Dr. Lorraine Wilcox, PhD, is an experienced translator of Chinese medical texts and an accomplished author on various Chinese medicine topics. She completed her PhD in classical Chinese medicine in 2007, writing her dissertation on the use of moxibustion during the Ming Dynasty.
Her published works include Moxibustion: The Power of Mugwort Fire; Moxibustion: A Modern Clinical Handbook; Raising the Dead and Returning Life: Emergency Medicine of the Qing Dynasty; The Great Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Vol. V; and Outline of Female Medicine by Xue Ji (translation), as well as numerous research articles in a variety of professional journals.
In her clinical career, Wilcox served as staff acupuncturist at the Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic in Los Angeles from 1995 to 2005 where she helped to introduce complementary and alternative medicine treatments into HIV care. Wilcox has been teaching Oriental medicine since 1990 and joined the faculty at Emperor’s College in 2010.