Iridology Research is a developmental project started by Professor Bryan Marcia, Ph.D. Bryan has been involved with iridological research and development for the past 38 years (2019). This website is a compilation of his research work including submitted information from members who donate their work or submit information that is pertinent to the science and practice of Iridology.
The Iridology Research Repository is a not for profit open source project that further enhances research and development in the iridological sciences. This project is designed to help individuals involved in research activities and support the development of iridology sciences.
Every student of iridology, every graduate student, every scientist needs iridological research data. However, not everyone can get the necessary knowledge sources. Many printed publications are available in limited quantities or are not available in the chosen languages. In many cases books and research abstracts are simply impossible to locate or have never been translated.
Iridology Research maintains specific emphasis on research that explores the biological mechanisms of iridology, as well as its efficacy, safety, and patterns of use and/or implementation, provided that various iridology research constitutes a useful contribution to the field.
Iridology Research offers the serious iridologist access to the world’s most comprehensive database including out of print iridology books, manuscripts, journals, audio lectures, video lectures and case study image galleries. A download directory is also available and includes registration to complex clinical iridology analysis software and an updated integrative medicine – iridology compendium.
Registered members have the opportunity to contribute to the Iridology Research Databases and earn academic credits that can be applied for continued free membership and unlimited iridology software registration.