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Higher Synthesis unites all three projects covering my work as a pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist, researcher, and public intellectual with a deep commitment to regenerating our planet's health and intelligence.

Higher Synthesis Health, my small private clinical practice, aims to move from fragmented healthcare to synthesis, and to engage in collaborative practice-based, treatment-guided research.

Higher Synthesis Works houses my writing, speaking, publication and other activities, with the aim of showing that higher synthesis indeed works.

Projects

The Higher Synthesis Foundation is making progress in fulfilling its mission.

  • We are in dialog with a growing number of innovative clinicians about how to implement practice-based research specific to their approaches and feasible within the constraints and demands of running a practice.
  • We have several focus groups building content for an electronic medical record that will synthesize linkage across practices and customizability for unique features of practices.
  • A postdoctoral fellow, Ya Wen PhD,  has been hired by the foundation to support this work and also to do pathbreaking intellectual work synthesizing genetics and metabolism, with papers in preparation and one published April 2016 in PLOS ONE; see Publications page.

We welcome new partners in our endeavors.

Projects

Gifted Clinicians / Transformative Treatments / Sensitive Measures Project

Formerly called Treatment-Guided Research Initiative and Practice-Based Research Networks, this project aims to generate treatment-based evidence for complex, dynamical, multi-targeted individualized treatment approaches

Documenting Hope Project

Step 1: Heal the Children.

We are providing fourteen children who have autism, ADHD or other seemingly intractable conditions with resources that look beyond what the conventional western medical paradigm has offered thus far. Our program’s direct and comprehensive support for these children and their families will span eighteen months.

Step 2: Document Success.

We are documenting the children’s progress and inviting the world to witness what occurs. We are producing a powerful feature-length film that explores the environmental factors that contributed to their illnesses as well as the healing modalities that got them better.

Step 3: Develop Best Practices.

We are working with leading physicians and scientists to develop a set of best practices that will improve the standard treatment of these illnesses. We are capturing scientific and metabolic data that that will assist other health professionals as well as the general public. Learn more about our research goals here.

Step 4: Spread the Word.

We are sharing this message of hope with the world:  Children can get better, and illness can be prevented. Let us show you how.