Zhou Wan PhD LAc
  • MD       Zhejing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,  Hangzhou, China 

  • Ph.D     Medical Pharmacology, College of Medicine, the University of Arizona

  • Diplomat of Acupuncture,  National Certification Commission for Acupuncture (NCCAOM)

  • Diplomat of Herbology,  NCCAOM

  • Texas Licensed Acupuncturist (TX 01095)

  • Dr. Wan, Graduated from one of the best University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. She has been a board certified Chinese Medicine Physician since 1995 in China. In addition, Dr. Wan also holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Pharmacology from the University of Arizona, School of Medicine, which give her a significant insight and valuable experiences in both Eastern and Western Medicine.

  • With her unique and in depth knowledge, Dr. Wan has been actively involved in the clinical research studies

 

Publication
1. AG Burke, Z Wan, ET O'Brien, BC Roberts, WD Stamer. Effect of hydrostatic pressure gradients and Na2EDTA on permeability of human Schlemm's canal cell monolayers. Curr Eye Res. 2004 Jun; 28(6): 391-8.

2. Z Wan, L Brigatti, J Ranger-Moore, CR Ethier, WD Stamer. Rate of changein central corneal thickness: a viability indicator for conventional drainage tissues in organ culture. Exp Eye Res. 2006 Jun; 82(6): 1086-93.

3. Z Wan, DF Woodward, C Cornell, H Fliri, J Martos, S Petit, JW Wang, AB Kharlamb, LA Wheeler, ME Garst, K Landsverk, CS Struble, and WD Stamer. Bimatoprost, prostamide activity, and conventional drainage. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2007 Sep; 48(9): 4107-15

4. Z Wan, DF Woodward, and WD Stamer. The Role of Endogenous Bioactive Lipids in the Regulation of Outflow Facility/Intraocular Pressure. Expert Review of Ophthalmology. Expert Rev Ophthalmol. 2008;3(4):457-47

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