Sean T. Bradley, Graduate student in Chinese, has had a busy last few months. From September 10th to 14th he participated in the 44th Congress of the International Society of the History of Medicine in Tbilisi, George. He presented a paper on the transfer of herbal medicine along the Silk Road in China.
In Spring he completed an internship at the Institute for the Preservation of Medical Traditions at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C. with Dr. Alain Touwaide.
He has also recently been appointed as a Research Scientist at the Bastyr University Research Institute to conduct foundational research in Chinese Medicine.
In addition to all these accomplishments he has still found time to see patients and do research in Beijing and Chengdu with traditional Chinese Medicine doctors, as well as managing his own traditional medicine clinic and martial arts dojang in Lake City, Seattle Asian Medicine and Martial Arts.