Mr Tieguang (Richard) Gu | SITCM – Explore Your Future

Mr Tieguang (Richard) Gu

Mr Tieguang (Richard) Gu

Clinic Supervisors | HE Academic Staff | VET Academic Staff


Brief Qual BMed, MMed
Position Associate Dean
Phone +61 2 9212 1968
Postal Address PO Box K623, Haymarket 2000
Academic & Professional Qualifications:
  • 1985 – 1988: Master’s Degree in Medicine (TCM, research). Faculty of Medicine, Fujian University of TCM, China
  • 1978 – 1982: Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine (TCM). Faculty of Medicine, Nanjing University of TCM, China
  • 1993 – 1995: Fellowship in Rehabilitation Medicine. Nanjing University of TCM, China
  • 1990 – 1992: Visiting Scholar in Rehabilitation Medicine. Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan      1982 – 1984: Residency in Internal Medicine. Jingsu Province Hospital of TCM, China
Teaching Experience:
  • 2010 – present: Associate Dean, Senior Lecturer, Clinical Supervisor, Sydney Institute of TCM.
  • 2010 – present: Tutor and Clinical Supervisor (casual), University of Technology, Sydney.
  • 2010 – 2011: Lecturer (casual), University of Western Sydney.
  • 2009 – 2010: Visiting Clinician, Affiliated Hospital of TCM to Guiyang College of TCM (China).
  • 2007 – 2009: Coordinator for International Education Program, Lecturer, Hong Kong Baptist University.
  • 2003 – 2007: Lecturer, University of Western Sydney.
  • 2002 – 2004: Tutor (casual), University of Technology, Sydney.
  • 2002 – 2004: Lecturer, Sydney Institute of TCM.
  • 1982 – 1995: Lecturer, Nanjing University of TCM, Nanjing, China.
  • 1990 – 1992: Visiting Scholar. Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan.
Relevant Employment/Experience:
  • 1999 – 2003: Practitioner (part-time). Balmain Chinese Herbal Centre.
  • 1995 – 1999: TCM Practitioner. Uptown Chinese Medicine Centre, Auckland, New Zealand.
Professional and/or Honorary Memberships:
  • Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (#1842)(2002-2012)
  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society (#27137)(2012 – )
  • Federation of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Societies of Australia (2011- )
  • China Chinese Medicine Association (1990-1995)
  • Jiangsu Nutrition society (1993-1995)
Publications: Books:
  • Tang CJ, Gu TG. Secrets of Longevity in Ten Minutes before Sleep. Chinese Classics Press, Beijing, 10,     2002. (p. 268).
  • Li TJ, Xia DJ, Sun MY, Gu TG. Classics and experience for longevity and healthy. People’s Medical Publishing House, Beijing, 10, 1998 (p. 212).
  • Tang CJ, Gu TG. Secrets of Longevity. Chinese Classics Press, Beijing, 8, 1993. (p. 117)
  • Meng JC, Sun T, Ge Q, Zhang CR, Gu TG., Ju CJ, et al. Generalization of TCM Health Preservation and Rehabilitation. Shanghai Science & Technology Press, Shanghai, 10, 1992. (pp. 99-149).
  • Lin RF, Qiu LZ, Yu FS, Liu XY, Gu TG, Yang M, Lin C. The Way of Health and Beauty for Aged People. Anhui Science & Technology Press, Anhui, 10, 1988. (pp. 38-92).
  • Ma P, Yao L, Lin X, Gu TG, Rong X, Batey R, Yamahara J, Wang J, Li Y* (2016). A mixture of apple pomace and rosemary extract improves fructose consumption-induced insulin resistance in rats: modulation of sarcolemmal CD36 and glucose transporter-4. Am J Transl Res, 8(9):3791-3801
  • Jiang J, Peng W, Gu TG, King C, Yin JK. (2016). Critical Review of Data Evaluation in Teaching Clinics of Traditional Chinese Medicine outside China: Explore, The Journal of Science and Healing, 12 (3): 188-195
  • Gu TG, Li N, Jiang J, Yao HL. (2016).Treating the Lower Part of the Body to Heal the Upper and Vice Versa. Journal of Chinese Medicine, 110 (2): 41-44
  • Gu TG. (2014). Discussion of Autoimmune Diseases Treatment with TCM. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 06 (11): 14-17.
  • LI Y, Wang JW, Gu TG, Yamahara J, Li YH. (2014). Oleanolic acid supplement attenuates liquid fructose-induced adipose tissue insulin resistance through the insulin receptor substrate-1/phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase/Akt signaling pathway in rats. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, (277): 155–163
  • Zhu J, Gu TG, Chen QG, at el. (2012). The Comparison of Four Multivariate Analysis Methods in Syndrome Differentiation Standards of Chinese Medicine. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 05 (12): 3-8.
  • Gu TG. (2011). Study of CFS management with Chinese Herbal Medicine. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 04 (12): 29-31.
  • Yang YF, Gu TG. (2010). Studies carried out by academic staff of SITCM. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 03 (11): 3-6.
  • Gu TG. (2010). Efficacy of Chinese herbal medicine in treating Urinary Incontinence. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 03 (11): 18-19.
  • Gu TG. (2009). Management of Urinary Incontinence in Chinese Medicine. Takongpao B11 2.2.
  • Xu M, Xu D, Tian XY, Deng PX, Qi C, Deng B, Gu TG. (2009). Short–term and Long–term effects of Chinese Herbal Medicine in Drug Abuses: A Series of Meta-analysis. Research Project Report (BDF 070002) sponsorship from the Beat Drugs Fund of Hong Kong Government,
  • Gu TG. (2008). Development of TCM International Education in Hong Kong. Education of Chinese Medicine, 27(3):58-61.
  • Suzuki SD, Gu TG. (1991). Evaluation of Physical Performance. Kidney and Dialysis, 31(6): 34-36.
  • Gu TG. (1987). Updated Studies about Dr Sun Si Miao. Journal of Shanxi TCM, (10):474-475, 445.
  • Gu TG. (1987). A Study on the Application of Dispersing Method in “Treatise on Febrile & Miscellaneous Diseases”. Journal of Fujian TCM, 18 (3):57-59.
  • Gu TG. (1986). A Study on the Clinical Experiences of the Well-known Doctor Wu Da in Qing Dynasty. Journal of Jiangsu TCM, 7 (8):37-38.
  • Gu TG. (1986). A Discussion of Intermittent Pulse in “The Classical of Emperor”. Journal of Chinese Medicine Education for overseas, 8 (6):23-24.
  • Gu TG. (1986). Three Analyses about “The Classical of Emperor”. Journal of Fujian TCM, 17 (3):61-62.
  • Gu TG. (1984). Herbal Treatment for Chronic Pulmonary Heart Diseases. Journal of Zhejiang TCM, 19 (12): 563-565.

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