Energy Medicine Research Institute

Energy Medicine Research Institute performs scientific consulting for many types of businesses. The founder, Dr. Lisa Tully PhD, identifies, evaluates and sets up distribution channels for innovative health technologies and products that have been proven effective.

Dr Lisa Tully PhD

 

Lisa Tully received her PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Tully has several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals and has presented her research at international scientific conferences. Dr. Tully is currently on the Scientific Advisory Board of several companies and non-profit organizations. Over the past decade, Dr. Tully has attended hundreds of health, medical and natural product conferences and has an extensive network of opinion leaders in the integrative health arena. She performs research consulting and does peer reviews of research. Dr. Tully identifies and evaluates innovative health technologies and products for various companies. Dr. Tully is founder of the Energy Medicine Research Institute (EMRI), whose primary mission is to assess the efficacy of vibrational medicine technologies and therapies. The EMRI specializes in assisting companies in the integrative health and natural product arenas to obtain clinical trials to support marketing claims.

 

1997-1998      Postdoctoral Fellowship

                       Indiana University School of Medicine

                       Department of Dermatology

                       Indianapolis, IN

 

1991-1996      Ph.D. Pharmacology and Toxicology

                       Indiana University School of Medicine

                       Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

                       Indianapolis, IN

 

1985-1986       Medical Neurobiology Program

                        Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

                        Indianapolis, IN

 

1979-1985      Bachelor of Arts

                       Biology/Chemistry

                       Indiana University Southeast

                       New Albany, IN

 

1984               Summer Research Program in Marine Biology

                       University of Texas at Austin

                       Port Aransas, TX

 

Grants and Awards

1996               Second place winner of Sigma Xi Student Competition

1996               K. K. Chen Fellowship in Pharmacology and Toxicology ($1500)

1995               American Heart Association Predoctoral Grant Renewal  ($15,000)

1995               Winner of Paradise Annual Student Competition

1994               American Heart Association Predoctoral Grant ($13,000)

1991               Indiana University Fellowship ($10,000)

1984               University of Texas Scholariship (tuition and board for summer course)

1979               National Merit Scholarship

1979               Lion's Club Scholarship