DAOM Faculty Scholarships 2019

DAOM Faculty Scholarships 2019

The DAOM department is pleased to announce the award of two faculty scholarships in the 2019 Cohort. Faculty members Shannon Lawrence and Sheri Jennings will be joining the newest cohort in their exploration of advanced topics in Reproductive Medicine and Healthy Aging.

Shannon Lawrence L.Ac.
(MATCM Class of 2016)

Shannon Lawrence is a California board licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist. She received her Master’s in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo San University, and holds a certificate of post-graduate training and residency from the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences Institute of Acupuncture and Moxibustion -International Training School in Beijing China. Shannon is both a student of and has observed under Dr. Daoshing Ni and Dr. Mao Shing Ni, and studied pain and orthopedics extensively under Don Lee, L.Ac. In addition to her own practice in Los Angeles, Shannon has served as Licensed Acupuncturist at Inner-Movement Wellness in Glendale, CA. Shannon has treated patients at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Being Alive West Hollywood, Yo San University Blount Community Clinic, Yo San University Orthopedic Specialty Pain Clinic, and Tong Ren Hospital in Beijing China. Shannon is currently an instructor at Yo San University, and has a passion for teaching and inspiring the next generation of integrative healthcare practitioners.

Sheri Jennings, L.Ac.
(MATCM Class of 2014)

Sheri Jennings is a licensed acupuncturist who received her MATCM from Yo San University. She currently teaches herbal pharmacopoeia at YSU, and has taught hundreds of students in her intensive CALE Webinar Series. In addition, she is the founder of Original Herb Farm, a CBD products company in Los Angeles. She has in-depth knowledge and experience with integrated uses of CBD, treating pain and addiction, depression, insomnia, nausea, and treating the side effects of cancer treatments, along with anxiety, ADD, and ADHD.

 

We look forward to more of the exemplary scholarship and hard work that has defined both recipient’s work in the fields of Chinese and Integrative medicine.

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