Dr. Guanyuan Jin graduated from Zhejiang Medical University, China, where he later served as a physiology professor and engaged in acupuncture-related research studies. In the course of his education, Dr. Jin had the opportunity to study under such acknowledged masters of Chinese medicine as Master Jiao Mianzhai of Shandong, China, one of the four pioneering acupuncturists in modern China, as well as distinguished experts Zheng Kuishan of Gangshu, China, and Wei Jia of Jiangxi, China.
Coming to the United States in the late 1980s, Dr. Jin completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin and became one of first national-board-certified acupuncturists and Chinese herbologists in the US. Dr. Jin has been involved with traditional Chinese medicine practice and research for more than 40 years, and is a recognized expert in systems medicine, physiology, chronobiology, neurology, cardiology and oncology. Dr. Jin has also authored 20 professional textbooks, including his latest book, Contemporary Medical Acupuncture – A Systems Approach. Some of Dr. Jin’s titles and honors include Honorary Professor (of TCM) at Guangzhou University, PRC, President of the International Institute of Holistic Medicine, USA, Board Chair of the Association of Chinese Scientists and Engineers (ACSE), USA, and founding President of the Society of Chinese American Professors and Scientists (SoCAPS).