Neuroscience Research Group

Stan Koren

  • Creator of the DAC (digital-to-analogue converter) systems for generating complex magnetic fields.
  • Primary Interests: Complex and imaginary numbers; chaos systems; applications of quantum theory to macroscopic levels.
  • Current Research: Measurement and description of "the electromagnetic soup" in the contemporary living environment; development of new geometries for application of weak complex magnetic fields.
 

David Webster

  • Dr. David Webster is the Medical Director of Nuclear Cardiology and General Nuclear Medicine of the Sudbury Regional Hospital, President of the Ontario Nuclear Medicine Association, A Member of the Royal Quality Assurance Board for the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Fully Qualified for interpretation of Positron Emission Tomography. One of his specialties is detecting and treating thyroid cancer. Dr. Webster's interest in consciousness has resulted in innovative integrations of philosophy, quantum mechanics, nuclear medicine, and brain function.
 

Rod O'Connor

  • Discoverer: alpha-1 receptor antagonist source of the synergism of hypothermia in seized restrained rats; geomagnetic intensity increments and sudden infant death.
  • Primary interests: SIDs, molecular biology of magnetic field effects, NO mechanisms, mitochondria and complex magnetic fields
  • H.B.Sc., Behavioural Neuroscience: Hypothermia following the synergism of lithium/pilocarpine-induced seizures, prazosin, and restraint in the rat.
  • M.Sc., Biology: Geomagnetic correlations with SIDs and experimental simulation in rats.
  • Ph.D. (at Cambridge): Molecular and Signalling Biology
 

Linda St-Pierre

 
  • Primary interests: the biological bases of aggression; the effects of complex magnetic fields on long term potentiation (LTP); experimental induction of pseudocyesis; development of novel histological techniques; clinical neuropsychological assessment and interpretations; multivariate statistics
  • Current Research: Isolating molecular tags in brain tissue that optimally discern the effects of complex magnetic fields.
 

Quoc Hao Mach

  • Primary Interests: Artificial Intelligence; the relationship between biological systems, Darwinian selection, and computer-based algorithms; computer software
 

Vivien Hoang

  • Primary interests: pharmacological interactions with closed head injuries; putative treatments for traumatic brain injuries; laboratory models of closed head injuries
 

Paul Whissell

  • Primary interests: Developmental Effects of Protein and Electromagnetic Fields, Nitric Oxide Modulation and Addiction.
 

Phil Evans

  • Primary interests: behavioural and morphological correlates of brain damage; therapeutic targets of brain damage from various etiologies; histology
 

Mathew Hunter

  • Primary interests: Epilepsy
 

Bryce Mulligan

  • Primary interests: Bryce is interested in people, specifically in their interactions with one another, and in the impact of other (both human and non-human) stimuli on these people and said interactions. He is also interested in the ontogenetic and autobiographical histories of these same people.
 

Hsia-Pai Patrick Wu

  • Primary interests: TLE epileptogenic pathway under the lithium/pilocarpine level; effects of complex, weak magnetic fields on pain, consciousness, and paranormal experience
 

Jing Hu

  • Primary interests: inhibiting cancer with electromagnetic fields; melanoma; effects of nitric oxide and electromagnetic fields and their effects on cerebellar cell systems
 

Samantha Kinoshameg

  • Primary interests: demyelinating diseases; seizure mechanisms.
 

Eric Tsang

  • Primary interests: emotions; treatment of emotions and depression with complex magnetic fields; electromagnetic correlates of consciousness; quantitative electroencephalographic activity.
 

Loren Martin

  • Primary interests: neuropharmacology, isolating optimal parameters for complex magnetic fields that produce analgesia.
 

Wudu Lado

  • Primary interests: neuropharmacology, brain injury and regeneration.
 

Mathieu Dupont

  • Primary interests: neurohistology; cytology following perinatal exposure to SIDs-simulated fields; mathematical generation of complex magnetic field patterns; interactions between complex magnetic fields and early exposures to geomagnetic activity.
 

Julie Charette

  • Primary interests: anoxia and hypoxia; early exposures to stress; memory; L-Name induced terads.
 

Nicolas Booth

  • Primary interests: consciousness; parapsychological phenomena; experimental simulation of "remote viewing".

Michael Galic

  • Primary interests: limbic seizure mechanisms, sex differences in seizure onset time; geomagnetic correlates; sucrose consumption and hormonal factors; changes in taste during pregnancy.
 

Jude Delparte

  • Primary Interests: addiction processes; use of complex magnetic fields to simulate addictive substances for purposes of rehabilitation.
  • H.B.Sc. Behavioural Neuroscience: Morphine consumption following exposures to burst-firing magnetic fields that produce analgesia.
 

Don Hill

  • Previous Host of Tapestries on CBC Radio 1; producer/director of several television documentaries; investigative journalist.
  • Primary Interests: Integration of science and religion; isolation of the fundamental processes that mediate spiritual experiences and beliefs in human beings; sources of creativity.
 


Todd Murphy

  • Creator: Shakti technology; first to employ WEB access data bases and reporting systems for monitoring daily effects of transcerebral stimulation.
  • Primary Interests: Tibetan Buddhism; the use of complex magnetic fields applied through the brain to induce spiritual experiences and develop the individual's potential.
 

Lee Stewart

  • Primary Interests: limbic seizures; biochemical markers in the brain for seizures; behavioral correlates of limbic seizures; synaptic plasticity and regeneration.
  • H.B.Sc. Behavioural Neuroscience: Behavioural and neurohistological correlates of lithium-pilocarpine, seizure-induced brain damage.
  • M.Sc., Biology: Effects of post seizure treatment with ketamine, prasozin, or acepromazine on nociceptive thresholds, conditioned taste aversion, fear conditioning and multifocal brain injury.
  • Ph.D., Neuroscience (U.W.O.) Intracerebral chemical and histological changes associated with various models of epilepsy.
 

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