2008 Award Recipient:
Randy Jirtle, PhD

Randy Jirtle is director of the Laboratory of Epigenetics and Imprinting at Duke University and is a professor of radiation oncology at the school's medical center.

His groundbreaking research with agouti mice has revealed that a mother's diet during pregnancy can influence gene expression in her offspring by altering the epigenome.


The 2008 Epigenetic Medicine Award Ceremony

May 29th and 30th, 2008

Join Bruce Lipton, Donna Eden, David Feinstein , Gary Craig and many others for a two day celebration of the magic of energy in healing!

On May 29 and 30, 2008, in Los Angeles, leaders in energy medicine and energy psychology will come together for workshops teaching some of the most advanced healing methods available today.
On May 29 there will be a special award ceremony honoring a pioneering researcher in the field of Epigenetics (the control of genes from outside the cell) and a gala reception and presentation of the first annual Epigenetic Medicine award. To register, and participate in making medical history, as well as learning some of the most remarkable health breakthroughs available, please visit this page.

The Hope and Future of Medicine
is unveiled in an amazing ceremony in Los Angeles May 29th, 2008. Collaboration of the different branches of Mind /Body Medicine has become real in the emerging field of Epigenetics, the study of what controls the expression of genes.

Our celebration of collaboration is centered around the Epigenetic Medicine Award, "Epi",and this years' honoree Dr. Randy Jirtle of Duke University. But the event is so much more, with sponsorship from prestigious groups representing many different disciplines, this event features two days of the leading breakthroughs in energy and healing.

You can influence and change the expression of your genes, and in fact you do that every day.

Are you ready for the brilliant future that lies ahead of you? Help us in our mission to raise awareness of our power to influence our health. Help us raise money to further Epigenetic Research.

Help us be an example of the Future and Hope of medicine.

Day 1: Thursday, opens with a class with Donna Eden and David Feinstein,Ph.D., "Energy Medicine, Bringing it into Medicine". The Award presentation Ceremony follows from 7PM till 10 PM, with Bruce Lipton,Ph.D., Dr Randy Jirtle,Ph.D., the 2008 Award Recipient, and Donna Eden.

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph D.

Donna Eden

David Feinstein

Dr. Gregory J. Nicosia

Day 2: Friday follows with a award winning group of presenters introducing practical applications of Energy Psychology. Meet the non-physical elements of being human. Explore the balance you can gain through being centered in your Biofield. Learn how to activate the healing power of the meridian pathways as you feel the negative aspects of your life experiences melt away. Experience the wellbeing that arises through with the flowing movement of energy through the Chakra centers as you transform negative life beliefs and ingrained patterns of behavior. Learn the basics of Energy Psychology to help yourself and others from key leaders and originators in the field including Gary Craig, Tapas Fleming, David Gruder, Paula Shaw, and Greg Nicosia.

Gary Craig

Tapas Fleming

Paula Shaw

Dr. David S. Gruder

The event will raise funds for epigenetic research to further our understanding of many ways to affect our health epigenetically

These include:

  1. The Iraq Vets Stress Project. This project studies the biochemistry of stress in Iraq veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder or PTSD, and brief treatments that have been scientifically demonstrated to dramatically improve their physical and psychological health. More at www.StressProject.org

  2. The Clinical Case History Database. This database, compliant with National Institutes of Health (NIH) standards for case history reporting, aggregates cases of remission and healing using Energy Psychology methods. www.CaseHistoryDatabase.org

  3. The Effects of Healing Emotional Trauma on Physical Function. This study examines shifts in pain and physical function that accompany the resolution of major emotional traumas in an individual's life.

  4. Seed Grant Funding for Research through ACEP, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. This innovative program provides seed grants of $3,000 to $10,000 for studies that advance the field of Energy Psychology. Proposals are reviewed annually, and the ACEP research committee works actively with grant recipients to ensure a high quality of research.



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