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AACMAC 2018 highly respected speakers

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Dr Qing Huang received her formal training in Chinese medicine and western medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She is a specialist in dermatology with experience and skills in managing many skin conditions with an integrative approach of both traditional and conventional medicines.
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Prof. Caroline Smith is an experienced clinical research and acupuncture practitioner. She brings expertise in relation to acupuncture research and clinical skills in relation to women’s health and reproductive health. She has a background in evidence based research in relation to acupuncture and other complementary therapies and the integration of Chinese medicine and biomedical research protocols, predominately in the areas of women’s health.
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Dr Andrew Nugent-Head arrived in Taiwan in 1986 to study Chinese medicine, martial arts and internal cultivation. He formally began studying Chinese medicine in 1989, founding the Association for Traditional Studies (ATS) to preserve China’s traditional knowledge. Andrew is a renowned Chinese medical practitioner, educator and martial artist.
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Professor Xue has a long history in Chinese medicine. He was the Deputy President, Chinese Medicine Registration Board of Victoria (2009 – 2012). Professor Xue was appointed as Inaugural Chair, Chinese Medicine Board of Australia in July 2011 and reappointed for a second term in July 2014.

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Associate Professor Zaslawski is the director of Chinese medicine program of the School of Life Sciences at University of Technology, Sydney. He has delivered more than 60 presentations at local and international conferences, and published papers in 40 professional and peer-reviewed international journals.

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Associate Professor Tony Zhang has been the Discipline Leader of Chinese Medicine at RMIT University since 2011. He has strong expertise in evidence-based Chinese medicine clinical research and has published more than 80 scientific articles.

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