Suzanna Zick is a Research Investigator, Department of Family Medicine, University of Michigan Integrative Medicine
Dr. Zick works in association with other members of the education team to provide expertise on various areas of complementary and alternative medicine content. These areas include herbal medicine, Alternative Medical Systems, homeopathy and holistic nutrition. She also assists in teaching various medical and nursing school classes as well as several modules of the Faculty Scholars Program (FSP). Dr. Zick received her bachelor degree in biology and anthropology from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She then pursued a master's degree in medical anthropology from Michigan State University before moving to Portland, Oregon where she received her naturopathic degree from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Zick also has received her Masters of Public Health in epidemiology from the University of Michigan. She started practicing naturopathy in Ann Arbor in 1997 and helped to found the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Center (CAMRC) at the University of Michigan. Dr. Zick presently focuses on botanical medicine and cancer prevention research.