After graduating from medical school (conventional medicine) in China, Dr. Zhu worked as a medical doctor in neurology in the affiliated teaching hospital. Influenced and taught by his grandfather Zhu Qingyu who was a classical Chinese Medicine physician and the 24th generation of Zhuís Chinese Medicine lineage (School of Zhu Danxi, 1281-1358, AD), he performed modern Western medicine integrated with Chinese Medicine. He successfully incorporates the ancient wisdom into the treatment of the modern diseases and specializes in various neurological disorders, chronic illnesses, physical rehabilitation and health preservation. He was trained by his grandfather for 20 years and named the heir of the 25th generation of Zhuís Chinese medicine lineage.
Dr. Zhu studied Five Element Acupuncture and received Master degree of Acupuncture (M.Ac.) from Tai Sophia Institute, Laurel, MD. From here, he has successfully integrated Eastern philosophy into the healing arts of treating whole person in the aspects of body, mind and spirit.
Dr. Zhu passed the exams in 2008 and was awarded the international certificate of Chinese Medicine Doctor (CMD) by World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS).
Dr. Zhu received his PhD of Medicine majoring in Anatomy and Neuroscience from Tongji Medical University, Wuhan, China. He had valuable research in the mechanisms of neurological diseases such as epilepsy, Parkinsonís and Alzheimerís disease. Of his researches, he contributed to address the role of neuro-immuno-endocrine network in the development of neurological disorders. He also was a Scientist studying neuroscience and epigenetics at Laboratory of Cancer Prevention, National Cancer Institute-Frederick/NIH. He received the Award for Research Excellence from NIH in 2007.
Dr. Zhu published more than 20 peer reviewed journal articles and is the author of the book Surface Anatomy of Acupuncture published in 2009. He has been teaching since January 2009 at Maryland University of Integrative Health, Laurel, MD, where he† is currently Professor of Integrative Health Sciences and core faculty. He maintains his private practice in Columbia, MD.
Mingying Zeng, M.D.(China), M.S.(OB/GYN), M.S.(IT)
Senior Clinic Trial Specialist and Database Manager, Johns Hopkins University Hospital
Dr. Mingying graduated from medical school (conventional Western Medicine) in China and worked as a medical doctor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN), in Department of Integrative OB/GYN Medicine, Tongji Medical University Hospital, Wuhan and Tiantan Hospital, Bejing, China for 15 years. She was an Associate Chief-Doctor before she left China for the USA. In her practice, she specialized in the treatment of womenís diseases such as irregular menstruation, painful periods, menopause, infertility, and tumor and so on using Chinese herbs and acupuncture when Western medicine did not take action well. Mingying also received training from Hemingís grandfather, Zhu Qingyu for 12 years which tremendously improved her practice in Chinese medicine.
Dr. Mingying received her Master degree of Computer Information System from Southern University, New Orleans, USA in 2002 and then worked as a Clinical Trial Specialist and Database Manager with Pulmonary Oncology, Johns Hopkins University Hospital, Baltimore, USA. One of clinical trials is measurement of electrical activity at acupuncture points using the newly-developed instrument by Fresh Medical Laboratory, Salt Lake, UT. The finding is amazing and the results were published by top pulmonary journal Chest in 2012. She is the first specialist appointed by the company and will train more users all around the world.
Dr. Mingying also worked in the acupuncture clinic for one year in 1999 with Dr. Jeffrey Wang who is anesthesiologist and acupuncturist practicing in New Orleans, USA.† She never stopped practicing and studying the essences of Chinese medicine and acupuncture in everyday life. She is an expert in techniques of acupuncture, moxa, cupping, Guasha, and herbal preparation.
Dr. Mingying is the photograph editor in Dr. Heming Zhuís book Surface Anatomy of Acupuncture published in 2009.
Heming Zhu, Ph.D., C.M.D., M.Ac., L. Ac.
Integrative Health Sciences
Maryland University of Integrative Health
Founder and Director, Harmony ACM Center
Dr. Zhu is an acupuncturist, teacher and scientist. He has practiced, taught and researched modern conventional medicine and traditional Chinese medicine for 28 years.
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