Assistant Clinical Professor, Acupuncture, Acupuncture Institute,
Ph.D. Boston University 2004,
M.Ac. New England School of Acupuncture 1997,
Dip.Ac. Korea Modern School of Acupuncture 1994,
A.B. Harvard University 1990,
Office Location: Health Science Center – Office 609.
- East Asian Medical History
- Transnational Medical Diaspora
- Alternative Health Practices
- Ethno-specific Medical Approaches.
- Dr. Jackowicz is a new addition to the University of Bridgeport in 2014.
- His study of East Asia began as an undergraduate at Harvard University.
- He then went to Korea and studied East Asian medicine being the first foreign graduate of the Korea Modern School of Acupuncture.
- He then went on to study at the New England School of Acupuncture for his Master’s Degree.
- He became fascinated in the historical development of the East Asian Medical tradition and pursued his Ph.D. at Boston University exploring East Asian Medical History.
- His studies and research have also taken him to Japan and China.
- He is well published in East Asian Medicine, History, and Martial Arts.
Honors & Awards:
- 2014, Editor Appointment. Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine Proceedings Journal
- 2013, Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine Advisory Board Appointment
- 2005, International Journal of Chinese Acupuncture Advisory Board Appointment
- 2001 and 2000, Tufts University. Named by students as one of the professors at Tufts who “contributed significantly to their intellectual and/or personal development.”
- 1997 Tsai Fellowship for Chinese Medical Research
- 1990 John Harvard Scholar
- 2014, “The Sound and the Fury: An Historical Analysis of Sound and Music in Traditional Chinese Medical Culture.” Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine 2013 Proceedings Journal. June 2014.
- 2013, “Explorations of Yin: Cosmic Shadow on the Stage of Earthly Metabolism.” International Journal of Chinese Acupuncture. December 2013.
- 2011, “Clinical Application of the Daodejing as a basis for Cognitive Behavioral Intervention.” Psych Extra, August (11)
- 2011, The chapter entitled, “Mind in East Asian Medicine” for an anthology Living Authentically: Daoist Contributions to Modern Psychology. Three Pines Press.
- 2011, “Akupunktur und daoistische Inkantationen.” Chinesische Medizin. January (11).
- 2011, “Incantations for Acupuncture.” Journal of Daoist Studies. January (11).
- 2010, Translated Dr. Dongwoo Kim’s article. “An Introduction to Korean Traditional Medicine: Five Movement Six Ki Prescriptive Method.” International Journal of Chinese Acupuncture. December (10).
- 2009, The Mechanics of Spirit. A monograph on the historiography and application of Classical Chinese medical theories in the modern clinical arena. VDM Publications.
- 2007, “Evil versus Heterodox: The Difficulties Translating Chinese Medical Texts.” International Journal of Chinese Acupuncture. February (07).
- 2006, The chapter entitled, “Ingestion, Digestion, and Regestation; The Complexities in the Absorption of Qi,” for an anthology Daoist Body Cultivation. Three Pines Press.
- 2005, “East Asian Medicine.” Oriental Medical Journal, January (05).
- 2004, Co-authored with Livia Kohn, Health and Longevity the Chinese Way. Three Pines Press.