OCOM graduate Tamsin Lee selected for BRIDG Research Fellowship
OCOM is pleased to announce that Tamsin Lee, DAOM, LAc has been selected for a prestigious postdoctoral research training program at the University of Washington. The program, Building Research across Inter-Disciplinary Gaps (BRIDG), is a collaborative training program between National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) and University of Washington (UW) funded by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) T90/R90 NIH grant. BRIDG provides multi-year immersive clinical research training for both doctoral-level complementary and integrative medicine providers, and conventionally trained researchers from the public health and biomedical fields.
Lee is a graduate of OCOM’s master’s and doctoral programs, and has been an integral member of OCOM’s Research Department since 2014. While in BRIDG, she will develop her multidisciplinary research into stress resiliency, specifically in the psycho-social factors of group dynamic healing with mind-body interventions, and the impact of technology on health and wellness.
While sad to see her go, we are proud and excited as she embarks on the next stage of her professional research career. Congratulations, Tamsin Lee!