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My disciplined line of research for more than two decades was in the management of pain; however, in the last decade my scholarship has expanded to include assessment of the efficacy, safety, and cost effectiveness of selected complementary health-enhancing modalities with particular emphasis on the role of individual differences in the efficacy of selected modalities. I founded and directed a Center for the Study of Complementary and Alternative Therapies at the University of Virginia for two decades (1993-2013), which had as its priority exploring complementary health-enhancing approaches within the context of rigorous science, educating and training graduate students and fellows, and disseminating evidence-based information to other professionals and to the public. I have conducted research within cancer populations and symptom management in a number of populations using therapeutic massage, pulsed electrical stimulation, and contemplative practices such as yoga, qigong, and meditation. My current research interests continue to be in selfl-symptom management using complementary health-enhancing therapies, including yoga in chronically ill patient populations, and the influence of behavioral interventions in self-management of type 2 diabetes mellitus. I am also co-investigator and mentor on a project investigating mild cranial electrical stimulation for symptom reduction in persons with restless legs syndrome (PI, Yost).
Complementary practices and products use including Mind-body and Bioelectromagnetic modalities; Clinical studies to address pain, anxiety, depression and sleep disturbances in multiple populations.
Tamara Fischer-White and Ann Gill Taylor*
Editorial: J Yoga Phys Ther 2016, 6: e121
Tamara G Fischer-White, Joel G Anderson, Janet E Lewis, Karen M Rose and Ann Gill Taylor
Review Article: J Yoga Phys Ther 2015, 5: 185
Ann Gill Taylor and Tamara G Fischer-White
Editorial: J Yoga Phys Ther 2014, 4: e117
Research Article: J Yoga Phys Ther 2014, 4: 174
Ann Gill Taylor, Pamela F Rodeheaver, Margarete DiBenedetto, Cheryl Bourguignon, Joel G Anderson and George T Gillies
Research Article: J Clin Trials 2014, 4: 169