Dr. Barry Kerzin on Science, Meditation, and Health





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Published on May 2, 2016

In this interview with Ven. Dr. Barry Kerzin, Sangeeta Bansal talks with him about the impact of meditation on health and the interface between science and Buddhism.

Ven. Dr. Barry Kerzin is a Buddhist monk, teacher, and medical doctor. He is the Founder and President of Altruism in Medicine Institute, the Chairman of Human Values Institute, Japan, Honorary Professor at The University of Hong Kong, and former Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle.

He has completed many short and long meditation retreats over the last 28 years, including a 3-year retreat. At the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Princeton University, he was a subject for research on long-term meditators. This research has been published in the leading neuroscience journals in the world.

Check out his interview with us and more at www.buddhistdoor.net.

Edited by Chandiraj Dahal


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