Dr. Federico Marmori


1976-1979      Chinese Traditional Medicine training with Ma Hai Liang Doctor in Traditional Medicine, Bangkok – Thailand

1977-1978: Thai Traditional massage training at Wat P Traditional Medical College. Bangkok – Thailand

1979 – 1981: Physiotherapy degree. Sambucy school of physiotherapy. Paris. France 

1982-1988: Undergraduate Studies in Chinese Traditional medicine, Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,
Beijing – China

1998             Acupuncture detoxification therapy training course. Substance abuse rehabilitation center, Lincoln Hospital, New York,

2006-2009    Master in clinical acupuncture, Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing – China

2009-2012 PhD in clinical acupuncture, Dongzhimen Hospital, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing – China



1990-1996 Villa Giada Chinese Medicine Clinic (Acupuncture,Chinese Herbs).  Rome, Italy

97-2005 Private practice (Acupuncture,Chinese Herbs), Paris, France

2006-2012 Resident doctor in the acupuncture department at Beijing TCM University, Hospital (Dongzhimen Hospital)
Beijing – China

2012- Present Acupuncture Department Director, Medimar International Hospital, Alicante – Spain



1990-2014: Academic Dean and Founder of “Escuela Superior de Medicina Tradicional China”, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia – Spain

1990-2006: Founder and academic director of “Istituto Superiore di Medicina Tradizionale Cinese” Villa Giada – Official school for
the training of medical doctors in Chinese Medicine. Professor for the Medical Acupuncture Course
Roma – Italy

1998-2003: Lecturer in Chinese medicine at “Qi Gong Ling Gui” School, Paris, Toulouse – France.

1999-2013: Founder and director of website. Continuing medical education in Chinese medicine

2000-2003: Professor in Chinese medicine at Superior Institute of Medical Sciences, “Enrique Cabrera” Faculty
Havana – Cuba

2002-2003: Professor in Chinese medicine at “Shao Yang” Institute, Lyon, France

2003:         Lecturer for the AcuDetox course at the Public Health Unit for treatment of  drug addiction and alcoholism treatment.
A. U.S.L. RM C (S.E.R.T.) District VI Roma – Italy

2005         Professor in Chinese Medicine at Asociación Portuguesa de Profesionales de Acupuntura Lisboa – Portugal

2005-2012 Professor in Chinese Medicine at Chuzhen Institute of TCM Paris – France



1999:         August, establishment and training of an acupuncture detoxification team in penitentiary environment.
Central jail, “Alternativa” association for drug addiction, Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores (Portugal)

2001:         Lectures on Taoism and Qi Gong,  Fort de France – French West Indies

2005 – Present : Academic comission member of the European Foundation of Chinese Traditional Medicine.

2005 – Present : Education Comittee member of the Pan European Federation of TCM Societies (PEFOTS)

2006 – Present : World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS) Board Member.

2013 – Present : AENOR ISO/TC 249 TCM Expert in the Chinese Medicine Normalization Committee.

2014 – Present   Researcher for European Project “China and Europe Taking Care of  Healthcare Solutions” (CHETCH) IRSES (GA no. 612589).



1992-1994: Translation in French of Beijing University TCM book:“Les points d’acupuncture et leurs mécanismes d’action”
Masson publishing company, Paris, France. In Italian: “I punti di agopuntura e i loro meccanismi di azione”
Masson publishing company, Milano, Italy.

1993: Marmori F, Skopalik C. Curso de medicina tradicional china. Barcelona, Spain. Edigraf 1993

2003: Cittadini M, Marmori F, Diacinti D, Walker J. Randomized Trial Of AcupunctureCompared With Prokinetic Drugs And  Sham AcupunctureFor Chronic Idiopathic Dyspepsia. Medical Acupuncture, 2003, 14(2):17-18.

2009: Clinical Acupuncture Master Thesis: “Initial research on therapeutical strategy when using the eight extraordinary
meridians in the treatment of depression” (Chinese language)

2012: Marmori F, Wang YP, Tan C. Acupuncture point selection in the treatment of bronchial asthma associated with depression or anxiety (Chinese language article). Journal of Beijing Traditional Medicine University 2012, 19(2)

2012: PhD thesis: “Influence of the mind regulation acupuncture treatment method on quality of life in patients with
chronic persistent bronchial asthma” (Chinese language)

2013: Chen S, Guo SN, Marmori F, et al.Appraisal of the Deqi Concept among Contemporary Chinese Acupuncturists. Evid Based
Complement Alternat Med. 2013;2013:538476, 7 pages.

2013: Zhao JP, Chen S, Marmori F, et al. Disease location identification as a major guide to acupoint selection. Chin J Integr Med.
2013 Dec;19(12):894-9.

2015 Chen S, Guo S, Wang J, Ha E, Marmori F, Wang YP, Zhao JP. Effectiveness of moxibustion for allergic rhinitis: protocol for a systematic review. BMJ Open 2015;5:e006570. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-006570.



1999:         Keynote speech. Topic: “Chinese Traditional Medicine online Teaching” at the NADA conference (National Acupuncture
Detoxification Association)  Hamburg – Germany

2008:         November. Keynote speech. Topic: “Thoughts on International TCM Education” TCM Education outside China. 2008
International Symposium on Techniques and Clinical Application of Acupuncture and Moxibustion”,
BUCM, Beijing – China

2013:         March. Keynote speech. Topic: “Acupuncture protocol in combined treatment of chronic prostatitis”. Second Annual
Academic Conference of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies Specialty Committee of the Internal Medicine,
Hong Kong, China.

2014:        June. Keynote Speech. “Chinese Medicine research outline”. Third Congress of Chinese Medicine of the Scientific Society of
Chinese Traditional Medicine. Caracas, Venezuela

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