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European Coalition on Homeopathic & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products


Cutting Edge Research: 2nd International Homeopathy Research Conference

May 21, 2015

Full details of the programme for the conference ‘Cutting Edge Research in Homeopathy,’ to take place in Rome 5-7 June, are now available on-line. This is the second International Homeopathy Research Conference, organised by Homeopathy Research Institute. It will bring together the best research talent and most respected academics in this field from around the world.

The programme is dedicated solely to high-end, robust scientific research. It will showcase the very best of new homeopathy research from around the world, resulting in a diverse programme with presentations on clinical research, disease prevention, fundamental research, laboratory-based research, pathogenetic trials and veterinary research.

Key note speakers include:

Clinical Research

  • Prof Jennifer Jacobs, University of Washington, USA – Homeopathic treatment of respiratory illnesses in children: Results from two randomized trials
  • Dr Klaus von Ammon, University of Bern, Switzerland - Contribution of clinical observations to the discovery of mode of action of homeopathic medicines
  • Dr Robert Mathie, British Homeopathic Association, UK - Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised, placebo-controlled, trials of individualised homeopathic treatment

Experimental research

  • Prof Dr Paolo Bellavite, Verona University, Italy - Basic research on homeopathic principles
  • Prof Lucietta Betti, University of Bologna, Italy - Different approaches in homeopathic basic research: plant-based bioassays and evaporation-induced crystallization
  • Prof Dra Silvana Marques de Araújo, Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Brazil - Exploring the model of murine infection by Trypanosoma cruzi to investigate treatment with highly diluted drugs: the influence of Lycopodium clavatum or Phosphorus in Wistar rats.

The conference will include oral presentations, poster talks and a poster session. The pre-conference workshop programme has also recently been announced – it will be on the topic  ‘Harmonising proving guidelines.’

Presentations will be in English, with simultaneous Italian translation throughout the conference.