Partnerships

Partnerships

Through close partnerships and collaborations, A4M/MMI seeks to further redefine the landscape of modern medicine. By establishing these associations with noteworthy, recognized organizations and establishments, we can collectively further educational awareness, and teach practitioners best practices in integrative care.

LDN Research Trust

A4M/MMI is proud to announce its newest partnership with LDN Research Trust. Founded in 2004, the Trust's primary objective is to spearhead clinical trials of low dose naltrexone for autoimmune diseases, cancers, and other chronic diseases and disorders. Through raising global awareness and funding clinical trials, LDN functions as a non-profit registered charity, working to increase worldwide knowledge and participation in treatment methods to curb the epidemic of chronic disease.

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

A4M/MMI is also partnered with George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, a collaboration that offers graduate programs in Integrative Medicine. As healthcare continuously shifts towards a more personalized, customized approach, we are proud to offer our practitioners education that is supported by an accredited and renowned university--and to provide programs that encompass a fully comprehensive medical approach.

International Peptide Society

The recent partnership between A4M/MMI and the International Peptide Society marks the commitment of both organizations to further advance the research, practice, and application of peptide therapies. Through evidence-based medicine and clinical research, IPS is on the forefront of modern medicine--and demonstrates a dedication to education and patient wellness through the most groundbreaking technologies and therapies.

Asian Medical Students' Association

A4M's most recent international partnership includes the Asian Medical Students' Association: a student-led nonprofit organization comprised of 31 chapters across Asia. AMSA was initially created to share knowledge, undertake activities and social services, and create international and transcontinental relationships.

European Medical Journal

The European Medical Journal is an independent, open-access eJournal published across 16 different therapeutic areas, covering content focused on pioneering medical technologies, breakthrough technological developments, and groundbreaking advancements in healthcare. EMJ delivers its readers the latest highlights in medical congresses, abstract reviews, and peer-reviewed articles, reviewing a variety of topic areas such as human genetic, precision medicine, cardiology, oncology, and many more.