A study of the global history of Buddhist medicine “from Sarnath to Silicon Valley.”
Buddhist medicine is a living tradition that is continually new and globally relevant.
An exploration of the reception, translation, and transformation of Buddhist medicine in medieval China.
Writing for practitioners of Buddhism, yoga, and Asian Medicine, connecting scholarship with contemporary issues.
Teaching the humanities with an emphasis on empowerment, empathy, and meaning-making.
Blogs, creative writing, and other projects at the intersection of academia, spirituality, and Asian medicine.
Buddhist Healing in Medieval China and Japan (University of Hawai’i Press, 2020), co-edited with Andrew Macomber.
☸️ Author, researcher, teacher, fan, and critic of Buddhism & Asian medicine
📔 Editor in Chief, Asian Medicine: Journal of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine
🎓 Associate Professor of Asian History & Religious Studies, Program Chair for Interdisciplinary Studies
🏛 The Abington College of Penn State University, 1600 Woodland Rd., Abington PA 19001