Inga Spatari PhD
Nominated for the award: Science and Technology
Company: York Academy of Chinese Medicine
Position: Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Acupuncturist
Biography: Graduated with honors from the faculty of General Medicine of the State Medical University of Moldova, Inga did her residency in Alternative and Complimentary Medicine. 2000 to 2008 she devoted to science and research in China, where she lived to do her Master of Science (Treatment of Insomnia) and her PhD (Treatment and Rehabilitation after Severe Brain Injury with Chinese medicine and Acupuncture). The method of treatment of Brain Injures developed by Inga Spatari was chosen to be used for treating the patients after the Earthquake in China in 2008. Published two scientific articles, gave one scientific presentation at an International Symposium in China. Is continuously writing thematic articles, bringing the understanding of Chinese Medicine closer to the public. Gives presentations and speeches on Chinese Medicine in communities, Rotary Club, Canadian Mosaic. Award winner of three international grants, two of which are Outstanding Foreign students’ scholarships from UNESCO. During her years of research in China, Chinese TV (Tianjin) recorded two movies about Inga in 2003 and 2004. Inga Spatari also was a Talk show guest at Talking the World Talk Show – Tianjin TV (China, 2005). Inga Spatari PhD is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner in Vaughan, former Professor at Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and director at Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada. Inga is the expert of the magazine “Be healthy”. Inga is a guest of four interviews at Health Matters - Rogers TV in Toronto. Now Working on her book “Chinese Medicine understandable for everybody”. Fluent in English, Romanian, Russian, Mandarin. Understands French.