Integrative Medicine for Respiratory Diseases March 19-22, 2021

Zunli Mo MD (China), Ph.D: Integrative Medicine for Respiratory Diseases
Zunli Mo is a licensed acupuncture physician in Florida. He graduated from Shanghai University of traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982 and worked in Shu Guang hospital which is affiliated university hospital as an internal physician. He obtained his master degree in pharmaceutical science in national institutes of natural sciences, Japan. His research field was to study the effect of Chinese herbs on chronic renal failure by using rat model. Later, he obtained his PhD in medical physiology in Kyushu University, Japan. His research field was effects of vasopressin and angiotensin II neurons in the rat dorsa motor nucleus of the vagus, in vitro by electrophysiology. He finished his post doctor training in Rutgers University in 1999. Later he worked in Pfizer pharmaceutical company as a principle scientist in safety pharmacology department. In 2005, he opened Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine clinic in St Louis. Now he is working in Miami Cancer Institute for treating cancer patients in support center as an acupuncture physician.
Dr. Mo’s lecture provides the basis for therapeutic management of respiratory diseases. The course teaches the students the structural and functional abnormalities leading to pathology of the respiratory system. Using a problem-solving approach of TCM, the students will apply knowledge of TCM and Western Medicine to help patients in their daily clinic.
By the end of the course, students will be able to understand integrative medicine, the diagnosis and differentiation of common cold, influenza, asthma, acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis and COPD, and the pattern of cough, phlegm and wheezing in TCM. The students will be able to apply TCM formula and acupuncture to treat respiratory diseases.