Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH)
Dr. Zhu currently teaches the following courses at MUIH.
1. Clinical Anatomy of Acupuncture, ISci 640
The textbook: Surface Anatomy of Acupuncture, by Heming Zhu, etc.
For ACU tracks since September 2010:
By Heming Zhu, Kimberly Duncan and Patty Owen
This workbook has been used by the ACU September 2010 and January 2011. It contains Clinical Anatomy and Surface Anatomy of Acupuncture. This course is to prepare students for the study of the acupuncture point location, to help students understand the anatomical safety of needling and physiology, pathology, diagnosis and treatment.
For ACU January 2009, September 2009, January 2010:
By Heming Zhu and Kimberly Duncan
This workbook has been used by the above classes. It contains Gross Anatomy and Physiology (A&P), Clinical Anatomy and Surface Anatomy of Acupuncture.
Acknowledgement: Thanks to Serenity for proofreading and editing.
2. Integrative Science of Acupuncture, ISci 636
Scientific foundations of acupuncture in the conventional medicine and Chinese medicine, for example, acupuncture and analgesia, Meridians and acupoints, mechanisms of acupuncture effect.
3. Physical Assessment, ISci 652
It teaches the physical assessment of conventional medicine for acupuncture and Chinese medicine students. It includes history taking and physical examination that meets the requirements in NCCAOM exams.
4. Biomedicine: Integration with Chinese Medicine, ISci 758
It covers etiology, pathophysiology, manifestation, diagnosis, patterns and treatment principle of common diseases and symptoms in the way of integration of conventional medicine and Chinese medicine.
Dr. Zhu has taught the following courses before:
1. Introduction to Chinese Language and Medical Classics, ACU 614
By Heming Zhu, Margaret Beatty and Edna Bradt.
It covers Chinese characters, calligraphy, Pinyin, chapter 8 of Huangdi Neijing, and 100 commonly used Chinese Characters in Acupuncture.
2. Cell and Experimental Biology of Acupuncture, ISci 625
It covers Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Experimental Biology of Acupuncture. It is the integration of Cell Biology and Chinese Medicine, and of modern research and Acupuncture.
3. Neuroscience of Acupuncture, ISci 743
It covers neuroanatomy, neurotransmitters, sensory and motor systems, limbic system, autonomic system, cognitive function, and common neurological, mental and emotional dysfunctions.
4. Research in Chinese Medicine, ISci 733
It covers design of research projects, reading published research articles, searching interesting literatures and designing your own projects.
Harmony © Education Programs
Moxibustion Therapy workshop
Techniques of Needling and Safety workshop
Cupping Therapy workshop
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