Dr. Ding serves as a clinical faculty member at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in addition to her teaching responsibilities at Bastyr University. She has taught traditional Chinese medicine at the university level for more than eighteen years and worked as a registered nurse in neurosurgery and organ transplantation for eight years. She also maintains her own private practice.
Dr. Ding co-authored several books published in China on traditional Chinese medicine. She is frequently quoted in local and national media, such as the Seattle P-I, the Seattle Times, the Yoga Journal, and CBS. She was named on of the “Top Doctors for Women” by Seattle Magazine in 2003 and has received the Faculty of the Year award in the AOM program at Bastyr University.
Dr. Ding holds an MD and a master’s of traditional Chinese medicine from Shanghai University. She has a bachelor's in nursing from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Watch Dr. Ding present a public lecture, "Enhance Fertility with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.":