Dr. Lisa Tully received her BA in Biology/Chemistry at Indiana University and obtained a PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the Indiana University School of Medicine. During her education, she studied extensively in the Medical Neurobiology Program and spent a summer in the Marine Biology Department at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Tully completed her Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Department of Dermatology at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She has several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals and has presented her research at international scientific conferences.
Dr. Tully is the founder of Energy Medicine Research Institute, whose mission is to assess the efficacy of vibrational medicine technologies and therapies. As the international field advisor for the National Foundation of Alternative Medicine, she attended international medical conferences, identifying and evaluating promising therapies. She continues to attend conferences to identify low cost and effective health products.
Being on the cutting edge of the newest technologies, she owned and operated a medical thermography business long before this protocol was recognized as the safest and more effective way for detecting breast cancer. She also operated a neurofeedback business. Dr. Tully is in constant demand as a highly knowledgeable science writer, consultant, researcher and fundraiser. Another important focus of her business now is overseeing independent clinical studies for companies needing verifiable results on their products to support marketing claims.
As a teacher and educator, Dr. Tully has taught Respiratory Therapy School, Dental School and Medical School Pharmacology. She has also trained students and technicians for laboratories that she worked in at the IU Medical School. Dr. Tully is the Founder of the Energy Medicine Research Institute and holds a degree of Pharmacology from the University of Indiana. She has a special interest in improving health care for Native Americans.
Dr. Tully has conducted research in the field of cancer, and is trained in Toxicology and Neuroscience. She has numerous publications and has received grants in the field of cancer research.