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Weixiang Wang

"I regret any inconvenience caused if I am unavailable to take your call during my working hours. P There are instances when the preceding patient's needs exceed the allotted time, potentially leading to delays. Your comprehension in such situations is highly valued, as I am committed to ensuring each patient receives equal and thorough care."

Prof. Dr. Wang stands as one of the most prominent figures in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Europe, renowned for his distinctive approach to sharing medical knowledge and fostering connections with students, fellow therapists, and patients alike. His methods have garnered accolades as "medical arts." Despite boasting 34 years of experience in both TCM practice and lecturing, Dr. Wang approaches each patient and student with unwavering humility, treating them as if they were his very first, demonstrating immense patience and respect.

Having fulfilled a 16-year role as the academic dean and head lecturer at Amsterdam's Shenzhou University of TCM, Professor Dr. Wang opted to prioritize his unyielding commitment to maintaining high educational standards. This led him to part ways with the institution in August 2019. He subsequently spearheaded the revival of the European Academy of Traditional Medical Science (EATMS), a renowned establishment dedicated to continuous professional education since 2008. Simultaneously, alongside fellow doctors and lecturers, he played a pivotal role in establishing the Dutch Acupuncture Academy (DAA), specializing in providing elite education in Acupuncture and Chinese medicine.

Dr. Wang's academic journey began with his graduation from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, culminating in the attainment of his PhD in medicine. Holding a medical doctor's license in China, he accumulated 14 years of practical experience at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and its affiliated clinic before embarking on his European venture. Settling in the Netherlands in 2003, his career also encompassed voluntary medical service with the Hong Kong Society for the Blind in 1994, prior to Hong Kong's return to Chinese sovereignty. His pursuit of excellence led him to spend two years as a visiting scholar in Germany. While at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, Dr. Wang contributed to numerous scientific research projects both domestically and internationally. He has authored and co-authored 11 professional TCM books and over 10 academic articles published in China. In 2020, the English book "Understanding, managing, and treating infertility with Chinese Medicine," in which Dr. Wang serves as one of three chief editors, is slated for publication.

With a steadfast dedication to becoming a leading global authority in his field, Dr. Wang seamlessly integrates Western diagnostics with Eastern treatment approaches. His devotion to providing exceptional quality in disease treatment is equally extended to his patients and students.

Previously serving as president of the Dutch Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NVTCG Zhong), Dr. Wang played a pivotal role in this influential umbrella association encompassing all TCM disciplines in the Netherlands. Following his retirement from this role, he assumed the position of strategic advisor within the association. In September 2019, he further contributed by becoming a board member of NVTCG Zhong in the interim board till end of 2022. 

Additionally, Dr. Wang served as a board member of the European Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ETCMA), member of World federation of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. His active engagement in shaping TCM legislation across Europe and world remains an ongoing pursuit.

Mr. W. Wang graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine with PHD degree of medicine, he has a medical doctor license of China. Mr. Wang has 14 yeas work experience in Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and the affiliated clinic before he switched his profession to Europe and settle down in the Netherlands in 2003. He has participated various scientific study projects in China and cooperating internationally. He is the author and co-author 11 TCM professional books and over 10 TCM academinic articles.

Master project: 
Acupuncture for Pre-stomach cancer CAG (Chronic Atrophic Gastritis): Clinic and Laboratory Research. Nanjing College of Chinese Medicine, 1997. 

PhD Project: 
Acupuncture for FMS (Fibromyalgia Syndrome): evaluation of life quality influences. Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. 2003

Experience as doctor and lecturer of Chinese Medicine:
* Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China: 1989 - 2003
* Dean of Shenzhou Open University of TCM, Amsterdam: 2003 - 2019 

* Dean of Dutch Acupuncture Academy, Amsterdam: 2019 - present
* Diverse lectures, international congress speaker in the Netherlands, China, Germany, Austria, Poland, Slovenia, United kingdom etc. 

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Old campus where Dr. Wang studied and worked at

Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hanzhong Rd. 282 Nanjing China 

New campus of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. Xinlin Blvd, Nanjing China.  Photo from zi niu net. 

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