Qigong Research and Practice Rubik, Chow, Qin, Tsuei et al.

Rustum Roy, PhD, Chair; Shin Lin, PhD, Co-Chair Presentation 1: Water: The Most Important--and much ignored--Vector in Human Health Rustum Roy, PhD, Founding Director of Materials Research Lab & Evan Pugh; Professor of Materials at Pennsylvania State University Presentation 2: Elucidation of Cellular Mechanisms Mediating Electrotherapy of Wound Healing Michael Cho, PhD, Associate Professor & Chair of Bioengineering at University of Illinois, member of the NCCAM Think Tank, and an expert on how electromagnetic fields can affect the human body at the tissue, cellular and molecular levels. Presentation 3: Study of The Six-Sound Qigong and Physiological Effects of Respiration Methods of Inner Qigong An active experiential session of the Six-Sound Qigong. Chao Liu, PhD – Japan Presentation 4: National Expert Meeting on Qi Gong and Tai Chi Consensus Report Roger Jahnke, OMD, Medicine Health Action Clinic, Santa Barbara, CA. Leader of the National Expert Meeting at the University of Illinois with the National Council of Aging. Presentation 5: Best Taiji Practices—Evidence Based Traditional Curriculum Yang Yang, PhD, Tai Chi Master, Department of Kinesiology at University of Illinois. Presentation 6: Measuring Energy Flow Along The Meridians Before and After Qigong Using the EMAS (Electro-Meridian Analysis System) Beverly Rubik, PhD, President of Institute for Frontier Science, Oakland, CA; biophysicist, leading frontier scientist, educator and holistic practitioner specializing in subtle energies & energy medicine; and professor at Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, OH. Presentation 7: Scientific Evidence for the Benefits of Qigong and Mind-Body Functions Shin Lin, PhD, Professor of Cell Biology, Physiology and Biomedical Engineering, Director, International Alliance on Mind-Body Signaling and Energy Research, University of California at Irvine.