Dr. Jing Liu MD
Dr. Jing Liu received a his PHD from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. He is also a licensed Acupuncturist and Certified Herbalist in MA. He is a medical doctor at Bethune University of Medicine and Sciences.
He has received Research Fellowship at Harvard University Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital for 15 years, and the Research Fellowship at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey for 10 years.
He is an author of many publications in the discipline of traditional Chinese medicine research. He is also a founder of Dao Yin Health Society, a non-profit organization introducing a form of exercise with accordance to TCM health philosophy.
Dr. Kris Yang L.AC.
Dr. Kris Yang received a M.S. degree of Biological Sciences from National Taiwan University. He then obtained an MBA degree and a Doctor degree of Oriental Medicine when he came to the States.
He is a Certified Nutrition Specialist and a licensed Acupuncturist in California. He is also a member of National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Dr. Yang has been practiced traditional Chinese medicine since 1984. He is an author of “The Handbook of Chinese Herbal Formulas” and “Methods of Using Concentrated Herbal Granules”. He is also actively involved in Rife Therapy Research and Application Project.
Dr. Zora DeGrandpreDr. Zora DeGrandpre is a licensed naturopathic physician with a background in clinical and basic science research. Her original training was as an organic chemist, specializing in drug design.
Her BS, from SUNY at Buffalo, is in Medicinal Chemistry. Dr DeGrandpre received her Master's degree from Roswell Park Cancer Institute where her research focused on cancer immunology. Later, as a PhD candidate, she examined the idiotypic relationships involved in the regulation of T-suppressor cells, a type of regulatory immune cell. She has published textbooks in botanical medicine, drug-herb interactions, the treatment of alcoholism and addiction, homeopathy and other topics. Dr DeGrandpre is also a writer and editor for academia, writing scientific grants and curricula for Integrative Medicine programs and for continuing medical education programs.
She also writes for industry and the public, writing articles and monographs on various supplements, providing well-researched and documented information for both professionals and non-professionals on various medical conditions, herbal medicines and supplements. She also writes and lectures on various topics, including diets to treat and prevent chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes; the use of bio-identical hormones; women’s health; mind-body medicine and naturopathic approaches to the treatment of addictions.