First Scholarship Recipient

We sat down with our first recipient of the TCVM Scholarship, Dr. Bhajan Das to talk about his experience in the 2015 Acupuncture course in Guangzhou, China. Dr. Das is a teacher in the Department of Medicine and Surgery at the Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University in Bangladesh. He shared his gratitude for the scholarship, his excitement for the subject and his plans for the future...


  AATCVM Updates

 The annual meeting of the AATCVM Board was held on March 12, 2014. Dr. Judith Saik was introduced and will assume the role of Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (AJTCVM) May 2014. Dr. Suzy Brannan provided the financial report and the AATCVM is financially solvent. She also reported that the AJTCVM also has a solid list of advertisers. Dr. Cheryl Chrisman reported that the AJTCVM...


  New Group Works to Advance TCVM Globally

 Veterinary leaders from around the world met in conjunction with the 15th Annual International Conference on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) in Euroforum, El Escorial, Madrid, Spain on Sept 14, 2013. The mission of the WATCVM is: 1) to unite the global TCVM community through prom­­­otion and publication of research on all aspects of TCVM, 2) to develop guidelines for TCVM practice (standardize acupuncture points...

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- The Dalai Lama