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MS in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine Faculty    
This MS in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine builds on the strengths of the University in teaching and practicing Maharishi AyurVeda for the last 25 years, and its 25 years of NIH funded research in integrative medicine. The faculty includes physicians, researchers, and eminent Ayurvedic experts and clinicians, all with decades of experience.
Robert Keith Wallace, PhD    

Founding President, Maharishi University of Management • Dean, Maharishi College of Perfect Health • Chair, Department of Physiology and Health • Co-Director, PhD Program in Physiology • Co-Director, MS Program in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine • Professor, Physiology and Health • Director of Research (International), Maharishi University of Management • Doctorate of World Peace, Maharishi University of World Peace

Dr. Robert Keith Wallace is recognized as the pioneering researcher in the neurophysiology of higher states of consciousness. His research has been published in many journals including Scientific American and The American Journal of Physiology. Dr. Wallace’s research on the physiology of meditation opened the door for the study of the relationship between mind and body and its application in the field of behavioral medicine. After receiving his PhD in physiology at UCLA, he did postdoctoral research at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Wallace is the author of two books, The Neurophysiology of Enlightenment and The Physiology of Consciousness, and has lectured extensively in over 50 countries around the world.


Robert Schneider, M.D., FACC, FABMR    

Dean, Maharishi College of Perfect Health • Chair, Department of Physiology and Health • Co-Director, PhD Program in Physiology • Co-Director, MS Program in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine • Professor, Physiology and Health • Director, Institute for Natural Medicine and Prevention

Dr. Schneider is a physician researcher specializing in the field of natural medicine. For more than a decade, he and his collaborators have examined the efficacy of Maharishi AyurVeda and the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases, especially hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Dr. Schneider is one of the founding faculty of the Department of Physiology and Health, and a consultant to the National Institutes of Health and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on natural medicine.


Paul J. Morehead, PhD    

Associate Dean, Maharishi College of Perfect Health • Associate Chair, Department of Physiology and Health • Associate Director, MS Program in Maharishi AyurVeda and Integrative Medicine • Associate Assistant Professor, Physiology and Health

Dr. Morehead has nearly two decades of experience in developing and teaching courses in Maharishi AyurVeda and Vedic Science. Courses taught by Dr. Morehead include: Maharishi Self-PulseTM Reading; Maharishi YogaTM Asanas; and Diet, Digestion, and Nutrition. He has been a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation program since 1973.

Suhas Kshirsagar, M.D. (AyurVeda)    

Adjunct Associate Professor, Maharishi AyurVeda • Board Member, National Ayurvedic Medical Association

Hemant Gupta, M.D. (AyurVeda)    
Adjunct Associate Professor, Maharishi AyurVedaFounder and Director, Shree Ma Ayurveda Institute & Wellness Centre Inc.
Jim Davis, D.O.    
Clinical Director, MUM Maharishi AyurVeda Health Center • Adjunct Associate Professor, Physiology and Health
Stuart Rothenberg, M.D.    
Adjunct Associate Professor, Physiology and HealthCo-director, Maharishi AyurVeda Association of America
Nancy Lonsdorf, M.D.    
Adjunct Associate Professor, Physiology and Health
 
 
 
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