Anthony Rosner is a champion of interdisciplinary research methodology in the health sciences, having previously served as Director of Research and Education at the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research, Director of Research at the International College of Applied Kinesiology, Director of Research Initiatives at Parker University, Research Operations Manager at Harvard teaching hospitals, Department Administrator at Brandeis University, and Technical Director of clinical chemistry laboratories at Harvard’s Beth Israel Hospital and an affiliate of the Mayo Clinic. He was designated as Humanitarian of the Year in 2000 by the American Chiropractic Association and holds an honorary degree from the National University of Health Sciences. He obtained his Ph.D. from Harvard in Medical Sciences/Biochemistry, having recently served as a Research Director at Apex Energetics, Inc.
Certified doctor of homepathic medicine United States
Keith Scott-Mumby obtained his medical qualifications first in the UK (MB ChB), then an international MD. He is a certified doctor of homepathic medicine in the state of Nevada (HMD) and board-certified in chelation from the American College For The Advancement of Medicine. His doctorate thesis (Colombo) was an investigation of the non-material nature of substances.
He is author of over 20 books on holistic health, one-time associate professor of psychiatry at the former Capital University of Intergative Medicine and a member of the Nevada Homeopathic licensing Board.
Praxisklinik Ganzheitliche ZahnMedizin München Germany
Johann Lechner (PhD), Dentist and Naturopath.
Head of the Clinic for Integrative Dentistry in Munich, Germany since 1980. Member of executive board of DAH (German Association for Research on Disturbance Fields and Regulation) and since 1982 chairman of GZM (International Society for Holistic Dentistry). Besides extensive lecture and seminar activities in USA, Europe and China Lechner published numerous articles and hitherto nine books in German about Holistic Dentistry and Integrative Medicine. Lechner’s researches focus on silent inflammation in jawbone and the implication to systemic diseases. Further research suggest a critical attitude towards the use of X-rays as a sole imaging diagnostic tool for chronic inflammatory process in jawbone and for depicting “silent inflammation” in jawbone. 2010, 2013 ,2014 and 2015 six PubMed indexed scientific papers discussing immune messengers and hyperactivated signaling pathways by RANTES/CCL5 in jawbone and systemic interference have been accepted for publication. These studies done by Lechner are the first ones worldwide and contribute to generate the new field of Maxillo-Mandibular Osteoimmunology.