Please join us for our 2019 DSOM Capstone presentations
June 8 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in Mitchell Hall (Rm 310) in the Academic Building. Food and beverages available to those who RSVP by emailing Jennifer Peterson.
Capstone presentations offer our community the opportunity to learn from our doctoral students in the classical Chinese medicine program as they engage a particular research project. The presentations culminate the DSOM degree and offer students an opportunity to share their inquiry with their professional community. The topics contribute to the proliferation of classical Chinese medicine and support the professional growth of our students. Please join us for an interesting day, and support our DSOM students in the process.
|10-10:15 a.m.||Opening remarks|
|10:15-10:43 a.m.||Will Freeman||The Importance of Story in Chinese Medicine: A Symbolic Study of the Eight Extraordinary Vessels|
|10:45-11:13 a.m.||Melinda Wheeler||Borderlands and Boundaries: An Exploration of Relation and Reciprocity in Postcolonial Society Through the Lens of the Six Conformations|
|11:30-11:57 a.m.||Jie Yan||Classical Exploration of Tan Yin in Jingui Yaolue: Definition, Categorization, and Treatment|
|Noon-12:27 p.m.||Wencong Xie||Guizhi Tang: Classical Texts Study and Modern Clinical Applications|
|1:30-1:57 p.m.||Serena Whitridge||An Exploration on Maps of the Body|
|2-2:27 p.m.||Levi Korai||Sanjiao and Interstitium: Redefining the Internal Landscape|
|2:30-2:57 p.m.||Justin Gere||Chinese Medicine, Ayahuasca, and the Heart-Path of the Upper-Level Physician|