AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine

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Clinical Supervisors

Elizabeth Fordyce, MS, LAc
MSOM, Southwest Acupuncture College, 1993
BS, University of Puget Sound, 1980
Elizabeth Fordyce worked as an emergency medical technician for the Pecos Ambulance Company and the Santa Fe Ski Patrol from 1987 to 1992. She has completed extensive post-graduate studies in the Tan Balance Method and Master Tung’s points. Fordyce has practiced as a licensed acupuncturist and registered massage therapist for over 15 years. Fordyce taught as a visitor professor at the Acupuncture Institute of Ananda Nagar, West Bengal, India. She has served as clinical supervisor at AOMA since 2004.

Robert Laguna, LAc, MSOM
Dean of Students
MSOM, AOMA, 1997
BA, Southwest Texas State University, 1987
Robert Laguna holds a teaching certificate in Texas and has over ten years of experience teaching in the Texas public school system. In 1998, he was part of an acupuncture brigade that brought relief and education to medical personnel in Honduras in the wake of Hurricane Mitch. His experience includes the treatment of patients with chemical dependencies as well as working in family practice clinics alongside Western physicians. Laguna has served as dean of students and clinical supervisor at AOMA since 2000.

Kimberly Landgraf, LAc, MAcOM
MAcOM, AOMA, 2006
BA, University of Texas, Austin, 1992
Kimberly Landgraf was raised in Taipei, Taiwan before moving to Austin to attend The University of Texas. She completed her master’s degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine in 2006. As the owner of Crimson Lotus Healing Arts in Austin, TX, she has many years of clinical experience providing treatment for a broad variety of health and beauty issues ranging from stress and pain management to internal medicine. Additionally, she is a licensed Reiki practitioner with training in the Usui/Tibetan lineage, and additional experience in the Sufi tradition of hands-on healing. Kimberly supervises student interns within People’s Community Clinic and is fluent in Spanish.

Mandy Morrow, LA c, MSOM
MSOM, AOMA, 2002
BA, University of Texas at Austin, 1993
After earning her Master’s of Science in Oriental Medicine at AOMA, Morrow completed extensive training in Japanese palpation style acupuncture. She brings a comprehensive clinical understanding and experience in Chinese herb/drug interaction, functional blood analysis, neurotransmitters, and endocrinology to the clinic as a practitioner and supervisor. She is both owner of and practitioner for Ancient Wisdom Acupuncture in Austin, TX. Raised in Mexico City, Morrow is a fluent Spanish speaker and offers bilingual treatments.

Zimei Pan, LAc, MSOM
MSOM, AOMA, 2000
MA, Heilongjiang University, 1996
Zimei Pan was an instructor at Southeast University in Nanjing and did research work both in translation and teaching at the Teaching Hospital of Heilongjiang University of TCM in Heilongjiang, China. She’s been dedicated to teaching and clinic practice for more than ten years and has earned an excellent reputation in the field. Pan maintains a private clinical practice in Austin specializing in acupuncture and herbal treatment of women’s diseases, including menstrual problems, infertility, and menopause; as well as special painless needling technique by combination of acupuncture and Shiatsu for the management of pain, sports injury, stress, depression, anxiety, emotional imbalance. Pan has been a clinical supervisor at AOMA since 2002.

Claudia Voyles, LAc
MSOM, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
BA, Psychology, Yale University
Ms. Voyles has trained acupuncturists and addiction and mental health providers in NADA-style treatment methods and has published numerous articles and essays on the subject. Trained primarily in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ms. Voyles often employs Richard Tan's "Balance Method", as well as some Five Element influenced treatments. She earned a BA in Psychology from Yale University and a Master’s degree from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with postgraduate studies in China. She worked as clinician and administrator in the behavioral health field for many years prior to becoming an acupuncturist. She owns Remedy Center for Healing Arts and has been in private practice for ten years. Ms. Voyles is supervising in the North Student Intern Clinic.

Qiao Xu, MD (China), LAc
BMed, University of Liaoning Traditional Chinese Medicine, 1983
Qiao Xu has over 21 years of experience as a teacher and practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine. After receiving her medical degree, Xu pursued postgraduate clinical study at Qinhuangdao Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine and advanced acupuncture and tuina courses at Dalian Health Department. She served as medical doctor at Dalian Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. She has performed extensive research in the field of Chinese medicine, focusing primarily on internal medicine and gynecology. Xu has been a clinical supervisor at AOMA since 2003. She has a private acupuncture practice in Austin.

Zhongling Zhang, LAc, MD (China)
BMed, Beijing College of TCM, 1983
Zhongling Zhang has over 21 years of clinical experience practicing Chinese medicine in China and the United States. In private practice she specializes in the treatment of allergies, insomnia, stress, and depression.