Admissions - Master of Science in Oriental Medicine

Meet Our Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Faculty

Here are three of our faculty members teaching in the MSAc and MSOM programs here at National University.  They are just a sampling of the several dozen professors and instructors in basic and clinical sciences that are part of acupuncture and oriental medicine instruction in our College of Professional Studies. View Faculty Directory »

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Yu Zhu, MD (China), LAc

Dr. Yu Zhu received her MD in China and has worked in China, Sweeden, Israel, and the US. "I love American students. They are free thinking and their minds are very active. In my class, we are very into discussion and debate."

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Hyundo Kim, PhD, LAc

"My goal is to make sure that students have the confidence to operate as a sole practitioner when they graduate. Extensive clinical intern experience and one-to-one access to faculty clinicians are keys to building that confidence."

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Hui Yan Cai, PhD, LAc

In addition to earning her MD in China, Dr. Cai completed two fellowships in biomedicine and earned her PhD in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2004. Dr. Cai teaches several courses at NUHS and travels to other oriental medical colleges across the country to give seminars on women's health and cancer treatment.

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Yihyun Kwon, PhD, DC, LAc

"When you are out there practicing as an acupuncturist or as an oriental medical practitioner, you will have to interact with DCs, NDs and MDs. If you have no access to them while you are in school and don't understand their perspective, you will be at a disadvantage."

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