The thought I always had in mind, when I started doing the podcast was to help and support anyone and everyone who needed their questions answered!
Today I received this comment from one of my listeners: Norman B, who motivated and touched me, and confirmed to me that I am on the right path!
Thank you Norman ❤️ and I hope I can continue to contribute positively to all who need support at difficult times in their life.
Blessings to all 💞
Norman B. commented on Episode 5 – Daniel Dumalin (The 3 Pillars Podcast)
Thank you for continued support in raising awareness of Aerotxic Syndrome.
I am Cabin Crew for …. and have been off work for several months due to a “fume event “ on board. I have 27 years experience flying as a crew.
Since my last flight, many of my symptoms have calmed down however I am left with daily headaches, fatigue and tremors. Even had a diagnosis of fibromyalgia which I’m very dubious about, I’m not convinced as the symptoms are similar to that of Aerotxic Syndrome. Trialed many different drugs but can’t tolerate the side effects.
My union sent me information regarding Daniel Dumalin’s research and I have been in contact with him and I’m planning on taking a trip to Ostend to take part in this pioneering research project. Hopefully the world will start to wake up to the fact that based on scientific fact that Aerotoxic Syndrome is real and the aviation industry will soon be held accountable.
Thank you for doing what you do, Chriselda highlighting a worldwide issue.
Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance is the idea that epigenetic marks (i.e., DNA methylation, histone modifications) can be acquired on the DNA of one generation and stably passed on through the gametes (i.e., sperm and eggs) to the next generation. In other words, experiences and environmental exposures can change the way your DNA works (without changing the DNA itself) and this could be passed on to your offspring.
1. Licentiate in
Experimental and Theoretical Psychology (Research psychologist)
Today this is called Master of Science in Experimental and Theoretical Psychology
2. Associate’s degree
in Electronic Engineering
3. Associate’s degree
in Biomedical Engineering
Electronics (M.Sc. in Electronics and ICT Engineering Technology)
2. Biomedical Product
Development (M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering)
3. Neuromodulation and
Imaging (M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering)
29 years experience in IT, Software developer, Web developer, System administrator
Board member of
Section Neuroscience and Psychophysiology [2017-present]
Psychophysiology [2012 – 2017] organization position Board member and Technical
Advisor until it merged into the Section Neuroscience and Psychophysiology
QNBG (Quantified Neurophysiology Belgium Group) [1999 – 2005] as Scientific and Technical coordinator
Daniel Dumalin Contact:
Dumalin, D. (2017). The Contingent Negative Variation: The Cumulative Curve Method Revisited. In P. Sittiprapaporn (Ed.), Event-Related Potentials and Evoked Potentials (pp. 51-66). Intech. doi:10.5772/65183