Dr. Yuan Wang earned her Bachelor’s of Medicine from Chengdu College of TCM in 1983 and her Master’s from Tianjin Institute of TCM. During her time at Chengdu, Dr. Wang was a lecturer, researcher and physician-in charge for the Departments of Medicine, Kidney Diseases, Digestive Diseases, and the Research Institute of Blood Diseases at the Chengdu TCM Hospital. She also participated on research teams investigating stroke, cancer, diabetes, and menstrual disorders. In addition, she helped design course curricula and textbooks for the Chengdu College of TCM. In 1995, she moved to the United States. In 1997, she began teaching at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine, where she worked for five years. She is the author of the following articles: Etiology and Pathology of TCM, 1986, Peoples’ Press of Public Health, Beijing, China; Studies and Test Skills of TCM, a series of articles, 1987-1989. She also joined the editorial board of Great China Encyclopedia, Column of Medicine, 1989-1995.
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