Paul Doesburg (Blackpool, UK, 1968), 1992 BSc Medical Biotechnology, worked from 1992 - 2001 at NIZO food research, the Erasmus University, and the Radboud University Nijmegen on protein - DNA interactions. From 2001 to 2009 he worked at the Louis Bolk Institute, Dept. of Health-care and Nutrition on the standardization, validation and application of the crystallisation fingerprint method. In 2009 he contributed to the project 'Development of a biocrystallization method for examining effects of homeopathic preparations on germinating cress seeds' (download pdf 8Mb). In 2010 he started a private company, Crystal Lab, aimed towards a further scientific acceptance and application of the crystallisation fingerprint method within a European context. Since 2010 he is member of the board of the King Fisher Foundation, a Dutch foundation for phenomenology and Goethean science. In 2016 he co-authored the book 'Barstensvol leven; een pleidooi voor vitale voeding' which focuses on vital food from a systemic perspective; it's relation to resilience; new research methodologies that address this aspect of food; a new concept of health which emphasizes resilience and makes a direct link feasible between vital food and health; and the policy implications with respect to the production of vital food and the development of (high-tech) sustainable agriculture. In 2011 he contributed to a homeopathic follow-up project which formed the basis for his present doctoral study. Since 2017 he is a PhD candidate (Dr. rer. Medic.) at the University Witten-Herdecke (D) under supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Heusser and PD Dr. Stephan Baumgartner on the project 'Effects of heating and electromagnetic radiation on potentised preparations of Stannum metallicum, as examined in a cress seedling / biocrystallization test system'.

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