AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine



The rigorous acupuncture and oriental medicine curriculum at AOMA is combined with clinical rotations that integrate all aspects of the training. AOMA is committed to the success of our students and has gathered together a team of world-class faculty dedicated to creating a meaningful educational experience for our students. The faculty are here to share their knowledge and expertise to assist students to help, heal, and transform the lives of their patients. To assure that our students receive the best education possible, the academic program is overseen by Yuxin He, MD, PhD (China), Dean of Academics; Qianzhi Wu, MD (China), Vice President of Faculty; Lesley Hamilton, MAcOM Program Director; and John Finnell, DAOM Program Director.

yuxin he acupuncture school faculty

Yuxin He, LAc, PhD, MD (China)
Dean of Academics
DMed, Liaoning College of TCM, 1994
MMed, Nanjing University of TCM, 1989
BMed, Jiangxi College of TCM, 1986 Read Yuxin He's bio  



qianzhi wu acupuncture school faculty

Qianzhi (Jamie) Wu, LAc, MD (China)
Vice President of Faculty
MMed, Chengdu University of TCM, 1985
BMed, Lu Zhou Medical College, 1982
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lesley hamilton, acupuncture school faculty

Lesley Hamilton, LAc, MSOM, MACM
MAcOM Program Director, Director of Clinical Education
MACM, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, 2011,
MSOM, AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, 2002,
BS, University of Wisconsin, 1979.
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john s finnell acupuncture school faculty

John S. Finnell, ND, MPH, LAc
DAOM Program Director, Clinical Research Scientist
ND, Bastyr University, 2008
MSAOM, Bastyr University, 2008
MPH, University of Washington, 2012
MS, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1998
BA, Austin College 1995
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