.

RonCaplan, PhD
Northfield, New Jersey

B.A. Economics – University of Massachusetts,Amherst, MA (1972)
M.A. Economics – University of Massachusetts,Amherst, MA (1977)
Ph.D. Economics – University of Massachusetts,Amherst, MA (1981)
Areas of Specialization: Health Economics,Economic History, Politcal Economy

Current Position:
Associate of Public Health, The RichardStockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ (September 1, 2000 – present)
Assistant Professor, Public Health Program,The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ (September 1994– September 2000)
President, Health Strategies (August 1993– Present)

Previous Positions:
Research Associate, University of Medicineand Dentistry of New Jersey, Camden, NJ (March 1994-September 1994)
Adjunct Professor, Department of UrbanStudies and Community Health (Rutgers University) and Department of Environmentaland Community Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (New JerseyGraduate Program in Public Health) (January 1992 – September 1994)
Adjunct Professor, Economics Department,Drew University, Madison, NJ (January 1994 – May 1994)
Associate Director, Mid-State Health AdvisoryCorporation, New Brunswick, NJ (January 1992 – September 1993)
Assistant Professor, Department of UrbanStudies and Community Health (Rutgers University) and Department of Environmentaland Community Medicine, Robert Johnson Medical School (New Jersey GraduateProgram in Public Health) (Fall 1985 – January 1992)
Member: Rutgers University Graduate Faculty(Spring 1986 – January 1992)
Assistant Professor of Economics, DrewUniversity (Fall 1981 – Spring 1985)
Resident Director, Drew University Semesterof the European Community, Brussels, Belgium (August 1982 – January 1983)
Assistant Professor of Economics, StateUniversity of New York at Oswego (Fall 1979 – Spring 1981)
Governing Board of Health System Agency(HAS) for Western Massachusetts (1978-1979)
Freelance health care journalist, TheValley Advocate, (1977-1979)
Instructor of Economics, University ofMassachusetts (1976-1978)
Committee for Fairness in Health Care
Member: Board of Directors (Nov. 1997– Present)

Professional Organizations:

PaulLam MD
– MBBS University of New South Wales 1974
– FAMAC (Fellow of the Australian MedicalAcupuncture College)
– Clinical Lecturer for medical graduates– Family Practice Program from 1984
– Conjoint lecturer University of NewSouth Wales 2002
– President of Tai Chi Association ofAustralia (1999-2002)

Family Physician
Dr. Lam has been a family physician inSydney, Australia for 26 years. He graduated from the medical school ofthe University of NSW with a university scholarship on December 1974. Forthe past 19 years Dr. Lam has been teaching medical graduates as a clinicallecturer of the family practice program
Conjoint lecturer at the University ofNew South Wales.
Postgraduate degree – fellow of the AustralianMedical Acupuncture College since 1980.

He has produced many Tai Chi instructionalvideoa
Co-author of the books “Overcoming Arthritis”and “Chen Style 36 Forms Taijiquan.”

Community works
Dr. Lam is the past president Tai ChiAssociation of Australia for three years 1999-2002 And a world leader inthe field tai chi for health improvement.
He has given talks, workshops and presentationsto numerous health professionals on the subject of Tai Chi and health,conduct workshops for instructors world wide and is participating in severalresearch projects.

Research works
Co-author of “Effects of Tai Chi exerciseon pain balance, muscle strength, and physical functioning in older womenwith osteoarthritis: A randomized clinical trial” with:
Rhayun Song, RN, PhD, Associate professor,Soonchunhyang University, Department of Nursing, 366-1 Ssangyong-dong,Chon An 330-090, South Korea 
Eun-Ok Lee, RN, DNS, Professor, SeoulNational University, College of Nursing, 28 Yeonkeun-Dong, Chongro-Ku,Seoul 110-799, South Korea
Sand-Cheol Bae, MD, PhD, MPH, Associateprofessor, The Hospital for Rhuematic Disease, Hanyang University MedicalCenter, Seoul, 133-762, South Korea
Grant Supporter: Supported by the KoreaResearch Foundation (Grant no.2000-042-F00100), Seoul, Korea
Published in September 2003, Journal ofRhuematology (J, Rhuematol 2003;30:2039-44)

Also a co-author of other ongoing clinicalstudies including:
– “Effects of Tai Chi For Diabetes” withUniversity of NSW, Community Medicine.
– “Tai Chi For Quality of Geriatric Lifestyles”with St. George Hospital.

Kenneth S.Cohen
Nederland, Colorado, USA

Unique Qualifications:

KennethA. Leight, Ph.D.

Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation
Pomona, New Jersey


Ph.D., 1986 University of New Mexico
M.A., 1980 Albuquerque, New Mexico
(With Distinction)
Major: Clinical Psycology
B.A., 1977 State University of New York
(With Outstanding Academic Performance) Binghamton, New York
Major: Psycology.

AllanE. Gross

Degrees, Diplomas, Licensures, and Certifications

1962 M.D., University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontatrio
1969 FRCS (C), Royal College of Surgeons ofCanada.
Orthopedic Surgery

Specialty Training

July 1962 – June1963 New Mount Sanai Hospital
Toronto, Ontario
July 1963 – June1964 Research during training
The Banting Institute
Medical Research Council Grant
Subject: Gastric cooling, pancreatic andgastric physiology,  tracheal reconstruction.
July 1964 — Dec1964 St. Michael’s Hospital
Toronto, Ontario
Assistant Resident in Surgery
Jan 1965 — June1966 Toronto General Hospital
Toronto, Ontario
Assistant Resident in Surgery
June 1966 — June1967 Research During Training – Hospital forSick Children
Research Institute, Toronto
Canadian Arthritis Society Grant
Subject: Cortisone arthropathy.
July 1967 — June1968 Toronto General Hospital
Toronto, Ontario
Chief Resident – Orthopaedics
July 1968 — Dec1968 Hospital for Sick Children
Toronto, Ontario
Chief Resident – Orthopaedics
Jan 1969 — June1969 The Wellesley Hospital
Toronto, Ontario
Chief Resident – Orthopaedics
Sep 1970 — July1971 Research During Training
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London,England
Medical Reaesrch Council Grant/OntarioHealth Grant
Subject: Immunogenicity of articular cartilageand its application to joint transplant.

July 1969 — June 1970 – Toronto GeneralHospital
                                   Toronto, Ontario
                                   Duncan Fellow in Orthopaedic Surgery

University Appointments
1975 — 1982 – Surgeoan-in-Chief, MountSinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario
1980 — Present – Full Professor, Universityof Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

John J.Santoro, D.O., F.A.C.G., F.A.C.O.I.
Atlantic Gastroenterology Associates
Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey

Education and Training

College LaSalle College
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
B.A., Biology, 1973 (Magna Cum Laude)
Medical School Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
D.O., 1978 (Class Rank 2nd)
Internship Rotating Internship
John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital
Stratford New Jersey
1978-79 (Chief Intern)
Residency Internal Medicine
University of Medicine & Dentistry
NJ School of Osteopathic Medicine
John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital
Stratford New Jersey
Fellowship Fellow Gastroenterology
University of Medicine & Dentistry
NJ School of Osteopathic Medicine
Major Affiliate-Kennedy Memorial Hospitals
University Medical Center/Stratford, NewJersey
Board Certification American Osteopathic Board of InternalMedicine
Internal Medicine, 1983
Gastroenterology 1985
New Jersey, #MB36296
Pennsylvania, #CS-4557-L
Professional Honors Fellow, American College of Gastroenterology
Fellow American College of OsteopathicInternists
Professional Organizations:
American Medical Association 
New Jersey Medical Society
New Jersey Association of Osteopathicof Physicians and Surgeons
Atlantic Country Medical Society
American Osteopathic Association
American College of Osteopathic Internists
American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
American Gastroenterology Association
Adminstrative Activties: Past President Gatroenterology Subsection,
American College of Osteopathic Internists
Director, Internship Program
Atlantic City Medical Center
July 1989-1998
Consultant American Osteopathic Boardof Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology Certification 1983-1992
Academic Appointment: Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, 
University of Medicine & Dentistry
New Jersey School of Osteopathic Medicine
Stratford, NJ

Lonny S. Jarrett
PO 1093
Stockbridge, MA

Traditional Acupuncture Institute, Columbia MD, 21044.
Certificate of Competence in Traditional Acupuncture, 1986.
Master of Acupuncture (M.Ac.) Awarded in 1989.

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 48104.
Master of Science-Neurobiology, 1983.

Hampshire College, Amherst MA, 01002.
Bachelor of Arts-Biology/Psychology, 1980.

10/85-Present; Traditional Acupuncture Practice 40 hrs/week.

8/83-5/84 Senior Research Technician, Otolaryngology, Kennedy Center,Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY 10461.

5/80-6/81; Research Assistant, Zoology, University of Massachusetts,Amherst, MA 01002.

6/79-1/80; Research Assistant, Department of Neuroscience, Kennedy Center,Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY 10461.

Guest Lecturer at: Eastern School of Acupuncture, Oregan College ofOriental Medicine, New England School of Acupuncture, Southwest AcupunctureCollege, Traditional Acupuncture Institute, Tristate Institute of Acupunctureand Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Academy ofFive Element Acupuncture.

“A Neural Interpretation of Acupuncture”, Neuroscience seminar, Universityof
Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1983, & Traditional Acupuncture Foundation:Second

“Theoretical Foundations of Chinese  Medicine”, Traditional AcupunctureInstitute, yearly: 1986-1996.-Guest lecturer and Continuing education classes.

“Trigger Point Research”, Guest lecturer, Acadamey of Myotherapy andPhysical Fitness, Lenox, Ma,  1986-1989.
Keynote speaker, Maryland Acupuncture Society yearly meeting, 1991.
Speaker, Annuual meeting of the Acupuncture Society of New York, ‘94.
Speaker, Annuual meeting of the Acupuncture Society of New York, ‘95.
Speaker, Meeting of the National Alliance of Acupuncture and Oriental
Medicine, 5/95, 5/99
Speaker, Atlantic Symposium 1994.
Speaker, Pacific Symposium 1999.
Taught regular pulse seminars on behalf of Dr. Leon Hammer 1994-1995
Keynote Speaker, Graduation address, Traditional Acupuncture Institute,Fall,
Many ongoing national and international workshops continuing to thepresent.

1976-present; Earned fourth degree master level certification in theKorean martial art Tae Kwon Do.

1986-2002 Taught martial arts at Kripalu Yoga Institute in Lenox, MA.

1992 – Organized a free treatment program with Arlo Guthrie for AIDSand HIV positive people residing in Berkshire county.

1989 – present; Taught self to read Chinese.

1993 Treasurer and founding board member of the Acupuncture  Societyof Massachusetts.

1994 First accredited teacher of pulse diagnosis for Dr. Leon Hammer.

1993 Elected as a Fellow of the National Academy of Acupuncture andOriental Medicine.

1) Jarrett, LS: Nourishing Destiny: The Inner Tradition of ChineseMedicine,
    Spirit Path Press, Stockbridge, 1999
2) Contributed part of a chapter to: Teagaurden, I: The Complete Bookof
    Acupressure, Japan Publications, Japan, 1996
3) Contributed case study to:  Contemporary Chinese Medicine andAcupuncture,
    Churchill Livingston. Philidelphia, 2002.
4) Jarrett, LS: The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine, Spirit PathPress,
    Stockbridge, 2003

Neurosciences and genetics:
Model, P.G., Jarrett, L.S., and Bonazzoli, R., Cellular Contact BetweenHindbrain and Prospective Ear During Inductive Interaction in the AxolotylEmbryo, J. Embryol. Exp. Morphol., Vol. 66, pp. 27-41, 1981.

Woodcock, C.L.F., and Jarrett, L.S., Packing of Neucleosomes in the25nm Chromatin Fiber. J. Cell. Biol., 91 (2): A57, 1981.

Vanderwater, T., and Jarrett, L.S., Induction of the Auditory Placodein Mouse and Chick.

1993- Picture of DNA was published in the Proceedings of the NationalAcademy of Sciences.

Chinese Medicine: Professional Journals

The Holographic Paradigm and Acupuncture, Journal of Traditional Acupuncture,Vol.8 #2, 1985.

Myth and Meaning in  Chinese Medicine, Traditional AcupunctureSociety Journal, England, No.11, April ’92, P.45-48.

The Role of Human will (zhi), and the Spirit of Bladder-52, AmericanJournal of Acupuncture, ’92, 20(4): 349-359

The Returned Spirit (gui ling) of Traditional Chinese Medicine, TraditionalAcupuncture Society Journal, England, V. 12, Oct. ’92.

Constitutional Type and the Internal Tradition of Chinese Medicine-PartI: The Ontogeny of Life, American Journal of Acupuncture, 21(1), March.1993

Constitutional Type and the Internal Tradition of Chinese Medicine-PartII: The Ever Present Cause, American Journal of Acupuncture, 21(2), June,1993

Standardization Vs. Diversity: A Current Dilemma for Chinese medicine,Journal of Traditional Acupuncture, Spring, ’93

The Loss and Return of Original Nature: The Law of Husband/Wife, AmericanJournal of Acupuncture, 22(1), March, 1994

The use of entry and exit points in traditional acupuncture, The Journalof the National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Vol.1 #1,12/94.

Treating Betrayal of Intimacy with Chinese Medicine Part I, AmericanJournal of Acupuncture, Vol. #23, #1, 1995, P. 35-51.

Treating Betrayal of Intimacy with Chinese Medicine Part II, AmericanJournal of Acupuncture-In press Vol. #23, #2,1995

Treating Betrayal of Intimacy with Chinese Medicine Part III: Case Studies,American Journal of Acupuncture-In press, Vol. #23, #3, 1995

Niu Huang Ching Xin Wan, Kanpo News Letter,,1996.

Sheng Mai San, Golden FLower Chinese Herbs, in Press, 1999.

Felicity Moir MSc, BAc, CAc (China), Dip CHM, MBAcC, Hon MRCHM

I gained my BSc from Auckland University and my initial TCM acupuncturetraining was at the International College of Oriental Medicine graduatingin 1980. I subsequently attended various courses in China and studied Chineseherbal medicine with Ted Kaptchuk in 1986. I was one of the founders ofthe London School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I amnow a principal lecturer in the School of Integrated Health at the Universityof Westminster and course leader for TCM.

Since 1995 I have been primarily involved in the development of professionaltraining in a University setting as a way of supporting the professionalisationof our medicine.  In 1996 we gained validation of a BSc (Hons) TCM:Acupuncture and in 2000 we validated a Diploma and Postgraduate Diplomain Chinese Herbal Medicine and a Diploma in Qigong Tuina. Together thesecourses cover the main tenets of TCM education.

In developing the CHM programmes the course team worked to the requirementsof the new curriculum of the EHPA. The rationale of the professional trainingin CHM is that there are two distinct learning methods needed for professionalentry. The first is a basic training in classic formulae and western sciencesthat is best learned through an undergraduate structure re learning outcomesand assessment criteria. The second is a development from that which isthe individualisation of formulae to meet the specific needs of the patientwhich is best learned through a postgraduate structure of research andpersonal reflection. This also requires an overall picture of the political,cultural and legal context of professional practice. 

I have just completed my MSc in Interprofessional Practice. The titleof my dissertation was ‘An Exploration of my Clinical teaching Using aReflective Method to Illuminate my Personal Knowledge of Teaching AdultStudents’. I see reflection as an ethically necessary method for all teachersand an important research tool for practitioners to conduct research intotheir practice.

Honarary membership gives me a more official status to speak on behalfof CHM. Through being kept in the loop of developments in CHM I can beproactive in developing and changing the courses.

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