Updated: November 5th, 2020
A panel of ranked faculty members and academic administrators at MUIH voted to promote three faculty members to the rank of associate and assistant professor effective at the beginning of the 2013 fall term. Those faculty members are: Camille Freeman (integrative sciences), Tyme Gigliotti (acupuncture) and Kaiya Larson (acupuncture).
About the promoted faculty members:

Associate Professor:

Camille FreemanCamille Freeman, M.S., CNS, LDN, RH(AHG)
Camille Freeman received a master’s degree in Herbal Medicine from Tai Sophia Institute (now MUIH) in 2004 and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. Freeman is certified as a nutrition specialist through the American College of Nutrition and is a licensed nutritionist in the state of Maryland. She holds a Master of Science in Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University. Her primary clinical focus is in reproductive health and endocrinology.

Assistant Professor:

Tyme GigliotiTyme Gigliotti, M.Ac., L.Ac.
Tyme Gigliotti is an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist, certified by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association, and a licensed animal acupuncturist, received his B.A. from the University of Maryland at College Park and his Master of Acupuncture degree, class of May 1994, from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now MUIH). Since 1998 he has been a clinic supervisor in the Master of Acupuncture program as well as a faculty member. Gigliotti is the current division chair for “Getting to Know the Patient.” He is a professional member of the Maryland State Board of Acupuncture and former secretary of the Maryland Acupuncture Society.

Kaiya LarsonKaiya Larson, M.Ac., L.Ac.
Kaiya Larson has been practicing acupuncture with a focus on fertility and woman’s health for more than a decade. She has taught multiple workshops to acupuncturists about treating for fertility has a deep love of teaching the powerful medicine of acupuncture. Larson received her B.A. from the Art Institute of Chicago and her M.Ac. from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now MUIH). She brings passion, creativity, and deep wisdom to her teaching.