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Our Faculty

Mary Fry

Nutrition and Integrative Health

“Toxins in our environment, changes to our food supply and agriculture, and the nature of the stressors that we face in modern society all render conventional medicine less suited to addressing the chronic, and often multifaceted, nature of illness today. I believe that these factors have fueled an interest in integrative nutrition and made programs such as those at MUIH so very popular and clinically relevant.”

 Jeff Millison

Jeff Millison

Acupuncture

“The inclusion of acupuncture in health care reform discussions is another exciting trend. The country is re-examining how health care is practiced and acupuncture is a part of that dialogue.”

Michael Tims

Michael Tims

Herbal Medicine

“The field is incredibly diverse. With clinical training, you can work as a clinician, as an adverse event epidemiologist, or as part of a clinical trial team. Depending on the level of your training and experience, you could also work as a grower, performing quality assurance or Good Manufacturing Practice compliance measurements, formulating herbal products, educating consumers, or as part of a company sales force.”

Susan Testa

Nutrition

“Generally, I believe people should be eating what I refer to as a “foundational nutrition plan.” This plan is founded on a plant-based diet with appropriate amounts of protein-type foods and essential fat-type foods.”

 Camille Freeman

Camille Freeman

Herbal Medicine

My biggest piece of advice for students—whether online or in person—is to leave your self-limiting beliefs at the door. Forget what you think you like or what you think you can do, and give yourself the chance to fall in love with the material.