Jonathan Daniel, DC, LAc, DiHom
Dr. Daniel has been an instructor at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine since the day it started in March 1999. He has taught numerous courses including Anatomy, Diagnostics and Pathophysiology to name a few and later became Chair of the Oriental Medicine Department. He was the first practitioner and clinical supervisor in the college clinic and continues to serve in that position. He is also a member of the Examination Development Committee in acupuncture for the NCCAOM. Dr. Daniel attended the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco and graduated with an MSTCM in 1992. Since 1999 Dr. Daniel has been studying Homeopathy and became a Fellow of the British Institute of Homeopathy in 2000. Continuing his spirit of public service, after the events at the WTC in New York of September 2001, Dr. Daniel was among the first people to volunteer for the rescue workers as part of a team from PCOM. In 1999 he was a presenter at the Town Hall Meeting of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy in New York City. He has a thriving Traditional Chinese Medicine practice in New York, where he has been in private practice at the Grand Meridian clinic in Chinatown since 1998, and practices Acupuncture in Connecticut.