Faculty are at the core of AMCH. They bring extensive experience in homeopathy, clinical treatment and teaching to our programs. A core value of AMCH is the success of students. Faculty are critical to this aspect of our college, and are trained and encouraged to work with students to ensure their success.
Juergen Gadau PhD
Faculty MemberMy research contributes to our understanding of the genetic basis and architecture of speciation, species differences and adaptation. I am using social and solitaire insects and a wide range of genetic and genomics tools to describe how epigenetic and genetic variations in concert with expression differences generate qualitative and quantitative variations in the observed phenotypes, i.e. morphology, physiology and behavior. I am also interested to understand the interaction between nuclear and mitochondrial encoded genes in the production of ATP and how this interaction contributes to speciation, adaptation and the evolution of complex traits.
Garry Gordon MD, DO, MD(H)Garry F. Gordon received his Doctor of Osteopathy in 1958 from the Chicago College of Osteopathy in Illinois. He received his honorary MD degree from the University of California Irvine in 1962 and completed his Radiology Residency from Mt. Zion in San Francisco, California in 1964. For many years, he was the Medical Director of Mineral Lab in Hayward, California, a leading laboratory for trace mineral analysis worldwide. Dr. Gordon is on the Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners for Arizona and is Co-Founder of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). He is Founder/President of the International College of Advanced Longevity (ICALM) and Board Member of International Oxidative Medicine Association (IOMA). With Morton Walker, DPM, Dr. Gordon co-authored The Chelation Answer. He is advisor to the American Board of Chelation Therapy and past instructor and examiner for all chelation physicians. He is responsible for Peer Review for Chelation Therapy in the State of Arizona. As an internationally recognized expert on chelation therapy, Dr. Gordon is now attempting to establish standards for the proper use of oral and intravenous chelation therapy as an adjunct therapy for all diseases. He lectures extensively on The End Of Bypass Surgery Is In Sight. Currently, Dr. Gordon is full-time consultant for Longevity Plus, a nutritional supplement company located in Payson, Arizona.
Linda Johnston MD, DHt
Faculty MemberA native of Seattle, I received my medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1979. After completing an Internship at the University of California, Davis, I moved to Los Angeles, California and established a private practice in general medicine. Realizing the shortcomings of modern medicine, I began a practice of Classical Homeopathy in 1986. I am proud to be recognized as one of the few medical doctors in the United States to be Board Certified in Homeopathy by the American Board of Homeotherapeutics (D.Ht.). If you are here to investigate Homeopathy or to research my background and medical activities, I hope you find what you require. If you wish to contact me, please use this address or phone number.
Reetha Krishnan BHMS, MD, MPH
Faculty MemberDr. Reetha Krishnan has completed her MD(Hom) Pediatric from Dr. M. L. Dhawale Memorial Homeopathic Institute, Mumbai University-India. She was in charge of the department of Pediatrics and NICU with 12 years clinical experience of handling patients at out-patient, in-patient and critical care management in Pediatrics. Additionally she also has an experience of being a post graduate lecturer in Department of Pediatrics and was often called as a resource person to deliver lectures in Reorientation of teachers program (ROTP) conducted by the Government of India for post graduate teachers of homeoapthic colleges all across India.
Laura Lambert ND
Faculty MemberDr. Laura Lambert is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in the state of Arizona. She is licensed as a general family practitioner, and focuses her Arizona practice on Women’s Health. In addition to medicine Dr. Lambert is passionate about education and is adjunct faculty at schools in both Arizona and California. Beyond healthcare and education, Dr. Lambert enjoys volunteering both internationally and in the community. She has been involved in several organizations including: Natural Doctors International, Naturopaths Without Borders and she is co-founder of NAOP-International. Dr. Lambert graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. Prior to medical school, Dr. Lambert received her bachelor’s degree from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota.
Ralph Luciani DO, MS, MD(H), PhD
Faculty MemberDr. Ralph J. Luciani, D.O., M.S., Ph.D, M.D.(H), received his premedical education at Seton Hall University and attended medical school at the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri. He also studied Eastern Medicine both in the U.S. and in Asia and received a Ph.D. in medical Acupuncture for his research in pain and functional disorders. Dr. Luciani also has an M.S. Degree in Aerospace Medicine and is board-certified by the American Board of Chelation Therapy. He has studied Homeopathic Medicine with the National Center for Homeopathy in Washington, D.C., and received personal training in Homotoxicology. Dr. Luciani is also a certified specialist in pain management and practices environmental medicine. In 2004, he was trained in Aesthetic medicine to complement his Anti-aging practice and uses Botox and Collagen therapies as well as cosmetic laser and Mesotherapy. Dr. Luciani has co-authored a book entitled "Plane Truth". He also has written numerous research publications and has lectured extensively for several Universities. He has been invited as a guest for radio talk shows and has been featured on several broadcasts for his pioneering work in Migraine Headache, Preventive Medicine and Chronic Pain Management. He holds a faculty position as Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine.Dr. Luciani is board certified in Family Practice, Preventive Medicine, Pain Management and Clinical Heavy Metal Toxicity.
Cathleen Rapp ND
Faculty Member; Academic Affairs ConsultantDr. Cathleen Michele Rapp (Dr. Cat) trained in naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, WA and holds a naturopathic doctor's license in the state of California. She has had a private practice utilizing naturopathic medicine and classical homeopathy, and has also worked in the dietary supplement industry as a researcher, writer, educator and product formulator of nutritional herbal and homeopathic products. As a Complementary and Alternative medicine consultant, Dr. Rapp's clients include Nordic Naturals, Pinnacle Care, the American Botanical Council and Natural Standard Research Collaboration. Dr. Rapp is a student in an amazing 2.5 year course in the Vital Sensation method of homeopathy offered by the California College of Homeopathic Education. She looks forward to practicing and teaching homeopathy armed with this new approach and expansive knowledge.
Sue Roe PhD
Faculty Member; Academic Affairs ConsultantDr. Roe was the managing partner of Performance Dimensions Consulting, LLC for over 15 years focusing on individual and work performance, management systems and competencies, strategic initiatives, workforce development, research, assessment, evaluation and training/instructional design and development. Currently, she is the Dean of Academic Affairs for the Chamberlain College of Nursing. Dr. Roe has a doctorate in public administration with an emphasis in administration and policy. She has additional graduate work in educational administration and instructional development and has a Masters and Bachelors degree in Nursing. With a background in senior administration, management, teaching, training, instructional system design, research and development, Dr. Roe possesses a diverse and wide range of experiences and expertise. Dr. Roe has conducted and/or facilitated well over 500 workshops, seminars, courses, and keynote presentations nationally, regionally, and locally on various topics including peak performance, strategic positioning and mapping, management, leadership, organizational systems, communication, health education and wellness, performance based and mastery learning, assessment, policy, adult education, and professionalism. She is currently involved in several projects that focus on assessment, outcomes evaluation, performance-based learning, teacher preparation, simulation and organizational/system transformation and re-design.
John Roos MD
Faculty Member; Academic Affairs ConsultantJohn Roos, MD graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 1981. In 1984 he completed a preventive medicine residency at the Minnesota State Health Department and the University of Minnesota School of Public Health earning the degree of Master of Public Health. Dr. Roos has been a student of homeopathy since 1977. His initial training included the “Professional Training Course” offered by the National Center for Homeopathy and the “Postgraduate Training Program” of the International Foundation of Homeopathy. Later training included direct supervision and study with the world’s leading homeopathy practitioners and in particular with Massimo Mangialavori since 1998. Dr. Roos’s training in osteopathy began in 1978 at Michigan State University School of Osteopathy, followed by a fellowship in osteopathic manipulation at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has also completed the “Professional Training Program” of the Sutherland Cranial Academy. Dr. Roos has been in private practice in homeopathic and osteopathic medicine since 1984. He has taught classes in homeopathic first aid and acute care, specializing in the need of women and children. He has lectured to medical students and provided a one year course to them on homeopathic material medica, case analysis and theory/philosophy/practices of alternative and complementary medicine. Dr. Roos is a passionate gardener/farmer and has worked with honey bees his entire life.
Summer Swanick NMD
Faculty Member; Academic Affairs ConsultantDr. Summer Swanick is a Naturopathic Medical Doctor licensed by the Arizona Naturopathic Physicians Medical Board, located in Tempe, AZ. She is an expert in natural medicine. She works with her patients on an individual basis to reverse chronic disease and restore health using clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, musculoskeletal techniques, spinal manipulation, and lifestyle counseling. She also specializes in immune system support for acute conditions such as a cold or flu, and will occasionally write a prescription for antibiotics, if necessary. Dr. Swanick provides naturopathic support in conjunction with your conventional care as a part of your medical team for those under the care of specialists for their medical conditions. She believes in working together to utilize the basic building blocks of life to restore your health, rebuild your body, and heal the spirit. Dr. Swanick graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), an accredited program by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education. She has received the following: Honors from NCNM for her clinical research on a botanical treatment to improve female fertility The Homeopathic Medicine Certificate and Naturopathic Obstetrics Certificate for additional clinical and course work in those areas. Dr. Swanick further pursued her love for homeopathy by completing a certification program from the New England School of Homeopathy in 2009.