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Dr Anne-marie Boxall, who is trained as a physiotherapist, has worked in the public and private sectors for more than 10 years. She holds a Master of Public Health (Hons) and PhD in health policy, and recently completed a Harkness Fellowship in Healthcare Policy and Practice in the United States.
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Jenny Cheng is the Director of the Listing Compliance Section (LCS) in the Complementary and OTC medicines Branch. The LCS performs the post-market compliance education, monitoring, auditing and enforcement of listed medicines.
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Kim Gatenby has been treating fertility patients for the past 16 years since graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Science in TCM. She also has a Master of Reproductive Medicine and likes to combine the two forms of healthcare to support her patients with up to date reproductive knowledge and time honoured TCM treatments. Her clinic, Sydney Natural Fertility, is based in Sydney, Australia.

Alicia Ye was born and raised in Shanghai, China. She obtained her Bachelor Degree of Medicine from Shanghai University of TCM in 2005 and her Master Degree in Public Health from Lund University, Sweden in 2010.
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Daniel spent close to a decade working and studying in China, receiving his Bachelor’s degree from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. During this time he had the opportunity to train in depth with many eminent physicians including Wang Ju Yi and Andrew Nugent-Head. He is an inner door disciple of the Zhang Ce lineage of Tai Chi Tong Bei and a 24th Generation Disciple of the Daoist Wudang Pure Yang Sect.

Mark Gearing has been practicing Chinese Medicine in Australia for 24 years. He has been learning from Dr Huang Huang for over 14 years. He is currently Professor Huang Huang’s PhD student. Since 2013 Mark has been organizing study tours to Dr Huang’s clinic in Nanjing.
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Master Zhongxian Wu was born on China’s eastern shore in the city of Wenlin in Zhejiang Province, where the sun’s rays first touch the Chinese mainland.  He began practicing Qigong, calligraphy, and Taiji at an early age. Inspired by the immediate strengthening effects of this practice, Master Wu committed himself to the life-long pursuit of the ancient arts of internal cultivation.
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Dr. Meng graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 1983 and moved on to qualify as a medical doctor and a Chinese medicine doctor. He gained his research degree of Medical Master (China’s equivalent of PhD in medicine) in Beijing. He was a senior academic in the 1990’s at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
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Weixiang Wang, PhD, former lecturer and  present guest professor of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China. He moved to the Netherlands in 2003 and have stared his TCM practice and education career there since then. More

Claudia Citkovitz, PhD, L.Ac. is one of the foremost authorities on Acupuncture treatment for women during Labor and Delivery as well as patients recovering from Stroke.

Claudia Citkovitz began her Chinese Medicine studies in 1997, assisting in the practice of Tom Bisio while attending Pacific and Tri-State Colleges. She also studied at the Beijing Language and Cultural Institute in China.
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Eric Brand is a Chinese medicine practitioner with a passion for materia medica and herbal quality discernment. After graduating from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2003, Eric spent over a decade pursuing academic and clinical opportunities in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and mainland China. He earned his PhD at the School of Chinese Medicine at Hong Kong Baptist University with a focus on Chinese herbal pharmacy, and he serves as a TCM advisor to the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia.
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Adjunct Professor Danforn Lim is the Chair of the Chinese Medicine Board. Professor Lim is a Chinese medicine practitioner (in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine Divisions) and a medical practitioner practising in New South Wales. He holds adjunct professorships at both the University of Technology Sydney and Western Sydney University. More

Stemming from a lifelong love of sport, fitness and helping athletes with sporting injuries, Terry Hitzke designed and lectured the first postgraduate diploma of Sports Injuries Management in Australia at the Brisbane College of Traditional Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from 1987-1991.
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Dr John McDonald, PhD, began studying acupuncture 51 years ago and has been teaching, practising, researching and writing ever since. Dr McDonald completed his PhD research on acupuncture for allergic rhinitis in the School of Medicine at Griffith University where he was an Adjunct Senior Lecturer from 2007-2020.
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David Hartmann lives in Brisbane, Australia and has been practicing acupuncture since 1997. He is also Module Leader for Chinese Classics at the Northern College of Acupuncture (York, UK), which is part of an online MSc of Advanced Oriental Medicine (Research and Practice).
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Raf Nathan has been practicing for 17 years using traditional style acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and colour light therapy. He works primarily in open and community style clinics and has experience as a lecturer in Chinese medicine.
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Michael Brown is a scholar-physician currently residing in Brisbane, Australia. He is the translator of Explanations of Channels and Points (Vol 1 & 2), editor of Complete Compendium of Jingyue Vol 1-3 and An Archelogy of the Qiao Vessels. He focuses on the classics of the medicine and their integration into modern clinic.

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