DR. MARSHALL F. GILULA is an MD with extensive training and experience in both Psychiatry and Neurology as well as Neurophysiology (EEG). He has taught both Psychiatry and Neurology to medical students and housestaff, and was the first listed editor of the Journal of Holistic Medicine that was published by Human Sciences Press. Dr. Gilula has had extensive experience in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and owns a small recording studio in Miami, where he has produced the CYBERDOCtv music and other compositions.
Life Energies Research Institute, Inc. (LERI) is a non-profit research foundation which has been operating under the direction of Marshall F. Gilula, M.D. since 1970. LERI was incorporated in the state of Florida in 1980. Federal tax-exempt status was granted on January 9, 1981 under Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code. Dr. Gilula is a board-certified psychiatrist, a board certified neurological subspecialist (Neurophysiology/EEG), and a diplomate in Biofeedback Therapy, and a certified Instructor in Neurotherapy and Biofeedback. Dr. Gilula's personal website at http://www.mindspring.com/~mgilula lists current and past projects of LERI, the nonprofit charitable entity.
His research experience includes being a US-USSR International Exchange Scientist in 1978 (Moscow) and receiving the 1981 (Tokyo) Motoyama-Ben Tov Award. Dr. Gilula became a NeXT Registered Developer in 1990. He has been a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Institute of Hearthmath. His private research in Miami involves psychiatry, EEG, and research neurology within a framework of complementary and alternative medicine. Since 1999, he has been at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital for over three years in the Neurology Department (Epilepsy/EEG Fellow) and two years in the Anesthesiology Department, UM-JMH Center for Patient Safety.
Beginning in December 2004, he has investigated the EPFX-QXCI-SCIO cybernetic technology initially developed over 25 years ago by noted NASA scientist, Bill Nelson. At the University of Miami, he has studied Cerebral Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) as a safer alternative to medications for anxiety and depression. He also is interested in the psychosocial aspects of epilepsy, noninvasive neuromedical approaches to the comorbid depression found in epilepsy and chronic pain patients, and noninvasive, safe cybernetic technologies such as the EPFX-QXCI-SCIO that may one day overshadow many current methods of diagnosis and treatment for ultimate healing.
IONA MILLER is a writer, Jungian hypnotherapist, and multimedia science-artist with decades of experience in biofeedback, with both wetware and hardware. Working with Dr. Stanley Krippner (Dream Telepathy; Personal Mythology; The Realms of Healing; Healing States; Dreamworking) as mentor, developing innovative process therapies rooted in chaos theory at Asklepia gave her a healthy respect for shamanic healing and nonlocal phenomena. See http://chaosophy.50megs.com
Her interests include the interface of psyche and matter in the mindbody connection, the holographic concept of reality, psychosomatics, biophysics, bioholography, and nonlocal healing. She has pursued this vocation lately with some of the world's foremost pioneers in quantum physics and biophysics at Emergent Mind and The Journal of Nonlocal & Remote Mental Interactions (JNLRMI). See http://emergentmind.org and
A Transdisciplinary writer, Iona has a vast web presence with multiple portals she calls Ionatopia. She writes Future Science for Nexus Magazine. Rather than a point particle, she considers her existence an indeterminate wave of consciousness smeared cotemporaneously across the whole global mindscape and timeline. She fully inhabits the post-quantum Multiverse. Living nonlocally online has given her a unique perspective on astral travel, remote viewing, and clairvoyance. Spreading across several continents and time zones at once, she isn't IN her body often enough to have an out-of-body experience. As a web-weaver, she has cast her net broad and deep.