OCOM Herbal Medicinary
A collaborative effort between the OCOM Research Department and the Oregon Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (OAAOM) is
OCOM is happy to announce new scholarships for applicants to the next incoming class — Fall 2015 — for both our master's and doctoral
OCOM will award a $2,000 Golden Flower Scholarship to an incoming doctoral student for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Eligibility: To apply for the scholarship, you
OCOM Clinic in Old Town Chinatown now offers acupuncture services each Saturday. The new Saturday hours, along with
After serving as president of Oregon College of Oriental Medicine for nearly a decade, Dr. Michael Gaeta has announced his retirement, effective July 24, 2015.
On April 5, 2014, 200 community partners and supporters joined Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) at Montgomery Park for the 2014 Cherry Blossom Dinner and Awards. This
In 2011, the Oregon Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (OAAOM), the state’s Chinese medicine professional and advocacy organization, launched an effort to overturn a ruling that
What is prevention with regards to Oriental medicine? Diet, exercise, appropriate sleep, nontoxic food, water and air, happy relationships, spiritual connection… these
In December 2013, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine welcomed Bill McCrae as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) is pleased to announce that eight graduates of the college were named top “Complementary Medicine” medical professionals in the January ...
Student loan debt and the cost of higher education have been in the spotlight at a time when the United States economy continues its recovery from a protracted recession. The cost of higher
In 2011, OCOM Chair of Biomedicine Dr. Joe Coletto and Director of Student Affairs Nancy Grotton traveled to Baltimore, Maryland to participate in a Mind-Body Medicine training offered by
Adding acupuncture to regular medical care is an effective treatment for moderate to severe depression.
A large research study from Britain brings good
Kaiser Permanente Hospitals Foundation’s Community Gives program recently awarded Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) $20,000 to provide discounted treatments to low-income
Beth Burch, ND, Dean of Doctoral Studies, is the first member of OCOM's staff and faculty to complete the Human Investigations Program (HIP) at Oregon Health and Sciences
Two papers by members of the OCOM Research Department were recently published in peer-reviewed journals. One highlights the OCOM-developed AcuTrial® database, while the other offers a
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