Daniel Altschuler, Ph.D. (China), L.Ac. studied and taught Chinese medicine in Taiwan for nearly 15 years, apprenticing under Dr. Lee Chen-Yu. He has an MA (1992) in Asian religions from UCLA and a Ph.D. (2005) in Chinese medicine from Guangzhou Chinese Medical College. His specialties include neuropathy and chronically stubborn diseases. He has authored the translation entitled Neuropathy: Traditional Chinese Herbal Treatment in a Modern Medical Environment. Daniel is an instructor for Chinese medical theory and language and is a clinical supervisor.
Stephen Brown, E.A.M.P.
Stephen Brown, E.A.M.P., graduated from the Japan Central Acupuncture College in 1983. He is licensed in Japan in acupuncture, moxibustion and acupressure. Stephen has written several articles and translated several texts into English from Japanese including Introduction to Meridian Therapy and Finding Effective Acupuncture Points by Denmei Shudo. He is one of the instructors for the Japanese acupuncture courses and supervises in the Japanese acupuncture and shiatsu clinics.
Marguerite Dinkins, M.Ac.O.M., E.A.M.P.
Marguerite Dinkins, M.Ac.O.M., E.A.M.P., received her Master’s degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2000. Since then, she has been in private practice in the Green Lake neighborhood of Seattle. She teaches and supervises students in palpation and tuina.
Yefim Gangoneishvili, L.Ac.
Yefim Gangoneishvili, L.Ac., is a graduate of the San Francisco College of Acupuncture (1991). Yefim teaches point location, channel palpation, and acupuncture techniques, as well as supervising in clinic. He has served on the faculty of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, New York College of Holistic Health Education and Research, and the Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts.
Christina Jackson, L.Ac.
Christina Jackson, L.Ac. supervises student interns utilizing acupuncture and Chinese herbs. She graduated over twenty years ago from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Christina’s focus is women’s health, internal medicine, and fertility.
Joshua Lerner, M.T.C.M., E.A.M.P.
Joshua Lerner, M.T.C.M., E.A.M.P., graduated from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2001. He also received a master's degree in Japanese Literature from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 1994. He has done advanced study in tuina and has a particular interest in the treatment of traumatic injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. Joshua supervises in SIEAM's teaching clinic.
Greg Lewerenz, LMP, RYT, E.A.M.P.
Greg Lewerenz, DAHM, LMP, RYT, E.A.M.P. graduated from the Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2009, and he returned to complete a Doctor of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine degree in 2017. He is a licensed massage therapist, registered Certified Anusara yoga instructor and yoga therapist, and current SIOM doctoral student. In 2017 Greg completed a year-long continuing education training in orthopedic acupuncture with Matthew Callison and is Certified in Sports Medicine Acupuncture. Greg has studied tuina in both China & the USA, and is the owner of Foster Wellness in Seattle.
Craig Mitchell, Ph.D.(China), E.A.M.P.
Craig Mitchell, Ph.D.(China), E.A.M.P., received a Master of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco (1993). Craig completed his PhD from the China Academy of TCM (Beijing) in 2006. He has written numerous articles and translated several Chinese medical texts, including On Cold Damage: Translation and Commentaries. At SIEAM he is a clinic supervisor and teaches classes on herbal medicine and medical Chinese. Craig is currently the President of SIEAM.
Sachiko Nakano, M.AC., E.A.M.P.
Sachiko Nakano, M.AC., E.A.M.P., is a graduate of the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (1995). She is also certified by the Toyohari Acupuncture Association and is currently a Toyohari Program faculty member. She has translated for and studied with some of Japan's prominent practitioners. Sachiko has established outreach clinics for under-served patients. She is a clinical supervisor for our students at the Asian Counseling and Referral Service.
Jason Robertson, E.A.M.P.
Jason Robertson, E.A.M.P., is a graduate of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (2000). He is involved in ongoing post-graduate studies in Beijing with acupuncture specialist, Dr. Wang. In collaboration, they wrote and published Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine (Eastland Press, 2008). Jason maintains a private practice in Seattle. He teaches acupuncture point groups and point location.
Allen Sayigh, M.Ac.O.M., L.Ac.
Allen Sayigh, M.Ac.O.M., L.Ac. graduated from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 1999. A fascination with herbs drew him into the field of Oriental Medicine and he began managing the school dispensary while a student at SIOM. He is presently the herbal dispensary manager for SIEAM as well as at Bastyr University. He teaches courses covering the interactions between pharmaceuticals and herbal therapy.
Susan Scott, E.A.M.P.
Susan Scott, E.A.M.P., has been in private practice in the Seattle area for close to twenty years. She graduated from NIAOM in 1985. She actively utilizes Toyohari acupuncture, Manaka ion-pumping cord techniques, Nogier auricular acupuncture, and cranial sacral assessments in her practice. She also uses the Nogier VAS technique to assist her decisions regarding herbal supplements. Susan teaches Auriculotherapy and supervises in the teaching clinic at SIEAM.
Katherine Taromina, D.A.C.M., L.Ac.
Katherine Taromina, D.A.C.M., L.Ac., will be joining SIOM as the Academic Dean and a clinic supervisor in early 2018. In addition to clinical practice, she has been actively engaged in research related to the use of Chinese medicine and other integrative therapies with adult and pediatric cancer patients. Kathy serves as Chair for the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and is on the Board of Trustees for the Society of Integrative Oncology (SIO). She is a student and assistant for Tom Bisio and an assistant instructor at New York Internal Arts (NYIA) and International Arts International (IAI).
Yiwen Su, M.T.C.M.(China), E.A.M.P.
Yiwen Su, M.T.C.M.(China), E.A.M.P, began his TCM study in 1980 at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, where he earned his Master's degree in Traditional Chinese medicine. After graduation Dr. Su received one year additional clinical training in Dermatology and General Surgery in the Hospital of Sichuan Province. Dr. Su maintains a private practice in Seattle. He teaches classes in internal medicine and dermatology at SIEAM.
Yun Wang, M.D. (China), M.Ac., E.A.M.P.
Yun Wang, M.D. (China), M.Ac., E.A.M.P., received his medical training at the Qingdao Medical College (1978) and supplemented his acupuncture training at the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (1993). He maintains a private practice in Seattle specializing in treatment of musculoskeletal pain, trauma and stroke. Dr. Wang is a supervisor in the clinical training at SIEAM.
Liangxi Zheng, M.T.C.M. (China),E.A.M.P.
Liangxi Zheng, M.T.C.M. (China),E.A.M.P., is a graduate of the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1991). His specialty in China was acupuncture techniques with expertise in scalp acupuncture for treating stroke patients. Liangxi teaches acupuncture techniques and participates in clinical training.