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Werner Absenger is a research scientist and Mind-Body Medicine (MBM) skills groups facilitator interested in using state-of-the-art imaging techniques and immunological assays, qualitative and mixed methods research to investigate MBM modalities.
As a MBM research scientist, he takes special interest in the study of the modulatory effects Clinical Hypnosis, Guided Imagery and MBM skills groups have on psychoneuroimmunology and the expression of tumorigenic cytokines in cancer patients.
Saybrook University San Francisco, CA ’14:
--Enrolled in the Mind-Body Medicine Ph.D. Program (Research Track)
University of Bridgeport Bridgeport, CT ’10:
--M. Sc. Human Nutrition
Everglades University Boca Raton, FL ’08:
--B.Sc. Alternative Medicine
Center for Mind Body Medicine Washington, DC:
-- CancerGuides® Seminar, ‘12 (Co-Sponsored by the Omega institute, Rhinebeck, NY)
-- Professional Mind-Body Medicine Training Program, ‘10
-- Advanced Mind-Body Medicine Training Program, ’11
Muskegon Community College Muskegon, MI:
--Pre-Med Biology and Chemistry
Dr. Herbert Spiegel Award, ’12 Best Poster, Saybrook University Poster Session “Hypnosis as a Non-Pharmaceutical Intervention to Keep the Tumorigenic Switch in the OFF Position?”
Absenger, W. (2012, April). Spukhafte Fernwirkung: Can Distant Healing Intentionality (DHI) Be Explained Through Imagery Induced Ultraweak Biophoton Emission, Qubits and Quantum Entanglement? Poster presented at the Center for Consciousness Studies’ 10th Biennial Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference, Tucson, AZ. Professional Memberships:
ISICR: International Society for Interferon & Cytokine Research
SCEH: Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis
The Society of Psychological Hypnosis Division 30 of APA
II: Imagery International
You can also visit Werner at www.wernerabsenger.com