Portland Business Journal

Oct 23, 2018 — The Portland Business Journal has announced our most recent grant given by the National Institutes of Health to research “how a compound from hops may reduce bowel inflammation.”

NUNM Celebrates AOM DAY

Oct 18, 2018 — 2018 marks the 16th annual Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) Day, established to increase public awareness of the progress, promise and benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Acupuncture and other Chinese medicine modalities are permeating hospitals and Western medicine facilities, welcomed by conventional and naturopathic doctors alike. Patients, MDs and NDs are easing cancer symptoms …

Portland Business Journal

Oct 16, 2018 — The Portland Business Journal announces the National Institutes of Health award of $1M in a clinical research grant to NUNM, OSU & Pacific NW National Lab “for a collaborative integrative clinical research study investigating the potential of a diet-derived therapeutic to target inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and the microbial imbalance contributing to the inflammation in …

Gerald Farnsworth, DC, ND 1928-2018

Oct 15, 2018 — NUNM mourns the loss of Dr. Gerry Farnsworth, dedicated naturopathic physician, a founding member of National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM), and a pioneer in the profession of naturopathic medicine, to which he dedicated his life. Dr. Farnsworth earned his chiropractic degree from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. He then obtained his naturopathic …

Charlee Moore 1928-2018

Oct 10, 2018 — NUNM mourns the loss of Charlee Moore, philanthropist, health advocate, co-founder of Bob’s Red Mill, and beloved wife and mother. Charlee, along with her husband Bob Moore, have been very dear friends to NUNM for many years. She is the namesake of NUNM’s Charlee’s Kitchen, funded by the Moores, where many in the Portland community …

School of Graduate Studies Winter 2019 Electives

Classes are open to all NUNM graduate/doctoral students who meet course prerequisites. Elective credit for ND students is available as listed. First priority for nutrition electives will be given to students enrolled in the MScN program. Master of Science in Ayurveda GSAR 621E Ayurvedic Dietetics (2 credits), MONDAY, 1-3 P.M., RAJURKAR & BASS This course observes …

NIH Awards $1M Clinical Research Grant to NUNM, OSU & Pacific NW National Lab

PORTLAND, Oregon (Oct. 10, 2018) —The National Institutes of Health, through the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), awarded $1 million to Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University (OSU); Helfgott Research Institute at National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM); and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), a U.S. Department of Energy research laboratory …

Should I Go to ND School?

Oct 9, 2018 — If you’re asking this question, it might be because you know that the public is demanding a different medical model. Patients want to be heard by their physicians and they want to be involved and participate in their own health and healing processes. More and more patients are learning about holistic health and lifestyles—and they’re …

Naturopathic Medicine Week 2018

Oct 8, 2018 — The 6th annual Naturopathic Medicine Week (NMW) is a cause for celebration and it’s taking place Oct. 7–13! In 2013, the U.S. Senate unanimously designated a week in October as NMW. “Congress has recognized the important role naturopathic medicine plays in effectively addressing the nation’s health care needs as well as in addressing the increasingly …

John Weeks’ Integrator Blog Announces Dr. Schleich’s Retirement

Sep 24, 2018 — John Weeks highlights David Schleich’s “remarkable contributions to the naturopathic medical profeession’s mothership and to powering the growth of the naturopathic profession in North America. NCNM  is legitimately the field’s mother ship: the school educated the founders of each the profession’s 7 other North American colleges. In his term, Schleich led NCNM to become the multidisciplinary, …