ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of Lisa Tully, 61 years old, born on May 19, 1961, and passed away on June 11, 2022. Please share your remembrances, and any photos or videos.
Posted by Beth Kuper on July 21, 2022
I've known Lisa for many years and participated in countless clinical trials of holistic health products she was testing for the manufacturers. I always admired her for never doing trials of pharmaceutical drugs, and I benefited from the products -- whether vitamins, supplements, patches or anything else wholesome. During this past year, I often gave Lisa rides to Mary & Ged's Damanhur gatherings and she was always to appreciative of the ride. I was always appreciative of her company, which was positive, grateful, warm, open-minded and willing to engage in interesting conversations all the way. On our last trip, she loaned me a cast-iron skillet and said to keep it until she needed it again -- if ever. Thank you Lisa, for this parting gift and blessings to you on your soul's journey. I sent your birth and death dates to our Damanhur friends who promised to do a special ritual for your transition. I know they and I all remember you with love.
Posted by Jason Lachance on June 22, 2022
I just learned of Lisa's passing and am in shock. I've only known her for about 6 months, but she seemed like a wonderful person. Just last month we spent the day together working on a project for my business. I will miss working with and knowing you, Lisa. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Posted by John Steiner on June 16, 2022
We've known Lisa for many years in Boulder. We are grateful she is relieved from so much physical suffering, which always handled with such grace. She was a bright light, ever enthusiastic, a caring, generous, loving soul of great service to so many. She was a jewel and now a new star in our great firmament of bodhisattvas. With our blessings and love, John Steiner and Margo King
Posted by Gaetan Chevalier on June 15, 2022
I learned of her passing on Monday. I must say it was a shock. I have known Lisa for at least 20 years. We worked on some research projects in the past. Recently, I was thinking to ask her to be part of a new research group that we are planning at Psy-Tek Labs. She will be missed!

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Posted by Beth Kuper on July 21, 2022
I've known Lisa for many years and participated in countless clinical trials of holistic health products she was testing for the manufacturers. I always admired her for never doing trials of pharmaceutical drugs, and I benefited from the products -- whether vitamins, supplements, patches or anything else wholesome. During this past year, I often gave Lisa rides to Mary & Ged's Damanhur gatherings and she was always to appreciative of the ride. I was always appreciative of her company, which was positive, grateful, warm, open-minded and willing to engage in interesting conversations all the way. On our last trip, she loaned me a cast-iron skillet and said to keep it until she needed it again -- if ever. Thank you Lisa, for this parting gift and blessings to you on your soul's journey. I sent your birth and death dates to our Damanhur friends who promised to do a special ritual for your transition. I know they and I all remember you with love.
Posted by Jason Lachance on June 22, 2022
I just learned of Lisa's passing and am in shock. I've only known her for about 6 months, but she seemed like a wonderful person. Just last month we spent the day together working on a project for my business. I will miss working with and knowing you, Lisa. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Posted by John Steiner on June 16, 2022
We've known Lisa for many years in Boulder. We are grateful she is relieved from so much physical suffering, which always handled with such grace. She was a bright light, ever enthusiastic, a caring, generous, loving soul of great service to so many. She was a jewel and now a new star in our great firmament of bodhisattvas. With our blessings and love, John Steiner and Margo King
her Life

Lisa Tully - Energy Medicine Researcher and Networker Extraordinaire!

We are so sad our friend and colleague, Lisa Tully, has transitioned, leaving this world way too soon, after a challenging battle of many years with MS-like neurological symptoms believed to result from Lyme and from a brain injury in 2003. Everyone who knew Lisa couldn't help but see and greatly appreciate her friendly manner and sincere generosity, always wanting to connect people to others for the greater good. 

Adapted from her website at the Energy Medicine Research Institute.

Lisa received her PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology/Chemistry from Indiana University Southeast, followed by the Medical Neurobiology Program at Indiana University-Purdue University and a Summer Research program in Marine Biology at University of Texas, Austin, before pursuing her PhD

She was the author of several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals (some in her married name of Barber) and presented her research at international scientific conferences. She served on the Scientific Advisory Board of several companies and non-profit organizations.

Dr. Tully founded the Energy Medicine Research Institute (EMRI), whose primary mission was to assess the efficacy of vibrational medicine technologies and therapies. Her clients included scientists working on the cutting edge of energy-based diagnostics and therapeutics. Over the past two decades, Lisa attended hundreds of health, medical and natural product conferences and developed an extensive network of health, medical and scientific colleagues, always seeking to stay on the cutting edge of frontier diagnostics and therapeutics.

She was a good and loyal friend to many. RIP, Lisa.

Publications

Tully, L. (2017) Quantum-Touch(R) Significantly Reduces Acute and Chronic Pain in Healthy Adults. J. of Healing and Caring, Vol 17 (9):1-8.

Muhammad Ahsan Mehd, S. M. A., Tully, L., Tiozzo, E., Konefal, J., Atlas S., Judi M Woolger, J.M. and Lewis, J.E. (2015) The Effect of the ZYTO Reframe Technology on Resolving Personal Issues and Improving Mood: A Pilot Study. http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2379-1764.1000127. Adv Tech Biol Med 2015, 3:2

Tully, L. (2012) Human Clinical Study of the Efficacy of LifeWave Energy Patch in Improving Flexibility, Strength and Endurance in Healthy Humans. Int. J. Healing and Caring, Vol 12 (1):1-8.

Havas,  M., Marrongelle, J., Pollner, B., Kelley,  E., Rees C., Tully, L.(2010) Provocation study using heart rate variability shows microwave radiation from 2.4 GHz cordless phone affects autonomic nervous system. Eur. J. Oncol. - Library Vol. 5 National Institute for the Study and Control of Cancer and Environmental Diseases "Bernardino Ramazzini" Institute, Bologna, Italy

Schwartz SA, Utts J, Spottiswoode J, Shade C, Tully L, Morris, W, and Nachman, G. (2009) A Study to Assess the Validity of Applied Kinesiology (AK) as a Diagnostic Tool and as a Nonlocal Proximity Effect. Proceedings, Parapsychological Association Meetings,. Brit. Med.

Tully, L. (2004) Energy Medicine in Therapeutics and Human Performance.  The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.   10(2): 418-418.

Barber, L.A., Spandau, D., Rathman, S., Kelley, S. Williams, D.A., and Travers, J.B. (1998) Expression of the platelet-activating factor receptor leads to enhanced ultraviolet-radiation induced apoptosis in a human epidermal cell line.  J. Biol. Chem. 273:18891-18897.

Barber, L.A.,  Spandau, D., Rathman, S., Kelley, S. Williams, D.A., and Travers, J.B. (1998) Activation of the epidermal platelet-activating factor receptor enhances both UVB- and tumor necrosis factor-induced apoptosis. J. Invest. Dermatol. 110:696.

Pei, Y., Barber, L.A., Murphy, R.C., Johnson, C.A., Kelley, S. Williams, D.A., and Travers, J.B. (1998) Activation of the platelet-activating receptor results in the production of cytokines and cyclooxygenase-2.  J. Immunol. 161:1954-1961.

Travers, J.B., Barber, L.A., Spandau, D., Murphy, R.C. (1998) Augmentation of UVB-and tumor necrosis factor-induced apoptosis by expression of the platelet-activating factor receptor in a KB cell line.  Sixth International Congress on Platelet Activating Factor and Related Lipid Mediators, #65.

Dy, L., Pei, Y, Barber, L.A., Johnson, C., Murphy, R.C. , Ngyuyen, T. Fertel, R., Kelley, S., Williams, D.A., and Travers, J.B. (1998) Platelet-activating factor receptor activation induces both cytokine and cyclooxygenase biosyntheseis in human epidermal cells. J. Investig. Dermatol. 110:652.

Travers, J.B., Murphy, R.C., Johnson, C.A., Pei, Y. Morin, S.M., Barber. L.A., Clay, K., Hood, A.F., Morelli, J.G., and Williams, D.A. (1998) Identification and pharmacological characterization of PAF and 1-acyl species found in human inflammatory blistering diseases.  Prostaglandins, 56:305-324.

Chen, J. J., Barber, L., Dymshitz, J., and Vasko, M. R. (1996) Peptidase inhibitors improve recovery of substance P and calcitonin gene-related peptide release from rat spinal cord slices. Peptides 17:31-37.

Frayer, S.F., Barber, L.A., and Vasko, M.R. (1997) Activation of protein kinase enhances peptide release from rat spinal cord slices.  Neuroscience Letters

Barber, L. A. and Vasko, M. R. (1995) Activation of protein kinase C augments peptide release from rat sensory neurons. J. Neurochemistry 67:72-80.
Recent stories

Lisa, the Great Connector

Shared by Kent Noonan on June 22, 2022
I met Lisa at an ISSSEEM conference years ago. She was an amazing networker. Brilliant subtle energy researcher. We talked many times about her "Wizard Parties" and I looked forward to finally attending one. I guess that won't happen now. I will deeply miss her. I trust that she is in radiant space and full of happy energy now. ( Can you imagine otherwise? The girl rocks.)
But many of you Wizards out there are reading this, and I hope somebody will pick up the torch and reignite the network that Lisa was. I will be in Boulder area off and on, and I am a Wizard. I sincerely hope that the people that were connected through Lisa will continue to connect. I hope to meet you all.
Kent Noonan

Another star in the Heavens now illuminates our path

Shared by Kimba Arem on June 22, 2022
Lisa was a kind soul, a caring person, and a deep thinker and feeler.  I spent time with her in many different contexts over the years and was always amazed by her creativity and desire to network and connect people together for the greater good.  Her Wizard Parties were one highlight of my memories with her.  

I sensed lately that she was feeling a call from the other side, from subtle things she said and from the struggles her body was facing.  It seems that the portal has opened for her to jump through, and now she is on a wondrous journey to the beyond.  Although so many will miss her shining presence, we can also celebrate her graduation and send her our prayers on her next stage of spiritual unfoldment, as well as gratitude for the gift she was and is.

The passing of a Friend and Co-worker

Shared by Karl Maret on June 21, 2022
I met Lisa during my work with Energy Medicine while living in San Diego in the 1990s.  We kept meeting their her research activity with Lifewave Corp doing research for the company.  We continued to meet during the ISSSEEM conferences in Colorado for many years.  Lisa was a seeker of truth and how to apply it to the emerging field of Energy Medicine.  I was very surprised at her premature passing this month and trust that her spirit lives on in all friends, family and loved ones.  May her soul rest in peace.