Dr Alexander Tournier discusses the difficulties faced with homeopathy research, and HRI's role in developing the evidence base.
Dr Tournier has a 1st class degree in Physics from Imperial College, and a Master in Advanced Study in Theoretical Physics (a.k.a. part III) from Cambridge University. He wrote his PhD on the biophysics of water-protein interactions at the University of Heidelberg in Germany.
Alexander worked for 10 years at Cancer Research UK (5th institute worldwide for molecular biology) as a researcher working on problems at the interface between biology, physics and mathematics before founding the Homeopathy Research Institute in 2007.
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