Leonard A. Wisneski
Leonard A. Wisneski, MD,FACP is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at George Washington University Medical Center and Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University where he is a founding member of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Curriculum Planning Committee. He was Vice Chairman of the NIH Consensus Panel on Acupuncture and is Chairman of the NIH Advisory Board on Frontier Sciences at the University of Connecticut. He holds fellowship positions in The American College of Physicians, The American College of Nutrition, and The American Institute of Stress. He served on the board of the American Holistic Medical Association and was President of the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine. He is currently chairman of the board of the Integrated Healthcare Policy Consortium which promotes national legislation pertaining to integrative healthcare . He has published over 30 scientific articles and a textbook, “The Scientific Basis of Integrative Medicine”. He has been in the clinical practice of endocrinology and integrative medicine for over 25 years.
Dr. Wisneski graduated from Thomas Jefferson Medical College and performed his postgraduate training in the field of Internal Medicine and Endocrinology in the George Washington University healthcare system, where he served as Chief Medical Resident in Internal Medicine. From 1977 until 1997, Dr. Wisneski was the Corporate Medical Director of Marriott International, Inc., and Director of Medical Education at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland, an affiliate of George Washington University Medical School and Children’s National Medical Center where he devoted his efforts to the clinical practice of internal medicine and endocrinology.
Dr. Wisneski is currently the Dean and President of the University of Sint Eustatius School of Medicine. He, along with a prestigious Board of Advisors, have created a medical school devoted to medical education research and innovation. He also teaches a course “The Eastern Approach to Western Medicine” at Georgetown University.