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Heiner Fruehauf, Ph.D., L.Ac.

School of Classical Chinese Medicine
National College of Natural Medicine
Portland, OR 97201
503-552-1775

FORMAL EDUCATION

1990-1992 Postdoctoral research in advanced aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chengdu University of
Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology, China

1986-1990 Department of East Asian Languages & Civilizations, University of Chicago (Ph.D. 1990)

1987-1988 Dissertation research, Waseda and Tokyo Universities, Japan

1985-1986 Department of East Asian Languages & Civilizations, University of Chicago (M.A. 1986)

1984-1985 Graduate studies in Chinese Literature & Chinese Medicine, Hamburg University, Germany

1982-84 Studies in Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai, China

1980-1982 Qualifying exams in Sinology, Philosophy, Comparative Literature, Tübingen University, Germany

1980 Student Certificate for deep tissue massage/acupressure, Institute of Postural Integration,
San Francisco, CA

TRADITIONAL DISCIPLESHIP STUDIES

2011- Studies in pulse diagnostics, acupuncture (Tiandao Xie, Ziwu Liuzhu, Linggui Bafa), herbal medicine and
Sun Simiao’s medical ethics with Dr. Wu Sheng’an in Xi’an, successor of the medical lineages of the
imperial physician Zhu Mulin, Li Shaoting (Huang Gongxiu lineage), and Ma Ruiting (Huang Kunzai
lineage).

2005- Studies in Xingli Liaobing Five Element Psychology with Liu Yousheng and Wang Yuanwu (Wang Fengyi
lineage)

1999- Studies in Huangdi neijing theory, Shanghan lun herbalism, the Fire Spirit School of Sichuan herbalism,
Tibetan Buddhism, Five Element Psychology, and medical ethics with Prof. Liu Lihong in Nanning
(Institute for the Clinical Research of Classical Chinese Medicine, Guangxi College of Traditional Chinese
Medicine), successor of the medical lines of the Fire Spirit School (Lu family lineage) and Xingli Liaobing
Five Element Psychology (Wang Fengyi lineage)

1992- Studies in pulse diagnostics and Shanghan lun herbalism with Dr. Zeng Rongxiu in Chengdu, successor of
the medical lineage of Tian Heming

1992- Studies in fingernail diagnostics, facial diagnostics, internal alchemy, Qigong and other aspects of Daoist
medicine with Prof. Wang Qingyu in Chengdu (Sichuan Academy of Cultural History), successor of the
Jinjing Qigong lineage of Li Yunhong

1992- Studies in the theoretical foundations of classical Chinese medicine and Chinese herbal formula science
with Prof. Deng Zhongjia in Chengdu (Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Heiner Fruehauf, Ph.D., L.Ac. – 2011
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Guangxi College of TCM. NCNM 2009 Limelight Award. L. Ph. NCNM 2010 Best Teacher Award. Germany Heiner Fruehauf. for summer quarter research) 2009 The Rick and Ellie Myers Foundation Award (to support scholarship in classical Chinese life science. NCNM 2004 Metamorphosis Award (“Most Transformational Teacher”).R. Department of Classical Chinese Medicine.. School of Classical Chinese Medicine.D. NCNM 2000 Inspiration Award (“Most Inspiring Teacher”). Department of Classical Chinese Medicine. Founding Professor. NCNM 2009 Vollum Family Foundation Award (to support scholarship in classical Chinese life science. German Academic Exchange Service 1981-1982 Cusanuswerk Fellowship. for spring quarter research) 2009 Vollum Family Foundation Award (to support scholarship in classical Chinese life science. The University of Chicago 1987-1988 Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Chinese Studies.Ac. China 2006. NCNM 1991-1992 Postdoctoral China Fellowship. The German Research Fund 1989-1990 Whiting Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Chinese Studies 1985-1989 Century Fellowship. P. NCNM 1992-1994 Assistant Professor. NCNM 1994-2002 Associate Professor and Chair. – 2011 2 . American Council of Learned Societies 1984-1985 Cusanuswerk Fellowship. NCNM AWARDS 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award. for winter quarter research) 2008 Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Award.TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2008. Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation 2008 NCNM Faculty Scholarship Award (for fall quarter research). NCNM 2002-2004 Professor and Chair. Department of Classical Chinese Medicine. Germany 1982-1984 China Fellowship. Department of Classical Chinese Medicine. Visiting Professor. NCNM 2004-2006 Professor and Dean.

Portland. Arlington Club. Oregon (current) LECTURES/WORKSHOPS PRESENTED 2012 Corresponding Symbolism of the Lung and the Tiger in Chinese Medicine (February). The Chinese Medicine Database. Portland. Portland. Germany Die Symbolik der Akupunkturpunkte II (Symbolism of the Acupuncture Points. Oregon The Constitutional Treatment of Cancer with Chinese Herbal Medicine. To Everything There is a Season Lecture Series. Washington Heiner Fruehauf. Maui. Stillmeadow Retreat Center. Natural Path Academy. Oregon Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Anatara Group.Ac. Oregon Chinese Medicine in the 21st Century (May). Part II) (June). Hawaii Acupuncture Association. Oregon The Importance of Aconite in Constitutional Chinese Herbalism (April). Portland Beer Hall Lectures. Arte Medica Dialog. Germany Mensch-Sein: Eine Tiefenanalyse der 12 Organsysteme der chinesischen Medizin II (Being Human: An In-depth Analysis of the 12 Organ Networks of Chinese Medicine. Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Schleiz. Hawaii The Treatment of Prostate Disorders with Classical Chinese Formulas (April). Roots and Branches Conference. Portland. Shanghai. Oregon Healing Through Emotions: The Confucian Therapy System of Wang Fengyi (May). Oregon The Symbolism of the Acupuncture Point Names of Classical Chinese Medicine (May). China Shanren Dao (Path of the Good Person) Emotional Healing Retreat (July). Roots and Branches Conference. Spring and Autumn Institute.D. Portland. (acupuncture license). Oregon (February) Constitutional Herbalism: Incorporating the Concept of Gu Syndrome and the Prescription of Aconite into Clinical Approaches (March). Oregon Behandlung von Autoimmunprozessen mit chinesischen Phytopharmaka (Using Chinese Herbs in the Treatment of Autoimmune Disorders) (June). Lan Su Chinese Garden. San Francisco 2006 Citizen Board Member of Portland State University’s Confucius Institute MEDICAL LICENSES 1995 L. Confucius Institute. Offenbach. Ph. National College of Natural Medicine and Heron Institute for Life Science. L. Trout Lake. ABZ Mitte. – 2011 3 . Portland State University.. Portland.HONORARY MEMBERSHIPS 2011 Academic and Clinical Advisor. Frankfurt. Oregon The Wang Fengyi System of 5-Element Emotional Healing (May). Germany Xin shiji zhong de gudian zhongyi he quanqiu ziran yixue (Classical Chinese Medicine and Global Natural Medicine for the New Century) (June). Stillmeadow Retreat Center. Part II) (June).Ac.

. California 2011 Excess or Deficiency: Which One is it? Unique Strategies for Treating Complex Diseases with Chinese Herbs (January). Washington On the Descending Properties of Fuzi and Wuzhuyu (April). So Below: The Role of Mental and Emotional Well-Being in Chinese Medicine (October). Virginia Real Nourishment: The Healing power of Food and Herbs (October). Chronic Inflammatory Syndrome and the Treatment of "Gu Syndrome" in Modern Clinical Practice (March). Tai Sophia Institute. Medigogy Webinar. Maryland Emotional and Spiritual Healing in Chinese Medicine (October). Seattle. Lan Su Chinese Garden. Third Annual Zeng Rongxiu Shanghan Lun Conference. – 2011 4 . Graduate Certificate in Chinese Herbs. 42nd International TCM Conference. Virginia East-West Case Studies: A Perspective on Applying TCM in Practice (October). Ph. Rothenburg. Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Virginia Constitutional Therapy in Chinese Medicine: Practical Ways for Terrain Restoration in Patients with Chronic and Recalcitrant Diseases (November). Institute of Traditional Medicine. Menopause. Rothenburg. California Characterizing the Female “Archetypes”: Choosing Effective Herbs for infertility. 42nd International TCM Conference. Strategies for the Treatment of Chronic Inflammatory Syndrome: The Concept of Gu Syndrome in Classical Herbalism (October).D. Pacific Symposium Conference. Tai Sophia Institute. Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Vancouver. Portland. and other Hormone Related Disorders in Women (November). San Diego. Virginia As Above. Germany Heiner Fruehauf. Vancouver. Chantilly. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. New York The Science of Longevity: Reconsidering a Key Concept of Chinese Medicine (October). ProD Seminars Webinar. Chantilly. Demons of the Mind: Ancient Chinese Parasitology. Toronto. San Diego. Rothenburg. Chantilly. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Portland. Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Germany Dao und De: Daoismus und Konfuzianismus in der chinesischen Medizin (Dao and De: Daoism and Confucianism in Chinese Medicine) (June): 42nd International TCM Conference. Maryland The Fire Spirit School of Classical Chinese Herbalism (October). Baltimore. Canada Strategies for the Treatment of Lyme Disease with Chinese Herbs (October). Graduate Certificate in Chinese Herbs. Germany Feuer Schule Forum (participant in Fire School Forum of Sichuan Herbalism) (June). Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. BC Excess or Deficiency: Which One is it? Unique Strategies for Treating Complex Diseases with Chinese Herbs (January). Oregon Demons of the Body. Chantilly. Bastyr University. Oregon Die wichtige Beziehung des Verdauungssystems zu Herz und Gehirn in der chinesischen Medizin (The important relationship of the digestive system to the heart and brain in Chinese medicine) (June). Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Baltimore. BC On the Symbolism of the 1st Month in the Chinese Calendar (Tiger/Lung) (February).Ac. Pacific Symposium Conference. L.

– 2011 5 . Spring and Autumn Institute. Portland. Switzerland The Philosophical Foundations for Emotional Healing in Chinese Medicine (June). Switzerland Mensch-Sein: Eine Tiefenanalyse der 12 Organsysteme der chinesischen Medizin I (Being Human: An In-depth Analysis of the 12 Organ Networks of Chinese Medicine. California Die Metallorgane in der chinesischen Medizin: Erweiterte Perspektiven für die Praxis (The Metal Organs of Chinese Medicine: Expanded Perspectives for Clinical Application) (December). Pacific Symposium Conference. Part I) (December). Germany Die Symbolik der Akupunkturpunkte I (Symbolism of the Acupuncture Points. Shen—Interculturality and Psychotherapy Conference. Health Stream TV Using Chinese Herbs in the Treatment of Difficult and Recalcitrant Diseases (June). California On the Symbolism of the 9th Month of the Chinese Calendar (Dog/Pericardium) (October). IBS and Cognitive Dysfunction with Chinese Herbs (November). Pacific Symposium Conference. IBS. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. San Diego. Germany 2010 Classical Chinese Medicine: Introducing the Theory and Clinical Usefulness of a Traditional Health Care System in Modern Times (February). Austria Heiner Fruehauf. Basel. San Diego. Germany On the Symbolism of the 5th Month in the Chinese Calendar (Horse/Heart) (June). Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Oregon Traditional Chinese Medicine: A Living Art Form (October). Die Zukunft der chinesischen Medizin im Westen (The Future of Chinese Medicine in the West) (June). Winterthur. Germany The Emotions in Chinese Medicine (June). “Back to Our Roots” series of public lectures. 5th ASA TCM-Kongress. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Brown University Medical School On the Symbolism of the First Month in the Chinese Calendar (Tiger/Lung) (February).D.. Portland. Basel. Chiway Academy. 5th ASA TCM-Kongress. NCNM. California Chronic Inflammatory Syndrome: Practical Treatment Strategies for Lyme Disease. Frankfurt. University of Vienna. L. Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (November). Radio interview for Deutscher Rundfunk. Eugene. Arte Medica Dialog. Ph. Schleiz. University of Oregon. Leaky Gut Syndrome. Part I) (December). Oregon The Ideal of the Ancient Chinese Scholar Physician: The Legacy of Sun Simiao (581-682) (June). Offenbach. Lan Su Chinese Garden. Portland. Switzerland Phytotherapeutische Ansätze im Bereich “Metall” für die Behandlung von chronischen und resistenten Krankheiten (Herbal Approaches Associated with the Metal Element for the Therapy of Chronic and Difficult Diseases) (December). and Leaky Gut Syndrome (July). ABZ Mitte. Oregon Food Allergies. Lan Su Chinese Garden. Oregon Effective Chinese Treatment Approaches for Chronic Inflammatory Diseases (May). Portland. Oregon The Second Heart: Treating Food Allergies.Ac. Webinar for the Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine. Lan Su Chinese Garden.

Baltimore Demons of the Body. Heron Institute. Virginia Anxiety and Insomnia in Chinese Medicine (October). Virginia Integrating Integrative Medicine Panel Member (October). – 2011 6 . Chinese Medicine: On the Clinical Usefulness of an Ancient Science in Modern Times (June). Chantilly. Austrian Broadcasting Corporation. Oregon The Five Virtues of Chinese Medicine (November). Oregon 2009 All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Emotions in Chinese Medical Practice (February). Hunan Province. California Chinese Medical Alchemy: The Clinical Significance of the 72 Material Manifestations (wuhou) (May). San Francisco State University. Philosophy. California All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Pivotal Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine (March). Eugene.Ac. Chantilly. Jiashan Monastery. Ph. Virginia The Nature of Degenerative Brain Disorders and their Treatment with Chinese Medicine (October). Austria Effective Chinese Treatment Approaches for Age-Related Degenerative Diseases (July). Rothenburg. 40th International TCM Conference. San Francisco. Germany Heiner Fruehauf. Health Stream TV The Wang Fengyi Five Element System of Spiritual and Emotional Healing (August).. 40th International TCM Conference. Germany Chinesische Einsichten zur Behandlung von Schwererkrankungen (Chinese Insights about the Treatment of Difficult and Recalcitrant Diseases) (May). Germany Die Zukunft der chinesischen Medizin (Panel Discussion: The Future of Chinese Medicine) (May). Chantilly. San Francisco State University. San Francisco. Portland State University (Muslim Educational Trust). keynote address at the 2010 Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Vienna. Germany Ancient Chinese Yijing Science as a Macrocosmic Map for Chinese Medicine (May). and Origins of Classical Chinese Medicine (March). Oregon Health Sciences University. University of Oregon. Portland. New York The Tao of Medicine: Ancient Texts and Modern Practitioners (October). Tai Sophia Institute. 40th International TCM Conference. Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Rothenburg. Rothenburg. China Treating Chronic and Recalcitrant Diseases with Chinese Herbs: The Sichuan Fire-School and the Vital Concept of Supporting the Yang (October).D. 40th International TCM Conference. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. L. Portland. Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine Conference. Demons of the Mind: Ancient Chinese Parasitology and the Treatment of ‘Gu Syndrome’ in Modern Clinical Practice (October). NCNM The Cosmology. 40th International TCM Conference. NCNM Chinesische Einsichten zur Behandlung von Autoimmunkrankheiten (Chinese Insights about the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases) (May). Rothenburg. Rothenburg. Oregon All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Pivotal Role of the Emotions in Chinese Medicine (November). Germany Chinesische Einsichten zur Behandlung von Krebs (Chinese Insights about the Treatment of Cancer) (May).

B. Santa Cruz. Ancient Cosmology in the Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine (September). Jammerbugten. German Association of Classical Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Symbolism in Chinese Medicine: Uncovering the Hidden Depth of Organ Physiology (March). Guangxi College of TCM. Auto-immune Diseases. Oregon The Body as Microcosm: The Classical Origins of Chinese Medicine (March). VA Heiner Fruehauf. Portland State University. Denmark. Reed College. Ph. Jammerbugten. Denmark. Israel The Role of the Emotions in Chinese Medicine: A Systematic Analysis (March). Germany. 2nd Scandinavian TCM Congress. As Above.C.I. 2nd Scandinavian TCM Congress. Germany. Human Destiny and the Emotions: The Role of the Five Virtues in Ancient Chinese Culture (November). So Below: The Alchemical Origins of Chinese Medicine (September). Canadian Oriental Medicine Symposium. England. Five Branches College of TCM. Vancouver. Jammerbugten. Arte Medica Dialog.D. China. Peter Firebrace. und fuyang Theory in der Feuergeist-Schule und der daoistischen Medizin (Clinical Approaches in Chinese Medicine: Respiratory Diseases. 2nd Scandinavian TCM Congress. P. Frankfurt. Elisa Rossi. Israel The Spirit of the Points: New Insights into the Etymology of the Classical Acu-Moxa Point Names (March). – 2011 7 .R. Denmark. Lost Alchemy of the Acupuncture Point Names (September). 2008 Classical Chinese Medicine: History and Clinical Relevance (February). Israel Microcosm and Macrocosm in Classical Chinese Medicine: Introduction to a New Educational Approach (October). Classical Chinese Medicine: An Introduction (October). Chantilly. The Shen/Mind Project: A Week-long Discussion and Panel with Dominique Hertzer. L. International Congress of Chinese Medicine..C. Brown University. Institute for the Clinical Research of Classical Chinese Medicine. Keynote address at annual Building Bridges of Integration for TCM Conference. Cancer. 2nd Scandinavian TCM Congress. and fuyang Theory in the Fire-Spirit School and Daoist Medicine) (August). and Yair Maimon (September). Cosmological Alchemy: How Ancient Knowledge Can Increase the Clinical Power of Chinese Medicine (March).Ac. Canadian Oriental Medicine Symposium. Royal Holloway University of London. Egham. Vancouver. Confucius Institute. Tel Aviv University. Providence R. Krebs. Therapieansätze in der chinesischen Medizin: Erkältungskrankheiten. The Cosmology of Classical Chinese Medicine: Practical Considerations (October). Jammerbugten. Tel Aviv University. Frankfurt. Auto-immunkrankheiten. Jinjing Qigong and Five Element Chanting (September). Die Sechs Schichten des Shanghan lun: Klassische Theorie und Klinische Anwendung (The Six Layers of the Shanghan lun: Classical Theory and Clinical Application) (August). The British Conference of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. B. International Congress of Chinese Medicine. International Congress of Chinese Medicine. Portland. Denmark. Tel Aviv University. Contemplative Studies Initiative. Flow Science: The Importance of Invisible Forces in the Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine (November).

Rothenburg. Portland. VA The Four Seasons of Chinese Medicine (November).R. Germany Heiner Fruehauf. DAEGFA (German Physicians’ Acupuncture Association) Conference. – 2011 8 . Clinical Efficacy. China Imagery and Symbol as Scientific Tools in Classical Chinese Medicine (December). Building Bridges of Integration for TCM Conference. University of Oregon.. Comprehensive 3 week course (December). Laurel. TAI Sophia Institute. 38th International TCM Conference. Germany Direct Transmission: The Search for the Heart in Classical Chinese Medicine (May). University of Munich. Chantilly. Chantilly. annual conference of American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM). presentation of film documentary at the Third International Conference on Daoism and the Contemporary World. Third International Conference on Daoism and the Contemporary World. L. VA The Five Phase Elements and the Five Virtues in Chinese Medicine (November). Guangxi College of TCM. Rothenburg. Rothenburg. P. Rothenburg. Eugene The Theoretical Foundations of Classical Chinese Medicine (April). Portland. Rothenburg (Germany) Die Feuergeist-Linie in der Sichuanesischen Kräutertradition (The Fire Spirit School of Sichuan Herbalism) (May). Oregon Holographische Alchemie: Einleitung zur Wissenschaft des Symbolismus in der chinesischen Medizin (Holographic Alchemy: An Introduction to the Science of Symbolism in Chinese Medicine) (May). Germany All Disease Comes from the Heart: The Forgotten Role of the Emotions in Chinese Medicine (May). All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine (November). Germany Emotionaltherapie im modernen China: Wang Fengyi's (1864-1937) System der Fünf Tugenden (Emotional Therapy in Modern China: Wang Fengyi’s [1864-1937] System of the Five Virtues) (May). MD Twelve Organ Network Symbolism in Classical Chinese Medicine. Germany The Renaissance of Classical Medicine in Modern China: Interviews with Chinese Master Physicians (May). Rothenburg.R. Institute for the Clinical Research of Classical Chinese Medicine. Ph. 38th International TCM Conference. P. 37th International TCM Conference. Portland State University As Above. Germany On Suffering and Holy Wars: The Liver and Gallbladder as Catalysts of Human Emotions (May). Building Bridges of Integration for TCM Conference. 37th International TCM Conference. Oregon Health and Science University. 38th International TCM Conference. Guangxi College of TCM. China 2007 Chinese Medicine: History. Bad Nauheim. 37th International TCM Conference.D. University of Munich. Germany On Togetherness and Solitude: The Pericardium and the Triple Warmer as Catalysts of Human Emotions (May). and Integration with Allopathic Medicine (March). Oregon 2006 Natural Medicine and Chinese Medicine as a Career Choice (February). So Below: The Daoist Origins of Chinese Medicine (May).Ac. Germany Sources for Increasing the Clinical Efficacy of Chinese Medicine (October).

Ph. Oregon The Hai Shan Center: An Example of Holistic Home Building (April). and Clinical Practice. Germany What is Classical Chinese Medicine? 34th International TCM Conference. Germany 2002 The Concept of Holistic Medicine.2005 Integrative Aspects of Ancient Medicine: The Example of Classical Chinese Medicine (February). panel presentation at Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine 05 Conference. Portland. Oregon 2004 The Role of the Classics in Chinese Medicine.. Rothenburg. Building Bridges of Integration for Traditional Chinese Medicine 05 Conference. German Association of Classical Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Las Vegas Chinese Medicine: Cosmology. Rothenburg. 32nd International TCM Conference. Frankfurt. Corbett. Paradigm Shift Symposium. 34th International TCM Conference. – 2011 9 . NW Timberframer’s Guild. 34th International TCM Conference. Rothenburg. Oregon Holism in Ancient Medicines: The Example of Classical Chinese Medicine (April). So Below: The Relationship Between Macrocosm and Microcosm in Chinese Medicine (October). and the Kidney (May). Germany The Spleen and the Stomach in Chinese Medicine. Portland. Germany The Stomach and Pericardium. Portland State University. Germany The Liver and Small Intestine. The Concept of Heaven in Chinese Medicine (May). Rothenburg. Rothenburg. Portland State University 2003 Diagnosing the Gums and Teeth in Chinese Medicine. Symbolism. Portland. Societas Medicinae Sinensis. Germany Heiner Fruehauf. München. New York As Above. Portland State University 2001 The Classical Foundation of Chinese Medicine. Oregon Chinese Medicine and the Science of Symbols. New York The Foundational Theory of Chinese Medicine (November). 36th International TCM Conference. Germany The Lung and the Large Intestine. Las Vegas The Science of Symbols. Oregon Health and Sciences University. Conference on Spirituality and Medicine.Ac. annual conference of American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM). Germany Introduction to Natural Medicine. Rothenburg. Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Germany The Heavenly Organs of Chinese Medicine: The Heart. Fibromyalgia.D. Frankfurt. 34th International TCM Conference. Oregon Gu Syndrome: An Effective Chinese Approach to Lyme Disease. Rothenburg. 32nd International TCM Conference. German Association of Classical Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Germany The Lung and the Heart. Societas Medicinae Sinensis. the Small Intestine. München. Rothenburg. and other Manifestations of Chronic Parasitism (November). L. Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. keynote address at annual conference of American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM). 36th International TCM Conference. Germany The Concept of Earth in Chinese Medicine. Portland. the Bladder. Germany Drug-Herb Interactions in Chinese Medicine (October).

Arizona 1993 Treating Recalcitrant Diseases with Herbal Formulas Recorded in the Shanghan lun. Mt. annual conference of California Acupuncture Association. Oregon Health Sciences University. Heron Institute. OR 1999 The Treatment of Prostate Cancer with Oriental Medicine. Detroit. Scottsdale. Chengdu. Sichuan. Breitenbush Hot Springs Conference Center. International Research Symposium. Reed College. – 2011 10 . Herrenberg. guest lecture series. National Convention of the Association for Asian Studies. Heron Institute. Sichuan. guest lecture series. workshop conducted in cooperation with Prof. annual conference of California Acupuncture Association. Wenjiang. Qingcheng. Germany Back to the Future: A Fresh Perspective on Chinese Medicine. workshop conducted in cooperation with Dr.. Portland. German Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Classical Acupuncture.2000 An Introduction to Chinese Medicine. China Therapeutic Qigong. San Francisco 1998 Daoist and Tibetan Medicine. Li Zhongyu for members of the German Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Classical Acupuncture. Oregon 1991 Traditional Chinese Medicine: An Alternative to Western Medicine? Frankfurt University Medical School. Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. Ph. Eugene 1997 Gu Syndrome and Traditional Chinese Parasitology. He Yuanhuai for members of the German Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Classical Acupuncture. Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. OR Daoist and Tibetan Medicine. Chicago Heiner Fruehauf. Oregon 1994 Philosophy. Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Traditional Chinese Chrono-Medicine (wuyun liuqi). Oregon 1995 Liujing Bianzheng and Wenbing Xue: Two Major Systems of Chinese Diagnosis. Portland State University 1996 Daoist Meditation and Longevity Practices.Ac. Diagnosis and Therapy in Chinese Medicine. Portland. L. Sichuan. annual convention of American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. China Western Exoticism in Modern Chinese Literature. Germany Buddhist Cosmology and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Good Samaritan Hospital. China 1990 Ancient Chinese Philosophy and Its Application in Daoist Meditation and Longevity Techniques. China Traditional Chinese Chrono-Acupuncture: Theory and Practice. Portland. NW Acupuncture Institute. Portland. guest lecture series. Oregon Huangdi neijing: The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine. San Francisco Classical Chinese Medicine and Consumer Health.D. Portland. China Problems in the Contemporary Practice of Chinese Medicine. workshop conducted in cooperation with Zhang Yuanming for members of the German Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Classical Acupuncture.

1.D. 36-41. German Society for East Asian Anthropology (OAG). Ph. “Zhuiyi enshi Wang Huade” (Remembering My Teacher Wang Huade). in Steve Xue. 2012). in Claudia Focks. Beijing (National Publishing House for Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology. Chinesische Medizin (Societas Medicinae Sinensis) 3/2009.. p. conference on Contemporary Chinese Literature and Its Literary Antecedents. Leitfaden Chinesische Medizin. Shiyong heliao yiyao xue: jianlun yu chuantong zhongyi de bijiao (Practical Homeopathy: An Introduction and Comparison with Traditional Chinese Medicine). Alpine. Paris and Shanghai: The Common Ground of Orientalists and Occidentalists. Bonn University.. 2009). “Classical Chinese Medicine: An Introduction to the Foundational Concepts and Political Circumstance of an Ancient Science. Tokyo PUBLICATIONS 2012 “Sikao chuantong zhongyi de xijie xing he linchuang xiaolü de guanxi” (Reflections on the Relationship of Traditional Wisdom. 2012). Holistic Medicine and Rehabilitation: Global Sustainable Healing Systems for Health Professionals of the 21st Century. Heiner Fruehauf. L. ed. “Elke ziekte begint bij het hart: De centrale rol van de emoties in de klassieke Chinese geneeskunde” (All Disease Comes from the Heart: The Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine). p. 2011). The City in Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature. Leitfaden Chinesische Medizin.” in Will Fudeman. “The Science of Symbols I. p. 1642-1657.” Journal of Chinese Medicine 100/2012. “Chronisch-entzündliche Erkrankungen und Gu-Syndrom” (Chronic Inflammatory Diseases and Gu-Syndrome). 2011 “Book Review: Pulse Diagnosis in Early Chinese Medicine by Elisabeth Hsu. 1865-1935. Hebrew translation of original article). München (Elsevier. “Xuyan” (Preface). 57-128. in Disijie Fuyang Luntan lunwen ji (Collected Essays from the 4th Supporting Yang Discussion Forum). “The Flagship Remedy of Chinese Medicine: Reflections on the Toxicity and Safety of Aconite. – 2011 11 . 132-135. Huang Ti (October. 2010). Jain Archibel. in Shupai dashi Wang Huade (Wang Huade: Master of the Sichuan Style of the Ancient Lute). in Claudia Focks.” in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 3/2011. “The Science of Symbols II. 2010).Ac. p. 28. ed.. ed. ed. 10.” in Steve Xue. 2009 “Die Behandlung chronischer Entzündungen mit chinesischer Arzneimitteltherapie—Ein Interview mit Heiner Frühauf über die therapeutischen Möglichkeiten bei Gu-syndrom” (Treating Chronic Inflammatory Diseases with Chinese Herbs—An Interview with Heiner Fruehauf about Therapeutic Strategies for Gu-Syndrome). and Clinical Effectiveness). p. conference on German-Chinese Reflections. Assesse (B.” in Orez 3/2011 (Israel. NJ (Bryce Cullen. 2012). Precision. 2010). Chengdu (Sichuan Daxue Chubanshe. “Treating Chronic inflammatory Diseases with Chinese Herbs: ‘Gu Syndrome’ in Modern Clinical Practice. Hebrew translation of original article). Harvard University Germany in the Eyes of the Modern Chinese Travel Writer. Shanghai (Shanghai University of TCM Press. 2010 “Kosmologie: Symbolgehalt der zwölf Organsysteme” (Cosmology: Symbolism of the Twelve Organ Systems).” in Orez 1/2011 (Israel. München (Elsevier. Germany 1988 Tokyo.” in Oriental Medicine (Summer 2011). “All Disease Comes from the Heart: The Pivotal Role of the Emotions in Chinese Medicine. ed. Before Pharmaceuticals: Emotional Healing and Chinese Medicine.

” in Lonny Jarrett. Stresskrankheiten: Vorbeugen und Behandeln mit chinesischer Medizin (Stress: Prevention and Treatment with Chinese Medicine). The Clinical Practice of Chinese Medicine. The Patient-Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture..” The Journal of Chinese Medicine.” The Journal of Chinese Medicine: 30th Anniversary Edition (June. 63-78. ed.D. Zeitschrift für Chinesische Medizin. Teil 2” (The Roots of Chinese Medicine: Daoist Cosmology and the Alchemy of Symbols. 2003). 2004 “Gu Syndrom: Chronischer Parasitismus in der chinesischen Medizin” (Gu Syndrome: Chronic Parasitism in Chinese Medicine). Part II: 1990 Until Today). L. “The Science of Symbols: Exploring a Forgotten Gateway to Chinese Medicine (Part One). ed. 2005 “Das Gu Syndrom: Ein Vergessener Ansatz bei chronischem Parasitismus” (Gu Syndrome: A Forgotten Approach to Chronic Parasitism). München (Elsevier. 2003 “Introduction.Ac. Chinesische Medizin (Societas Medicinae Sinensis) 2/2002. p.” The American Acupuncturist 43/2008. Spring 2001. 2001 “Gesundheit im Fluss der Vier Jahreszeiten” (Promoting Health by Flowing with the Seasons). Chinesische Medizin (Societas Medicinae Sinensis) 1/2005. 2006 “Ein Blick der klassischen chinesischen Medizin auf die Natur des Alterns und der Langlebigkeit” (A Classical Chinese Medicine Perspective on the Nature of Aging and Longevity). Heliao yixue: yu zhongyi xiangfu xiangcheng de xifang ziran yixue (Homeopathy: A Western Natural Medicine Complementary to Traditional Chinese Medicine).. (Teil 2: 1990 bis heute)” (Chinese Medicine in Crisis: Scientific and Political Background for the Development of ‘TCM’. Part Two). p. 2008 “All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine. Heiner Fruehauf. 2002 “Die Wurzeln der chinesische Medizin: Daoistische Kosmologie und die Alchimie der Symbole. Summer 2002. Spring 2004. Altern und Tod in der Chinesischen Medizin (Aging and Dying in Chinese Medicine).. 2006). in Andreas Noll and Barbara Kirschbaum. 2005). Stockton (Spirit Path Press. – 2011 12 . Teil 1” (The Roots of Chinese Medicine: Daoist Cosmology and the Alchemy of Symbols. Spring 2002. Shanghai (Shanghai Zhongyiyao Daxue Chubanshe. “Xu” (Introduction). 206-219. “All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine. Zeitschrift für TCM 2/2005.” The Journal of Chinese Medicine. p. Chinesische Medizin (Societas Medicinae Sinensis) 2/2005. v-vii. Chinesische Medizin in der Krise: Wissenschaftliche und politische Hintergründe der Entstehung der “TCM“ (Teil 1: 1850–1990) (Chinese Medicine in Crisis: Scientific and Political Reasons for the Development of ‘TCM’. München (Elsevier. Part One). Ph. in Andreas Noll and Birgit Ziegler. Stuttgart/New York (Georg Thieme. 2009) “Foreword. “The Science of Symbols: Exploring a Forgotten Gateway to Chinese Medicine (Part Two). “Die Wurzeln der chinesischen Medizin: Daoistische Kosmologie und die Alchimie der Symbole.” in Leon L. Chinesische Medizin (Societas Medicinae Sinensis) 3/2002. “Jede Krankheit kommt vom Herzen: Die Schlüsselrolle der Emotionen in der klassischen chinesischen Medizin” (All Disease Comes from the Heart: The Key Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine). Hammer. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Akupunktur. “Chinesische Medizin in der Krise: Wissenschaftliche und politische Hintergründe der Entstehung der ‘TCM’. 2006). 2009). Part I: 1850-1990). in Luc de Schepper and Steve An Xue.

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