Research and Teaching Experience



Chairman of a non-profit research organization: Enderlein Research and Education Inst.

Purpose: Investigation of the pathogenicity of cell-wall deficient forms found in the blood. New research. Full laboratory for microscopical and computer image analysis, as well as microbiological investigations.

Possibility of Remote Viewing of Geographical Locations by an Extraordinary Sense.

Univ. Ca. Davis Dept. of Psychology, Davis, CA, Charles Tart, Ph.D. co-director
1978 - 1979

Joint research in Biological Medication preparation and water-structure utilizing Kirlian high-voltage photography.

Associated with the Inst. of Ray Research, Salzburg, Austria under Peter Kokoschinegg. Ph.D. and Margarita Kokoschinegg, M.D.
1990 - 1991

Cerebrovascular Accidents and the use of Barbiturates to Determine Extent of Ischemia following Stroke.

Chief surgical assistant. UC Davis School of Medicine, Dept. of Neurosurgery, Davis, CA, Guy Corkill M.D., F.R.C.S. project director.
1974 - 1977

Biological Medicine, Research associate with Occidental Institute, Vancouver, Canada.

Associative regulative biological pathways associated with the administration of Homeopathic and Chinese herbal medications.
1986 – 1988

Effects of Arousal States on the Hippocampal Cell Populations in the Rat Brain.

UCLA Brain Research Institute, Center for the Health Sciences, Los Angeles, CA Fredrick Abraham, Ph.D. project co-director.
1972 - 1974

Introduction of electronic and biological medicine to the People's Republic of China.

In cooperation with Shanghai Medical University, techniques practiced in the U.S. and Europe for the investigation of the electrodermal changes in clinical medicine were explored.
1987 – 1988

Comparisons of Kirlian High Voltage photographic methods with States of Consciousness and Health.

UCLA Center for the Health Sciences, Los Angeles, CA Thelma Moss, Ph.D. co-director
1972 - 1973

Animal and Human Studies of Therapeutic Endoscopy including endoscopic control of Gastrointestinal Bleeding.

Research Physiologist. Veterans Administration and the UCLA Dept. of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA Dennis Jensen, M.D. project co-director.
1980 - 1983


Regulation Thermography Clinical Lectures, Paracelsus Hospital, Switzerland Thomas Rau, M.D., director.

Continuing clinical lectures on clinical signatures of disease by Regulation Thermography

Clinical Advisor and Instructor to acupuncture medicine interns

San Francisco College of Medical Acupuncture, San Francisco, CA
1984 - 1985

Darkfield Microscopy according to Enderlein, for PleoSanum, Inc. Glendale Arizona

Leading workshops in clinical applications of Heel and Sanum products according to hematological signatures.

Primary Instructor in Practical Aspects of Gastrointestinal Hemeostasis by Laser Endoscopy

Physician's course for laser and non-laser endoscopic methods for control of gastrointestinal bleeding. Dennis Jensen, M.D. theoretical and primary medical director. Wadsworth VA Hospital, Los Angeles, CA

Spagyric Science lectures, Gaia Herbs and Independent Seminars

Herbal pharmacy and chemical manufacture of non-toxic herbal products

Cook County Hospital, Gastroenterology Division, Chicago, Ill.

Instructor and assistant to course for physicians in laser endoscopy. Peter Bright-Asare, M.D., principal coordinator.

Hematological evaluation of factors leading to chronic disorders.

Teaching international seminars in Ireland, Austria, Australia (with Hans Nieper).
1995 – 1996

California Acupuncture College

Instructor for history of medicine and medical terminology. Los Angeles, CA
1980 – 1982

Bicoastal seminars in hematological microscopy and videomicroscopy.

Teaching of 160 physicians for the technique of living hematological microscopictechniques (Enderlein and Linke, Sklenar) and photostain techniques.
1992 - 1994

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