We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the work and achievements of Dr. Laraine Crampton in her capacity as DAOM Dean over the past three years.
Also, welcome Robert Hoffman, DAOM, L.Ac as the new Dean of the University’s DAOM Program. Robert will assume his new appointment on March 1, 2019.
Laraine will continue her service with the University as Senior Academic Advisor to the President, in addition to her role as faculty in both the MATCM and DAOM programs. She will be working closely with Robert in the transition to ensure continuity in the delivery of an exceptional educational experience in the University’s DAOM program.
Robert, a graduate of Yo San University’s MATCM program, earned his DAOM doctoral degree from Five Branches University in Santa Cruz, and will be completing a PhD in Chinese Medicine from Zhejiang University of Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China. As DAOM Dean, Robert will provide administrative and academic leadership for our DAOM program in the next chapter of the DAOM program’s growth and development.