About the School of Naturopathic Medicine
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The University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine is committed to training physicians for the 21st century: doctors who are leaders in the emerging paradigm of healthcare, blending research and innovative technologies with the art of healing and natural therapeutics to provide patient-centered care.
A Day in the Life of a University of Bridgeport Naturopathic Medicine Student
Health Sciences Interdisciplinary Lab
Faculty Spotlight, Dr. Eugene Zampieron
Dr. Jennifer Botwick, ND presents: Tips for Eating Mindfully
April 2019 Vol. 11 Issue 4 | Natural Medicine Journal
Kimberly Sanders ND is naturopathic physician with a specialty in treating autoimmune disease and arthritis with evidence-based functional medicine. University of Bridgeport student research assistants: Gurneet Bawa, Misharo Fraser, Rachelle Jean-Paul, Vanessa Rugeles Sepulveda, Theresa Messano and Evelyn Szeinbaum.
AANMC | May 28, 2019 |
Dr. Kimberly M. Sanders, ND (She has contributed to the article.)
Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences and Graduate, University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine
Arthritis is a well-known condition that causes extreme, debilitating, life-altering pain. According to the Arthritis Foundation, arthritis impacts over 50 million Americans, making it the number one cause of disability in the country.1 That means 1 in every 5 adults, 300,000 children, and countless families deal with the ramifications of this painful condition every day.
by AANMC | Aug 8, 2019 | Featured Articles, News
The University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine has undergone a number of changes during the 2018-2019 academic year. With the new president came the restructuring of 14 university programs into three colleges, with encouragement from university and college leadership to enhance collaboration among the schools within each of the colleges. Administrators in the recently formed College of Health Sciences (CHS) now meet regularly to create, develop, and complete projects as one consolidated unit, rather than isolated efforts that have sometimes produced redundant results.