Faculty

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.

  • Melanie Grimes CCH

    Faculty Member

    Melanie Grimes, CCH; BA(Western Washington Univ)
  • Doug Brown FNP, CCH

    Faculty Member

    Doug Brown is a graduate of Yale University's Family Nurse Practitioner Program but turned to homeopathy in order to provide deeper, more authentic healing for his patients. He graduated from the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy and maintains a full-time practice of Classical Homeopathy in Portland, Oregon, and Walla Walla, Washington. He has published articles in the International Journal of Homeopathic Links, the American Homeopath, Homeopathy Today, and Homeopathy International, and has taught in the USA and in Russia. Many of his articles can be found at www.homeopathichealing.org.
  • Karen Allen CCH

    Faculty Member

    I am a practitioner and educator, certified in classical homeopathy by the Council for Homeopathic Certification in 1996. I began practicing in the Seattle, WA area in 1994, and for the past 9 years, my work has been primarily for clients with fertility issues. In addition to homeopathy, I use counseling, gemmotherapy, biochemic and dietary therapies with my clients. I teach at conferences and schools in North America, and have authored two widely used homeopathic textbooks. Additionally, I am the creator of Virtual Clinic, a clinically-based distance learning program in homeopathic case analysis. My clinical and teaching work has been done in combination with volunteer work to build the homeopathic profession. For the past 10 years, I have been on the Board of Directors for the Council for Homeopathic Certification, which I now serve as President. . I am a regular participant / contributor at the conferences for NANHE,(The North American Network of Homeopathic Educators) NCH(National Center for Homeopathy) and the West Coast Homeopathic Society (WCHS). I am also a member of the Association of Reproductive Health professionals (ARHP) and the California Homeopathic Medical Society (CHMS). Prior to my career in homeopathy, I worked in the Information Technology industry as a computer programmer, analyst, project manager and instructor from 1978 – 1991. The technical skills I developed during this time have assisted me in the development of multi-media distance learning.
  • Michael Iliescu MD, MD(H)

    Faculty Member

    Michael Iliescu completed a four year residency program in surgical/clinical pathology at Winthrop University Hospital in Long Island, New York. He completed a Forensic fellowship at Broward County Medical Examiner's office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Iliescu worked as a medical examiner at Maricopa Medical Examiner's office and at Coconino County Medical Examiner's office. Dr. Iliescu is currently finishing his second year of studying homeopathy at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. Dr. Iliescu also has an Autopsy and Forensic consultation business, where he performs private autopsies and gives consultation to attorneys. He has 7 years of teaching experience in the fields of Biochemistry and Pathology of Trauma. He taught at the following institutions: Scottsdale Community College, Northern Arizona University, Coconino Community College and Medical University Of Timisoara, Romania.
  • Nancy Soliven MD, DC

    Faculty Member; Academic Affairs Consultant

    Nancy Soliven has had a long and varied career. She received her degree in Education at Michigan State University and taught in public schools for 15 years. She received her Master’s degree from the University of San Francisco in 1979 and her MFCC in 1980. She graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 1985. While in Chiropractic school she was exposed to and studied Cranio-Sacral Therapy. In 1989 she was invited to become Team Leader for the Upledger Brain and Spinal Cord Dysfunction Center. In 1992 she was invited to join the faculty, and later became housing coordinator of Saba University School of Medicine N.A. She graduated with her MD in 1997. She moved to Wisconsin in 2002 where she has been in private practice. She has been teaching Cranio-Sacral Therapy nationally/internationally through her company Integrative Bodyworks Institute. In 2007 she graduated from Northland Pioneer Colleges’ Massage Therapy Program and in licensed in Arizona. Currently she has finished year two of her homeopathy studies and will graduate in 2012.

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