Sharry Edwards
Sharry Edwards pioneered and advanced the foundational theories of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling and BioAcoustic Biology. Her techniques have been recognized and incorporated by many health care researchers as they attempt to enhance our present health care system using biometric based modalities.

Through the concept of vocal coherence, Edwards has been able to demonstrate that the human voice is a unique frequency representation of the structural and biochemical aspects of the Edwards received the New Scientist of the Year Award from The International Association of New Science (IANS) in 2001 and is also a recipient of the prestigious 2002 O. Spurgeon English (Temple University) Humanitarian Award along with John Nash (subject of the film Beautiful Mind), former first lady, Betty Ford and several other distinguished MD’s and PhD’s.

Edwards has been the subject of several internationally distributed documentaries including a two-part series by Ohio University entitled “Sound Healing”, plus two independent documentaries; "Energy Medicine" and "Sonic Apothecary" which focus on frequency based biology. She has published such papers as “Definitive Theory of Human BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling & Sound Presentation”, "Decloaking Resistant Pathogens with Low Frequency Sound", "The World Trade Center: Revealing the 'Fireman's Cough" Toxin, "Double Blind Muscle Testing Using Low Frequency Sound: Its efficacy as a biofeedback modality to verify muscle strength and weakness".

Edwards’ work appears in several books including, Trivieri’s Health on the Edge, Gerber’s Energy Medicine, Davis’ Sound Therapies, Sound Bodies and Ostrander’s Super Learning.

Edwards hosts her own radio show, Sound Health Options, through Edwards is the director of Sound Health Alternatives, a small, self-funded research facility in Ohio, which includes the Sound Health Research Institute (501-C3), a non profit educational place facility.
Edwards is the Honorary Publisher for the Journal of BioAcoustic Biology and has been asked to serve as the Dean for the newly formed Institute of BioAcoustic Biology.
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