Dr. Alejandro Chaoul, Assistant Professor and Director of Education at the Integrative Medicine Program at University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston.
About the speaker
Alejandro Chaoul (PhD) teaches Tibetan meditation and mind-body techniques throughout the U.S., Latin America and Europe. He is currently an assistant professor and director of education at the M.D. Anderson Integrative Medicine Program and an adjunct professor at The University of Texas Medical School’s Mc Govern Center for Humanities and Health. Alejandro’s publications focus on the role of mind-body practices in health, as well as Tibetan meditation and ritual practices. He is deeply committed to interfaith dialogue and is an advisor to The Rothko Chapel, and on the board of Compassionate Houston. He is also launching a new mind-body spirit program at the Jung Center to deal with stress and burnout in healthcare and other professional environments.