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.
Deepa Dilikar BHMS, MPH
Faculty MEmberDeepa Dillikar has completed her Bachelors in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) from India with academic honors where she worked as a faculty for Anatomy, Physiology and Materia Medica. He is a fast learn and an organized and diligent instructor. She assisted students in case taking during their clinic internship. In May 2008, she joined the Masters in Public Health program where she worked as a teaching adn research assistant for the public health courses. She actively participated in the asthma projects at the Miami Dade County. Her work on the connection between asthma in children and their proximity to high wards has been documents in posters and presented at the American Public Health Conferences and the 60th and 61st Annual Florida Environmental Health Association Conferences. Currently, she has one paper submitted for publication based on research conducted on Miami Dade County homes occupied by asthmatic children, and one paper in process that contains meta-analysis of air pollution from highways. She has extensive research experience. In addition to her research background and work on asthma dn public health, she also holds a Diploma in Homeopathy followed by CCH certification from the Council on Homeopathic Certification. Her Master's in Public Health and her extensive background in Homeopathy indicates her commitment towards community health care and dedication to spread the knowledge of homeopathy.
Francisco Xavier Eizayaga MD, PhD
Faculty Member; Academic Affairs ConsultantFrancisco Xavier Eizayaga MD; PhD (Universidad Maimonides – Medicine); MD (Universidad del Salvador – MD)
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.