2014 Poster Session

1st ANNUAL POSTER SESSION

2014

We would like to thank symposium attendees for taking time to identify their winning poster! Special thanks go out to Amanda Crawford, Brigitte Mars & Lesley Tierra for their focus, enthusiasms and knowledge in making awards.

Much went on to make this "return of the poster session" happen. In particular, thanks go out to Leslie Alexander, Addie McDermott, Gloria Black Anders, Heather Lee Houdek, Mimi Hernandez and council members.

The 2014 Poster Session Awards went to:

The People's Choice & for Contribution to Knowledge
Herbal Root Zine as a Medium for Teaching Our Youth, The Herbalists of Tomorrow
Kristine Brown, info@herbalrootszine.com

 

Clinical & Practical Usefulness
Arnica: Friend or Foe
Jillian Carnrick, thedancingherbalist@gmail.com

 

Content
Uterine Contractility States and Herbal Therapeutics
Lena DeGloma, lena@redmoonwellness.com

 

Presentation
Scutellaria baicalensis (huang qin), a known anti inflammatory agent that also facilitates psychological integration.
Ruth Rosenblatt, ruth@considertheliliesherbals.com


 
There were many interesting and varied contributions. Readers may wish to contact not only winners to find out more about their works, but other presenters too. In entirety, these herbalists include:

Parts Making A Whole: Components Of A Clinical Herbalism Education
Bevin Clare, bevinclare@gmail.com

Herbal Medicine & the Endothelial Glycocalyx: A Report On Research By Peters et al. (2012)
Camille Freeman, cfreeman@muih.edu

The Healing Properties of Baltic Amber
Gail Faith Edwards, gailea88@gmail.com

Salve, Gel, or Cream. Oh My!
Jillian Carnrick, thedancingherbalist@gmail.com

Arnica: Friend or Foe
Jillian Carnrick, thedancingherbalist@gmail.com

Fifteen Medicinal Weeds of Philadelphia
Katelyn Melvin, toothofthelionapothecary@gmail.com

Ten Medicinal Trees of Philadelphia
Katelyn Melvin, toothofthelionapothecary@gmail.com

Herbal Root Zine as a Medium for Teaching Our Youth, The Herbalists of Tomorrow
Kristine Brown, info@herbalrootszine.com

Herbalism in Context: Working with Foods & Beverages on a Low Budget
Leslie M Alexander & Leslie Williams
Leslie@RestorationHerbs.com & Herbalist.Williams@gmail.com

Uterine Contractility States and Herbal Therapeutics
Lena DeGloma, lena@redmoonwellness.com

Transformative Learning: How We Use Research in Herbal Coursework
Michael Tims, mtims@muih.edu

Scutellaria baicalensis (huang qin), a known anti inflammatory agent that also facilitates psychological integration.
Ruth Rosenblatt, ruth@considertheliliesherbals.com

Presence of the Indole Alkaloid Reserpine in Bignonia capreolata
Trevor Clark & Kaleb Lund PhD
trevclark777@gmail.com