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Professor Mei Xing became a qualified Chinese medicine doctor in 1985 and gained her MSc from Chengdu TCM university later. She practised integrated Western and Chinese medicine in China for 15 years and was promoted to associate professor and medical consultant before she came to the UK in 2000.
Mei was appointed senior lecturer in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the University of Salford in 2001. She became the Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) TCM- Acupuncture and run the programme until the University ceased the programme in 2004. She then taught Traditional Acupuncture at Manchester Metropolitan University from 2012 to 2017. During her teaching career in the UK, she worked as an accreditation officer, external examiner and academic assessor for many universities worldwide.
In 2016, Mei established her own college – Manchester Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She continued teaching Chinese acupuncture and herbal medicine to the students in the UK and train aspiring professionals with health care background into TCM profession.
Mei is currently a visiting Professor of GuiZhou TCM University in China, a visiting senior lecturer of ShenZhou Open University in Holland and the College of TCM Foundation in Ireland.
Mei treated a wide range of patients for over 30 years. With a special interest in women’s health, including infertility, Mei assisted many couples to conceive and expand their families. As a practitioner, acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, Mei never stopped using her worthy skills to help her patients as well as dedicating herself to evidence based practice. By undertaking acupuncture research, she witnessed the huge benefit of integrating complementary medicine into general lifestyle in particular for preventative purposes and rehabilitation support.
Mei is also member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ATCM).