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Violet Song, PhD

Yaoping 'Violet' Song, LAc, PhD
Department of Herbal Studies
PhD, Chengdu University of TCM, 2007
MS, Chengdu University of TCM, 2004
BA, Chengdu University of TCM, 2001

Prior to beginning her employment with AOMA, Dr. Song worked as an instructor at Chengdu University, lecturing on the science of TCM prescriptions & TCM herbology since 2005 and on TCM pharmacology since 2002. She has participated in research studies investigating the compatibility, pharmacology, and toxicology of TCM formulas and Chinese ethnic medicine, including Tibetan medicinal herbs. She has also participated in research grants from the National Science Foundation of China. Song has been on faculty at AOMA since 2008.

Research areas: Traditional Chinese medicine herbal formulas, Tibetan medicinal herbs

Presentations:
September 10th, 2010  University of Texas at Austin Pharmacy College
November 6th, 2009    East West Forum-Stress & Anxiety
February 2nd, 2009    Texas Tech School of Pharmacy

Publications:
1. "Discussions on the Multi-dimensional Formula-Syndrome", Correspondence of Traditional Chinese Medicine Journal of New Chinese Medicine. 2007,39(2):6-7

2. "Overview of Modern Research Methods of Formula's Function and Dosage Association", Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine . 2006, 33(10):1256-1257

3. "Research on the Association of Couplet Medicines Dosage", Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  2006,Vol.33(9):1095-1096

4. "Application of KDD in Compatibility Rules of Couplet Medicines", Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  2006,Vol.33(7): 773-774

5. "The Significance of the Analysis for Characteristic-Indication". Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine . 2006, 33(10): 1269-1270

6. "Determining the Function of Prescription According to Herb Virtue by A Reduce Method of High Dimensions", ACTA UNIVERSITATIS TRADITIONIS MEDICALIS SINENSIS PHARMACOLOGIAEQUE SHANGHAI. 2006,20(1): 54-56