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Fri. April 22, 2016
As Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) moves toward a more integrative model in our Natural Care Center (NCC) and university teaching clinics, the University is able to open new doors and manifest new possibilities. In working to realize this goal, MUIH is pleased to announce the immediate appointment of Linda Lee, M.D., to serve as the NCC Consulting Medical Advisor. Read more
Wed. March 30, 2016
On March 11, students, faculty, and staff gathered for the MUIH Research Symposium, an annual event that highlights the best of the University’s research and scholarship. Two symposium awards were given and Dr. Steffany Moonaz, Associate Director of Integrative Health Sciences at MUIH, was recognized for winning MUIH’s first annual Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award. Read more
Thu. March 10, 2016
Andrew Heyman, MD MHSA is an internationally recognized expert in Integrative Medicine. He is currently the Program Director of Integrative and Metabolic Medicine at The George Washington University. Prior to assuming this role, he spent 16 years at the University of Michigan, serving to build one of the largest and most successful academic-based Integrative Medicine programs in the United States. Read more
Thu. February 25, 2016
In collaboration with Howard County General Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, MUIH students will now be able to offer integrative clinical services to patients in the hospital seeking treatment. The first of these experiences for MUIH clinical interns will be available at Howard County General Hospital (HCGH), located near the MUIH campus. Read more
Thu. February 04, 2016
Ready for greater knowledge, health, and wellbeing in 2016? Thanks to fantastic recommendations from MUIH faculty, we’ve put together this comprehensive reading list for students, practitioners, and community members on topics that range from gut health to herbal medicine to personal memoir and more. So grab some herbal tea, a warm blanket, and make yourself comfy because you might not want to put these books down. Read more
Thu. January 07, 2016
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) and The Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), a non-profit organization advancing Functional Medicine as the standard of care for all patients, have announced a new collaboration. The agreement allows certified IFM practitioners an opportunity to earn up to nine credits of advanced standing in MUIH’s Doctor of Clinical Nutrition program. Read more
Thu. January 07, 2016
2015 was a step forward for faculty research at Maryland University of Integrative Health. Every day, our faculty works to find better ways of understanding, implementing and sharing integrative health methods. Read more for highlights of seven important MUIH research stories from 2015. Read more
Thu. December 17, 2015
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) and the American Herbalists Guild (AHG), a member-based association of herbal practitioners, have joined forces to educate students studying clinical herbalism. Both organizations believe that this agreement that has the potential to advance the education and practice of herbal medicine in the nation. The articulation agreement allows MUIH students in the master’s degree to earn clinical hours by enrolling in the AHG Supervisory Mentoring Program Read more
Mon. November 02, 2015
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) and University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health (UM UCH) are joining forces to bring integrative health services to individuals receiving care at UM Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. The agreement offers MUIH graduate student interns the opportunity to collaborate with health providers at UM UCH to offer an integrative medical model, while offering a wide range of natural approaches to health and healing to the UM UCH community. Read more
Wed. October 28, 2015
This fall, MUIH graduated the most recent class from the Animal Acupuncture Certification program. As more and more people are experiencing the healing possibilities of Chinese medicine, it’s natural that they are now seeking the same treatment for their animal companions. The class participants, all licensed acupuncturists, were eager to fill this growing need. Read more

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