Desires a resident position in the Bastyr University Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Residency Program. Able to be effective in a practice of any size. Draw on experience with a range of patient issues, including additional work in women and children’s care. Interested in health education for homeless. Strong desire to contribute to the success of a program through an ability to initiate and maintain relationships. Creative developer and presenter of educational information.
Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine,
Graduating June 2003
Bastyr University, Kenmore, WA 1999 – 2003
- Completing an accredited program of coursework and supervised practice in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Extensive exposure to issues involving women and children.
- Assisted the primary investigator in a double blind, randomized controlled trail conducted at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health that evaluated the effectiveness of Chinese herbs towards the control of Diabetes Mellitus in post-menopausal women. Co-authored the research report that has been submitted for publication to the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Bachelor of Science, Zoology
Miami University, Oxford, OH 1991 - 1995
- Participated in a community service project to increase citizen participation in a clean up campaign.
- Served as project leader in a fund raising project sponsored by the University Student Council towards helping homeless youths’ return back to school.
Bastyr University, Kenmore, WA 1999-present
- Assists professor in the Anatomy & Physiology class.
- Answers questions and demonstrate as needed.
Kenmore Youth Ministry, Kenmore, WA 2000-2001
Camp Group Leader
- Participated in community youth group activities.
- Developed activity programs now utilized by the youth ministry in helping children improve reading skills.
Franciscan Care Center Nursing Home,
Seattle, WA 1999 - 2000
Volunteer Recreation Worker
- Provided social support to patients by reading to them, writing letters, and visiting with them.
- Formed friendships which enriched lives of patients