Pam is a thought leader in mind-body science and research literacy. Pam received her Ph.D. in Cognitive Sciences from the University of California, Irvine. Her post-doctoral work at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute involved evaluating the therapeutic benefits of yoga for individuals with severe vision loss, who are at risk for falls and experience diminished quality of life. During her 12+ years in academia, Pam published several peer-reviewed articles, presented at professional conferences and community-based groups and received recognition for her work in mind-body science. Additionally, Pam served as Adjunct Faculty at the Maryland University of Integrative Health for 3 years, where she taught research literacy and academic publishing practices for Integrative Health graduate students. Pam also works as a consultant and writes about evidence-informed yoga practices for Yoga Therapy Today and the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Her current focus as founder of The Science Sutras is to with actualize better client outcomes through research literacy and information. Pam promotes research literacy in the mind-body community by empowering mind-body practitioners with tools to develop an evidence-informed practice. The Science Sutras lies at the nexus of research and practice.
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