Federico Marmori, PhD

European Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (FEMTC)
Acupuncture Department Director, Medimar International Hospital, Alicante – Spain
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Federico Marmori is a specialist in Chinese medicine. He has a great experience in clinical acupuncture and Chinese herbal treatment.
He graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) with a PhD in clinical Acupuncture. After Six years of internship in the acupuncture department of Beijing BUCM affiliated Dongzhimen Hospital, he was offered the position of director of the Acupuncture unit in Medimar International Hospital in Alicante, Spain.
His interest in Chinese Medicine goes back to the 70´s were he started to study TCM in Thailand with a traditional Chinese doctor Dr. Ma Hailiang during four years.
In the 80´s he went to china and studied the undergraduate Chinese Medicine course in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
After Years of practice and teaching Chinese Medicine in Europe, he went back during six years to do his internship in Beijing´s Dongzhimen hospital and finally get his PhD in clinical acupuncture in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM).
Federico Marmori has a long experience in teaching Chinese Medicine, he started in Italy where he founded, in 1990, the “Istituto Superiore di Medicina Tradizionale Cinese” Villa Giada in Rome which was the Official school for the training of medical doctors in Chinese Medicine. He is also the co-founder of founder of “Escuela Superior de Medicina Tradicional China”, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia – Spain and teaches Master classes in collaboration with the European Foundation of Chinese Traditional Medicine (FEMTC).
In the research field, during his stay in china, he participated in various acupuncture clinical trials under the direction of the China National Basic Research Program (also called the 973 program). Then back in Europe in 2014 he was admitted as a researcher for the European Project “China and Europe Taking Care of Healthcare Solutions” (CHETCH) working on solutions for the future integration of Chinese Medicine in the European Health systems.