School of Traditional World Medicines
Administrators of Traditional World Medicines
Lynelle Golden, PhD, Dean
Angela Tseng, DAOM, Chair, Department of Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine
Sara Bayer, DAOM, EAMP, Director of Clinical Education, Department of Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine; Program Director, Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Kathleen Lumiere, DAOM, Research Director, Department of Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine
Angie Jordan, MBA, Program Supervisor
Kerri Tenniswood, Program Coordinator
Bastyr University recognizes many traditional and indigenous approaches to health and well-being that have existed for centuries, including acupuncture and East Asian medicine.
Bastyr University is charting a path toward expanding education in other international healing sciences that have been fulfilling humankind’s medical and wellness needs for millennia. As different world medicines gain popularity in America, the University is uniquely positioned to teach a variety of respected, time-honored healing traditions. In keeping with Bastyr’s mission to transform the well-being of the human community, the school expands existing awareness of how wellness is achieved and maintained while preparing its students to deliver truly comprehensive health care.