Dr Edward Neal, MD
Trained in both Western and Chinese medicine, Dr. Neal has been in clinical practice for over 30 years.
He is the founder of the School of Neijing Nature-Based Medicine and the creator of the research methodology of Classical Text Archaeology (CTA).
In this role, he has served as a consultant to the World Health Organization and has been a visiting scholar in East Asian Medicine at the University of California San Diego Medical School.
He serves as the medical director for the Apricot Grove Project and director of the Xinglin Institute nonprofit.
These organizations study traditional forms of medical knowledge to identify innovative solutions to current global challenges.
For more information about these projects and training opportunities in Neijing Nature-Based Medicine, please visit www.neijingstudies.com.