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Jan 23 Seminar Notice | 1 月23 日讲座通知
January 23, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Date/日期: Jan 23,2022
Location/地点: Zoom Online Webcast
Time/时间 : 10:00am-13:00pm
ATCMA members: free;会员免费
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2:00 pm, Jan 21; 下午 2:00, 1月23日, 星期六
10:00am – 13:00pm (3 CEUs)
The scientificity of Traditional Chinese Medicine from the perspective of Abstract Science |从抽象科学的角度来探讨中医的科学性
Speaker/演讲者: Dr. Simon Xin Min Dong
Abstract | 提纲
- The Establishment of Abstract Science
- The Theoretical Frame of Abstract Science
- The Contributions of TCM to the Basic Theories of Abstract Medicine
- The Contributions of TCM to the Methodologies of Abstract Medicine
- The Contributions of TCM to the Epistemology of Abstract Medicine
- The Contributions of TCM to the Way of Thinking of Abstract Medicine
- A Comparison between Modern Medicine and TCM
- Conclusion: the roles of TCM in the 21st century and afterwards.
- 结论：中医药在 21 世纪及以后的作用。
Dr. Simon Xin Min Dong is from the mainland of China. He got his Bachelor’s degree of medicine in 1995 and Master’s degree in 1998 at the Medical School of Wuhan University. Simon landed at Vancouver, Canada in March 2002. He got his second Master’s degree in 2007 and PhD degree in 2020 specified in Microbiology and immunology at the University of Ottawa. Right after the PhD degree, Simon worked at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario as a Postdoctoral Fellow for 18 months till July 2021. During the trainings for PhD degree and Postdoctoral Fellowship, Simon’s research topic was ‘Selective Induction of Apoptosis in HIV-infected Macrophages’, and this project was accomplished with 6 papers published.
Simon has dedicated more than 30 years to finding solutions for diseases. In his book published in 2012, Philosophical Principles of Life Science , Simon proposed new concepts of Abstract Science and Abstract Medicine to the life science and medicine community with brand-new basic theory, methodology, epistemology （认识论）, and way of thinking （思维方式）. Today, Simon’s topic will focus on ‘The scientificity of Traditional Chinese Medicine from the perspective of Abstract Science (从抽象科学的角度来探讨中医的科学性)’.