Hear from the experts
At the HRI conferences held in Barcelona in June 2013 and Rome in June 2015, we gathered together some of the biggest names in homeopathy research from around the world, in a forum of intensive collaboration.
We took advantage of this opportunity to interview these researchers, giving us a rare insight into the fascinating work they are doing and the stories behind their cutting edge research.
Prof Giovanni Dinelli, University of Bologna, Italy
Investigating use of homeopathic medicines in agriculture. Dinelli explains why he switched careers from developing herbicides to working with ‘agrohomeopathy’, plus the challenges faced by scientists wanting to conduct rigorous research into homeopathy.
Read Prof Dinelli’s research on homeopathic treatment of arsenic-poisoned wheat seedlings.
Dr Elizabeth Thompson, consultant physician in palliative care, UK
Trial design challenges in homeopathic medical research.
Read Dr Thompson’s research in breast cancer patients.
Dr Peter Fisher, Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine UK
Tackling multimorbidity, polypharmacy and resistance to antibiotics with homeopathy
Dr Concepcion Campa Huergo, Finlay Institute, Cuba
The creator of a conventional meningitis B vaccine explains her passion for homeopathy
Read about the large-scale use of a homeopathic preparation to protect Cubans from a leptospirosis epidemic.
Dr Stephan Baumgartner, University of Bern, Switzerland
Research comparing homeopathy with conventional medicine.
Read some of Dr Baumgartner’s own research here.
Jeremy Sherr, Homeopath and researcher, Israel and Tanzania
30 years of work in the field of homeopathy, with a focus on provings
Read about Jeremy Sherr’s work to test whether proving symptoms are reproducible and recognisable.
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43 individual speaker presentations from the HRI Rome conference are now available online. Select single films for £1-3 each, pick a research-themed playlist or buy the complete Rome ‘boxset’ for only £50. Our thanks go to the presenters for making this possible to raise much-needed funds for HRI. Presentations by Dr Steven Cartwright, Dr Peter Fisher and Dr Robert Mathie can be viewed free of charge.
The best researchers from around the world presented their latest findings at our inaugural conference. 40 individual presentations on experimental, clinical and veterinary homeopathy research are now available to view online free of charge.