Interviews with A Top Research Scientist in Homeopathy- Dr. Iris Bell

The National Center for Homeopathy features new interviews with Dr. Iris Bell MD, Phd who comes with top credentials in research science.

“Dr. Bell graduated with an AB degree in biology from Harvard University, magna cum laude. She then received her PhD in Neuro- and Biobehavioral Sciences and her MD from Stanford University. After completing her psychiatry residency at the University of California – San Francisco, Dr. Bell served as a faculty member at the University of California – San Francisco and, later, at Harvard Medical School. She is board-certified in psychiatry, with added qualification in geriatric psychiatry.

She has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, as well as over a dozen book chapters, and a monograph on environmental chemical sensitivity. She has received grant funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and numerous private foundations on topics ranging from nutrition in dementia and depression to the neurobiology of environmental illness to individual difference predictors of excellent outcomes during classical homeopathic treatment.

Dr. Bell is currently Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, Medicine, Family & Community Medicine, and Public Health as well as Director of Research for the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She also directs an NIH-funded T32 Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Training Grant for predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows.

In this interview, research scientist and Professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Dr. Bell continues to discuss research in homeopathy.  Dr. Bell answers the key questions “Is there evidence that homeopathy works?” and “Is homeopathy biologically active?”.

Dr. Bell also highlights the key differences between the “properties” of homeopathic medicine and conventional medicine. She says, “The evidence coming from multiple laboratories, multiple technologies and multiple investigators overwhelming demonstrates that homeopathy demonstrates biological activity.  Further, plausibility is addressed by ground breaking research in material science.”

Click here to listen to the interviews.

5 Responses

  1. […] Iris R. Bell, MD PhD fromThe University of Arizona proposes that homeopathic remedies are nanoparticles. We are now in the realms of quantum physics. Scientists have been looking at chemical effects rather than quantum physics until now to ether explain or discredit homeopathy depending on their standpoint. […]

  2. […] Interviews with A Top Research Scientist in Homeopathy- Dr. Iris Bell […]

  3. I would very much like to listen to the interview referred to at the bottom of page but the link is broken. Is there someone who can dig up the interview link for me? This is the only place I’ve found any mention of it.

    I’ve been using homeopathy for 41 years and am still running into ignorance on the subject. I’ve got a friend who seems intelligent in every other way, but will not listen to reason on this. He is slightly swayed by degrees and such, so I was hoping this might get through.

  4. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I’ll see what I can do. Yes, it seems that individuals make very strong emotional decisions about homeopathy yet relate their decision to “rationalism” and “science”.

  5. Thank you, hoping your successful.

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