DAOM Faculty

Johanna C. Yen, MD (China), AP., President Emeritis (FL Lic AP #0000200);
Dr. Yen previously served on the Florida State Board of Acupuncture and was named Educator of the Year in 2003 by the American Association of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. She is a renowned TCM expert in gynecology and obstetrics.   She teaches TCM Gynecology. She is an academic advisor and Capstone advisor.

Di Fu, Ph.D., MD (China), AP, President (FL Lic AP #0000595);
In addition to his academic roles and responsibilities within ATOM, Doctor Fu Di also serves as an adjunct professor teaching acupuncture at the University of Miami and maintains a private practice. He teaches TCM Rheumatology.  TCM Gynecology and TCM Neuro-immunology and Neuroendocrinology.

Philip Lee, DAOM, A.P. (FL Lic. AP#27058)
Philip Lee earned his BS from the University of Miami in 2004.  Philip earned his Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2014 and his Doctorate of Oriental Medicine from Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2017.   He continued his studies in TCM at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine through 2021.   Philip is the Assistant Director of the DAOM program along with teaching a variety of Acupuncture related courses.

Guang (Harry) Hong, Ph.D. (China), DAOM Clinical Director (FL Lic AP #0003154);
Dr. Hong possesses a Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and earned his MD degree in China. He has also conducted medical research and is a recognized expert in immune dysfunctions and energy imbalance disorders, specializing in treating allergies, asthma, autism and autoimmune diseases with energetic therapies such as meridian testing, allergy desensitization, homeopathy, Chinese Medicine and Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy.   He teaches TCM Psychology.

Dong Hua, MD (China), DAOM, AP, MBA, (FL Lic AP #0002225);
Dong Hua received his Medical degree at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China in 1993. His areas of expertise include TCM Diagnosis, Acupuncture Techniques and Tui NA. He has also been treating patients and supervising students in clinic settings since 1993. In 1997, Dr. Hua developed and implemented the first academic Tui Na program in Tel-Aviv, Israel. He earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) at Northwestern University in 2002. In addition to his business knowledge, he has a good command of Hebrew. He now teaches basic theory, internal and external medicine of TCM at ATOM.   He is an academic advisor and Capstone advisor.

Kevin D. Clark, DAOM, AP (FL Lic. AP#0000424);
Kevin D. Clark, A.P. graduated from the Community School of Traditional Chinese Healthcare in 1991. Prior to enrolling in school he apprenticed under Daniel Achison-Nevel and Andrew Ellis here in the United States for two years with emphasis on Chinese herbal medicine, topical herbal medicine and food therapy. He founded the Community School of Traditional Chinese Healthcare, the Community Clinic and Tong Ren Herbs, Inc.. In addition, the school operated the South Shore Acupuncture Clinic funded by Ryan White at South Shore Hospital as a part of the student clinic. He has taught most aspects of the Chinese medical curriculum and currently maintains his private practice in Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood Florida. He teaches case management courses, classical text courses, Chinese herbology and acupuncture techniques courses for ATOM.   For the DAOM program he is a Capstone Advisor and teaches the elective courses for Case Study.

Tom Corbin, AP, R.T. (Fl Lic AP #0000790);
Tom Corbin is a certified acupuncturist and was trained in both the United States and Nanjing, China. Tom currently teaches and does research in acupuncture with a concentration on auricular medicine. In addition to his position as a registered trainer for the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA), he has also taught auricular medicine for international societies.  Teaches Diagnosis and Treatment Method of Acupuncture.

Selvon Nanan MD, AAFP (FL ME Lic #4555);
Dr. Nanan is a licensed physician board certified in family medicine. Since relocating to South Florida in 1985, he has served in many health networks and hospitals and received multiple awards for patient care and services. Besides teaching Master and Doctoral courses and supervising the ATOM Student Clinics, Dr. Nanan also volunteer for the homeless and practices at the Light of the World Clinic in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.   Dr Nanan supervises Western Clinical Internships for the DAOM program.


Jennifer Brett ND, L.Ac. (CN Lic #000304);
Graduated in 1987 from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine and graduated in 1988 from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture, Dr. Jennifer Brett is the founding director of the University of Bridgeport Acupuncture Institute.  She is currently the chair of two Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM) Committees (CCAOM Distance Learning Committee and CCAOM Research Committee) and a member of the ACCAHC (Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care) Clinical Working Group.   She teaches Research Methodology.

Christine Chang, DAOM (CA Lic. #AC 9140);
Dr. Christine Chang obtained her Master of Traditional Orietnal Medicine in 2001 and received a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from the same institution in 2005.   She has been practicing acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine since then.  Dr. Chang also teaches acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in various schools in California.   She has been a interpreter for Dr. Weichieh Young, a well-known scholar for Master Tungs’s acupuncture for many years.   Dr. Chang teaches Classical Literature of TCM.

Hong Chen MD, PhD. (China), L.Ac. (FL Lic. #AP3112);
Graduated from Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine specializing in integrative medicine and dermatology, Dr. Chen has been teaching and practicing traditional Chinese medicine since 1991 in both China Dermatology.    Dr. Chen teaches TCM Dermatology.

Yemeng Chen Ph.D. (China), L.Ac.  (NY Lic. # 000839);
President of New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dr. Chen serves as a commissioner and secretary on the Accreditation Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM). He has practiced Acupuncture and taught Chinese medicine for over 30 years with more than 40 research papers and books published.   He teaches Neurology I.

Xiaodong Cheng MD (China), Ph.D.;
Dr. Cheng received his Master’s Degree from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, his Ph.D. from Fudan University, school of Medicine and did his Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Institute of Biochemistry and Cellular Biology, Chinese Academy of Science.   Dr. Cheng is a Professor of Immunology, oncology and Traditional Chinese Medicine and Supervisor of M.D., Ph.D. and Post-Doctoral students at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  He has conducted research in both the United States and China on Auto-Immune, Oncology and Cellular and Molecular Biology.   He teaches TCM Immunology and Oncology

Shuzhong Gao MD, PhD (China);
Dr. Shu-Zhong Gao is the Vice President of Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China.  He is very well known both at home and abroad.  Dr. Gao specializes in One Needle Technique from the “Huang Di Nei Jing Ling Shu” (Miraculous Pivot).  Dr. Gao is also an eminent researcher in the field of clinical applications of the Umbilical Therapy.   He teaches Analysis of Classical Works.

Youchang, Hu,MD (China), AP. (FL Lic # AP459);
Dr. Hu obtained his degrees for the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and taught there as an Associated Professor there before coming to the United States.   Dr. Hu is currently an Adjunct Professor at Florida College of Oriental Medicine and has an active private Practice in Daytona Beach, FL.   He teaches TCM Pulmonology.

Ouyang Hui, D.C. (Tx Lic. # DC 11118);
Dr. Hui grew up a TCM medicine family and received his medical degree in 1993 in China, his Texas Acupuncture license in 2004 and Doctor of Chiropractic in 2008 from Texas Chiropractic College.  After moving to the United States in 1999 Dr. Hui conducted extensive acupuncture research as a postdoctoral fell at University of Texas Medical Branch and as research scientist at Transneuronix Research, Inc.

Meixian Jiang, PhD., MD (China); Dr. Jiang serves as a Professor and dissertation advisor in Shuguang Hospital, which is an affiliate of Shanghai TCM University. Dr. Jiang specializes in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.  She teaches TCM Cardiology.

Yonghong Jiang, MD (China);
Dr. Jiang received her medical training from Shandong University of Chinese Medicine.   She also obtained a Master degree from Medical College of Shanghai Jiotong University and a Ph.D. from Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine.  Dr. Jian teaches TCM Pediatrics.

Daniel WY Jiao, DAOM, L.Ac (CA Lic. # AC3343);
Dr. Jiao studied at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.   He received both his Master’s and DAOM degrees from the American Collage of Traditional Chinese Medicine.   Currently he is a Professor and Doctoral Supervisor at Five Branches University and a Professor and DAOM Mentor at the University of East-West Chinese Medicine.  He is the Chief Instructor at the Medical Acupuncture Course at Stanford University Medical Center.  Dr. Jiao has presented several papers on the role of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment of HIV/AIDS.   He teaches TCM Psychology.

Guan-Yuan Jin, MD (China), L.Ac. (WI Lic. 4.55);
Dr. Jin graduated from Zhejiang Medical University in China in 1983.   After coming to the United States in the late 1980’s he finished a post-doctoral fellowship in radiology at Medical College of Wisconsin and practices acupuncture in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.   Dr. Jin has over 50 years of clinical practice and research in both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine.    He has developed a theory of “Acu-Point Reflex Therapy” and published several books and articles.   Dr. Jin teaches applied Acupuncture.

Ming Jin, PhD. (China) (NY Lic. # 000213);
Dr. Jin serves as Vice President of the American Association of TCM and is a member of the Board of Directors of the World Federation of Chinese Medical Societies. She has taught TCM in China and accredited Oriental medicine colleges in the US. She is an expert in acupuncture anesthesia, TCM rehabilitation of breast cancer patients following chemotherapy and the treatment of coronary heart disease and infertility.   She teaches TCM Gynocology.

Sanhua Leng, PT, DPT, CMP, L.Ac (NY Lic.# 003776);
Dr. Leng graduated from Hubei College of Traditional Chinese Medicine with his degree of Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and received his Master of Chinese Medicine degree from Tongji Medical College in China.  He obtained his Doctor of Physical Therapy in Dominican College in New York.  Dr. Leng has been practicing acupuncture and physical therapy in New York since 2012.   He has published numerous books and articles on this theory of counter stimulation therapy for pain.   Dr. Leng teaches TCM Neurology.

Zhongxue Mah, Ph.D. (CA Lic. # AC5805);
Dr. Mah received his degree from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.  Dr. Mah was Deputy Chief Physician at Wang Jing Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medicine.   He is currently Professor and President of the University of Herbal Medicine and Founder of Scholars’ Group on New Classical prescriptions.    His research and experience with herbal medicine has a particular focus on Oncology.  He teaches TCM Oncology.

Zunli Mo, MD (China), Ph.D. (FL Lic.# AP4025);
Dr. Mo is a licensed acupuncture physician in Florida. He graduated from Shanghai University of traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982 and worked in SuGuang hospital which is affiliated university hospital as an internal physician. He obtained his master degree in pharmaceutical science in national institutes of natural sciences, Japan. He obtained his PhD in medical physiology in Kyushu University, Japan. He finished his post doctor training in Rutgers University in 1999.  In 2005, he opened Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine clinic in St Louis. Now he is working in Miami Cancer Institute treating cancer patients in the support center as an acupuncture physician.   Dr. Mo teaches TCM Pulmonology.

Xiaoxiong Shen, Ph.D., L.Ac. (CA Lic. # AC 8507); 
Dr. Shen received his medical degree from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine with a Master’s degree in 1987 and obtained a Ph.D. from Mei University of Japan in 1997.  From 1997 to 2000 Dr. Shen had post-doctoral and research training from various institution in Japan and the United States.   He is a professor at South Baylo University.  Since 2007 Dr. Shen has been practicing Chinese medicine in his own clinic in California where he specializes in treating female disorders.   Dr. Shen teaches TCM Gynecology.

Minyu Sun, MD(China), Ph.D.;
Dr. Sun received her degree from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine with a focus on Pharmacology of Traditional Chinese Medicine.   Dr. Sun is currently and Associate Professor of Hepatology and Oncology at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Associate Chief Physician at Shanghai Hospital.   She teaches TCM Gastroenterology II.

Daiyi Tang PhD, MD (China) (FL Lic. # AP 3103);
Dr. Tang received his medical trainings and degrees from Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences in Beijing. After doing his postdoctoral fellowship in the Eastern Virginia Medical School, he has been teaching and practicing in the United States in various TCM Colleges. Dr. Tang teaches doctoral level courses on treating immunological diseases with integrative medicine.   He teaches TCM Endocrinology.

Haihe Tian MD, PhD (China) (FL Lic.# AP924);
Dr. Tian got his PhD following a worlds famous TCM expert Dong, Jianhua from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Since 1997, Dr. Tian has treated over 100 thousand patients and authored 20 books and more than 40 articles in America. He has lectured internationally on more than 300 occasions.   He teaches TCM Gastroenterology I and II.

Chen Wang MD, PhD (China);
Dr. Wang received his medical education and degrees from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese medicine and is currently the Chief physician in the Nephrology Department of the Affiliated ShuGuang Hospital. Dr. teaches Doctoral level courses on the treatment of various nephropathy with TCM and integrative allopathic medicine.  He teaches TCM Nephrology and Urology.

Guanhu Yang, Ph.D., O.M., L.Ac (OH Lic.# 65.000077);
Dr. Yang did his medical training at Zhejiang University of Chinese medicine and received his Master’s degree from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in China.   He also obtained his Ph.D. in the field of Internal Medicine from Kanazawa Medicial University in Japan.   He worked as a research associate in the Pulmonary Biology division of Childern’s Hospital Medical Center and as professor in SHI Traditional Chinese Acupuncture School in Ohio.  He is widely published in the field of TCM clinical study.    TCM Endrocronology, TCM Virology

Joseph Yang, Ph.D. (CA Lic.# Ac 8606);
Dr. Yang specializes in psychiatry with Bachelor’s, and Master’s degrees in TCM and is a California-licensed acupuncturist. Dr. Yang graduated from Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in 1984, and obtained a Doctor of Medicine degree in Psychiatry from Kobe University in Japan in 1998. Dr. Yang is currently the President of the American Institute of Mental Health in Traditional Chinese Medicine, the deputy director of Chinese Mental Health Professional Committee of the TCM World Federation, and has established a mental health expert studio in China.  Dr. Yang teaches TCM Psychiatry.

Jun Yang, PhD. (China); Dr. Yang serves as Professor and President of Anhui Hospital, which is affiliated to Anhui TCM University. He also serves as a dissertation advisor to Ph.D. students and as a member of the Standing Committee of the China Association of Acupuncture. Dr. Yang specializes in the treatment of neurologic and kinesiology disorders.  He teaches TCM Neurology II.

Wei-Chieh Young MD, PhD, L.Ac. (CA Lic.# AC781)
Dr. Young received his Doctorate degree in Medicine at Beijing TCM University and Ph.D. in Philosophy at Beijing University, and Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine from Samra University of OM after decades of clinical practices, and learning from master-level doctors. He was the disciple of Dr. Liu Du Zhou and Dr. Zhu Bo-Kun, the world’s leading authority in Shang Han Lun and in I-Ching respectively. He teaches Classical TCM Literature II.

Jian’Er Yu, MD (China);
Graduated from Shanghai University of TCM, Dr. Yu is currently the president of the Pediatric Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine Academy, as well as the chief pediatrician at Shanghai Municipal Hospital of TCM. Well published in research and clinical journals, Dr. Yu teaches doctoral level courses on TCM Pediatrics.

Baixiao Zhao, PhD, MD (China);
Dr. Zhao got his medical training from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and currently serves as the dean of School of Acupuncture Moxibustion and TuiNa affiliated to the University. He is also serving as the Chairman of the Auricular Acupuncture Committee, China Society of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Dr. Zhao taught doctoral courses on TCM Internal Medicine and Acupuncture Researches.   He teaches Functional Neurology and Therapeutic Manipulations.

Rongyao Zhou, MD (China);
Dr. Zhou obtained his medical degrees from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is currently the Vice Chairman of the Oncology Branch of the TCM Committee in Shanghai. Having over 30 years of clinical and research experience, Dr. Zhou teaches specialized Doctoral level courses on Oncology in ATOM.  He teaches TCM Neuro-immunology & Neuroendocrinology I.

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