YSU Blount: All-New Pediatric Specialty Clinic Beginning August 30, 2017

August 15, 2017

Now, along with our existing Women’s & Reproductive Medicine Specialty Clinic, and our Healthy Aging & Longevity Specialty Clinic, we will offer a Pediatric Specialty Clinic that utilizes the needle-less Japanese style acupuncture known as Shoni-Shin (Pediatric Acupuncture). Administered by Dr. Atsuki Maeda, DAOM, L.Ac., this treatment offering is widely used in Japan, and is

YSU President Speaks at UCLA Chinese Herbal Medicine Summit

July 18, 2017

YSU President Dr. Lawrence Lau was among a select group of 60 professional and industry experts at the recent Chinese Herbal Medicine summit held at UCLA. Organized by the UCLA Center for East West Medicine, the one-day event on July 15, 2017 involved specialists from the US, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Germany and the

Yo San Master’s Students Achieve a Milestone: White Coat Ceremony

June 9, 2017

Yo San Master’s Students Achieve a Milestone: White Coat Ceremony President, Dr. Lawrence Lau, MATCM Dean, Brady Chin, and Clinic Dean, Melissa Estrada proudly honored the newest group of White Coat recipients Thursday, June 8th in a short ceremony held on campus and attended by members of the student body, faculty, and staff. Below, are

Yo San Alumna Pens Article In Acupuncture Today

June 8, 2017

Yo San University Alumna, Dr. Nadiya Melnyk (DAOM, ’16), has penned an insightful article titled, Sex & Estrogen, which appears in the July edition of Acupuncture Today. Dr. Nadiya Melnyk has a master’s in Oriental Medicine and bachelor’s in Nutrition from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. She obtained her Doctorate degree from Yo San

Yo San Participates in National Cancer Survivors Day

June 7, 2017

Yo San Students, Alumni, and Faculty took part in the ‘National Cancer Survivors Day’, hosted by Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center. The daylong wellness event that attracted more than 350 attendees, took place Tuesday, June 6th. and was focused on support services for cancer patients and cancer survivors. The YSU booth provided information

Dean of MATCM Program Appointment

February 22, 2017

Yo San University is pleased to announce the appointment of  Dr. Brady Chin, PhD, L.Ac as Dean of the University’s MATCM program. Prior to his appointment, Brady was the Interim Dean of the MATCM program, and has served in various administrative and faculty positions at Yo San University including that of Dean of Clinical Education

Dean of DAOM Program Appointment

September 13, 2016
Laraine Crampton

Yo San University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Laraine Crampton, DAOM, L.Ac as Dean of the University’s DAOM Program. Dr. Crampton received her MATCM and DAOM degrees from Yo San University, where she has served as a faculty member for the past 22 years. She has been the Chair of the MATCM

No Tuition Increase at YSU

July 18, 2016

July 18, 2017- During this trimester’s President’s Tea on July 13 and in an open letter to all current MATCM students, President Green formally announced the decision to not increase tuition for the coming year. Bucking the trend of ever-escalating tuition and fees in higher education, President Green cited YSU’s  philanthropic success and prudent spending

Yo San University Partners with Kaiser Permanente on National Cancer Survivor Day

June 28, 2016

Cancer offers a unique insight into how individuals, families, and even communities rally together for life during what can be the most uncertain roller coaster we might ever ride. Fittingly, June 7 each year, National Cancer Survivor Day, is not only about the struggle to defeat cancer but is a true celebration of life. That’s

Spring 2016 Dean’s Prize Winner

March 2, 2016

Congratulations to Lisa Gridley, the Spring 2016 recipient of the Yo San University Dean’s Prize. The Dean’s Prize is awarded to the student achieving the highest score on the MATCM Graduation Exam. Below Lisa shares tips, tricks and wise words about getting through the program. What are your tips for achieving high test scores? To