EDWIN BOYLE, JR Medical Researcher/Advanced Diagnostic Applications Dr. Boyle has had over twenty years' experience as a medical researcher and is currently serving as the Director of Research at the Miami Heart Institute. Dr. Boyle's medical background includes assignments as a rotating intern at the Philadelphia General Hospital, Assistant Resident at Watts Hospital, Durham, North Carolina (Teaching Hospital of the University of North Carolina), and Resident at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville. He has also held a postdoctoral Fellow-ship at the National Heart Institute and was the Senior Clinical Investigator of the Metabolism section of that institution. Afterwards he became an established Investigator of the American Heart Association and the Director of the Lipid Metabolism Laboratory of the Medical College of South Carolina, where he was an Instructor in Medicine. He became an Associate in Medicine at the Medical College of South Carolina, and eventually Assistant Professor of Research-Medicine at that institution. In 1971, Dr. Boyle was appointed Clinical Voluntary Assistant Professor at the School of Medicine of the University of Miami in addition to his work at the Miami Heart Institute. Dr. Boyle has published or presented over fifty papers on aspects of lipids research and cardiovascular disease and has several others in preparation. He also lectured extensively on a wide variety of medical subjects. In his recent years Dr. Boyle has taken a special interest in researching the human psyche and its influence upon states of the physical body. Some of this research has included the study of gifted individuals who possess special sensory abilities and investigating such individuals by clinical methods employing hypnosis and EEGs, EKGs, myographs, plethysmographs and other laboratory apparatus. Dr. Boyle took his B.A. from the University of North Carolina in 1943, and his Certificate of Medicine in 1945. His M.D. is from the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Boyle is a member of many Medical Societies, including the Aldous Huxley Foundation, the American Association for the |Advancement of Science, several councils of the American I Heart Association, the American Medical Writers Association and the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is also a member of the Medical Electronics and Data Society, the New Horizons "Psychic) Research Foundation, the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, and the American Schizophrenia Association. DR. CHARLES R. BUFFLER Research Physicist 1 Dr. Buffler has over fifteen years' experience as a scientific researcher, primarily in the fields of magnetism and parapsychology. During and after a research assignment at Harvard, he conducted several experiments, which resulted in his "Spin Wave Analysis of Ferromagnetic Resonance" and other papers disseminated in the Journal of Applied Physics, the American Journal of Physics and various other scientific publications. Dr. Buffler's latest work is on the effects of weak or near zero magnetic fields on humans and on the theoretical aspects of microwave interactions with various materials.
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