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REMA

Restructuring Atemporal Memories

About Us

We are a group of people that share the interest in developing ways to assist people to deeply modify perceptions and attitudes, sustained in a solid scientific background.
Since REMA is a novel technique (it was registered as a scientific work in 2011), the group of people behind it is growing.
Given its unique characteristics of being a treatment that uses no drugs whatsoever (100% natural), and that promotes astonishing changes in people, its great potential is starting to call the attention of researchers in different parts of the world which have shown sympathy.
Some are also supporting us aiming to the future development of the technique.
Other people are assisting the group by becoming supporters or sponsors by assisting economically. To extend the benefits of this innovative approach, there are people that are starting to be trained in the technique with the objective of eventually becoming practitioners.
We are starting to grow, thus we welcome all types of support.
We are happy to hear from you should you be interested in us.
Thank you!

Scientific Research

   
Alicia Quaini, Creator and Founder

ALICIA QUAINI, CREATOR AND FOUNDER.

Quaini is primarily a woman with a deep commitment to society and life. Her studies and research in the field of neuroscience are the result of her search for a coherent explanation of reality and an insatiable interest in human behavior.
Her talent, holistic and systemic approach, plus a broad and solid training in different subjects:
science education, philosophy, theology, psychology, body language, modern dance, music, visual arts and meditation, have a common thread integrator: the road to peace and nonviolence, the knowledge of mankind. All of this has led, among other things, to the creation of Peace Action Groups (GAP) for Friends of the UN, to found and chair the project HYMSS for Spain (Himalayan Yoga and Meditation Society of Spain), to be part of the IPPNW (International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War) that won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985 and finally, last but not least, create and develop the technique REMA (Restructuring of Atemporal Memories), to which she is currently fully committed, in the research, patient care and training of future practitioners.
She has published a book in 2011 and is preparing three others.

DR. JORGE AFFANNI, UNIVERSITY OF MORÓN (BUENOS AIRES), SUPPORTER

DR. JORGE AFFANNI, UNIVERSITY OF MORÓN (BUENOS AIRES), SUPPORTER.

MD, Senior Researcher at CONICET, director of the Institute of Neuroscience of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Morón and former head of the UBA (University of Buenos Aires) . In his youth he completed his training in Pisa, Oxford, Cambridge, Stockholm, Paris, Brussels and Münster.
He has lectured in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, France, Italy, at the Academy of Sciences in Moscow and the Vatican, among others.
www.ciudadnueva.org.ar/revista/487/personajes/el-cerebro-es-un-cosmos

ULISES DIEGO, PHD, DEVELOPER AND FOUNDER

ULISES DIEGO, PHD, DEVELOPER AND FOUNDER.

Ulises is an engineer who has been involved in engineering and research projects in Mexico, USA, UK and Spain. He has a PhD in mechanical engineering awarded by the Imperial College, London. After his PhD he became involved in a search for finding ways to better understand on how mind operates. He joined forces with Quaini and assisted her in the creation of REMA. He is in charge of the researching area aiming to further improve the ways to create dramatic changes in attitude and perceptions.

DR THALIA FERNANDEZ

DR THALIA FERNANDEZ.

Mathematician, PhD in Neuroscience and Director of the department of neurobiology and behavioral psychophysiology laboratory at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She joined the last stage of the development of the scientific paper that presents REMA for the first time to the scientific community, working specifically in the area of statistical analysis and permutation tests.

Supporters

   
DR. DOMINGO LIOTTA, SUPPORTER

DR. DOMINGO LIOTTA, SUPPORTER.

Dean for the Faculty of Medicine, University of Moron, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Professor of Anatomy.
Superior Investigator Conicet Clinical Research Career.
Director Procoar-Conicet Program(Assisted Circulation - Artificial Heart).
President Artificial Heart Foundation.
Honorary Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery, Italian Hospital, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
http://www.fdliotta.org/dliotta/cving.htm

Sympathizers

   
RANULFO ROMO, SYMPATHIZER

RANULFO ROMO, SYMPATHIZER.

Cognitive Neurosciences, UNAM, Neurophysiology.
Professor of neuroscience at the Institute of Cellular Physiology, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). M.D and D.Sc. in the field of neuroscience from the University of Paris in France. His postdoctoral work was done with Wolfram Schultz at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland and with Vernon Mountcastle at The Johns Hopkins University.

DR. PABLO RUDOMIN, SYMPATHIZER and DR. SILVIO GLUSMAN, SYMPATHIZER

DR. PABLO RUDOMIN, SYMPATHIZER.

Born to Russian parents he is a graduate of the biology program of the National School of Biological Sciences of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). He has been the director of the program of bioph neuroscience at the CINVESTAV (Center for Research and Advanced Studies) of the IPN since 1984. At the neuroscience program, his research has focused on the analysis of the central control mechanisms for the information that is transmitted by nerve fibers originating in the skin and muscles to the spinal cord.

DR. SILVIO GLUSMAN, SYMPATHIZER.

MD, practices pain medicine and anesthesiology in Chicago.
Stroger Hospital Of Cook County, Chicago, USA.

DR. JOSÉ ANTONIO ARIAS MONTAÑO, SYMPATHIZER

DR. JOSÉ ANTONIO ARIAS MONTAÑO, SYMPATHIZER.

CINVESTAV 3C Researcher. Depto. Biophysics, Physiology and Neurosciences.
Surgeon, MD (1985). Metropolitan Autonomus University (UAM) PhD in Sciences (1990).

Therapists in the United States

Therapists in Spain