Our Faculty

Dongxin Ma, PhD, MD (China), LAc

Department of Herbal Studies

Phd, Beijing University of TCM, 1997
MMed, Heilongjiang University of TCM, 1993
BMed, Heilongjiang University of TCM, 1990

Dongxin Ma practiced Oriental medicine and taught foreign students in China for more than eight years before coming to the United States. An expert in both acupuncture and Chinese herbs, Ma has published research papers and books, and has presented at several international conferences. He maintains an active clinical practice where he specializes in treating women’s disorders skin diseases, and pain management. Ma has been on faculty at AOMA since 1999, becoming Director of the Department of Clinical Education. In 2001 he became the Dean of Herbal Studies.

Publications

Dongxin, M. (2001). Research on Shao Nianfang’s No-wind Theory of Stroke. Journal of Emergency in Traditional Chinese Medicine, 10(1).

Dongxin, M. (2000). A Study of Apoptosis and the Expression of P53, P21, and PCNA in Osteosarcoma. U.S. Chinese Journal of Orthopedics, 6(1), 45-47. 

Books

Ma Dongxin, T. (1993). One Thousand Formulas and One Thousand herbs of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Heilongjiang, People’s Republic of China: Heilongjiang Education Press.

Ma Dongxin, t. (1992). Syndromes of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Analysis of 338 Syndromes. Heilongjiang, People’s Republic of China: Heilongjiang Education Press.

Dongxin, M. (1991). AIDS and Its Treatment by Traditional Chinese Medicine. Boulder, Colorado, USA: Blue Poppy Press. 

Presentations

Dongxin, M. (2004). Herbal Treatment of Women’s Infertility and Endocrine Disorders. Paper presented at the Southwest Symposium, Austin, TX USA.

Dongxin, M. (2001). Treating Menstrual Problems with Traditional Chinese Herbs. Paper presented at the Southwest Symposium, Austin, TX, USA.

Dongxin, M. (1993). Essentials of Traditional Chinese Medicine Theories on Longevity. Paper presented at the International Traditional Chinese Medicine Longevity Symposium, Harbin, China

Dongxin, M. (1993). The Relation between Traditional Chinese Medicine Syndromes Differentiation of Stroke, CT, and Blood Rheology Diagnosis. Paper presented at the International Traditional Chinese Medicine Longevity Symposium, Harbin, China