Jennifer Veronica Edwards-Nixon

Jennifer Edwards-Nixon

Title: Wellness Practioner
Company: William Beaumont Hospital
Location: Lake Orion, Michigan, United States

Jennifer Veronica Edwards-Nixon, clinical neurophysiologists at William Beaumont Hospital, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in neurology.

It has always been Dr. Edwards-Nixon aspiration and goal to help people. By the age of 12, she knew that she wanted to work in the field of medicine, later deciding that she wanted to focus on psychology and why humans behave the way they do. Subsequent to her graduation from high school, Dr. Edward-Nixon received a government scholarship to study medicine. Once she arrived in the United States, she attended Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Georgia, and earned an Associate of Arts in biology. Soon thereafter, she secured a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Baylor University in 1994. A short time later, Dr. Edwards-Nixon began her career with William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, as a lab assistant of immunopathology and histology in 2001. She further progressed to a clinical neurophysiologist with the aforementioned institution in 2003 and has maintained the position since.

In 2005, she graduated with an Associate of Science in electroencephalographic technology from Independence University. Other professional endeavors to her credit include working as a clinical assistant in speech-language pathology audiology with the Doris Miller Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, between 1995 and 1996.  Dr. Edwards-Nixon is proud to have discovered an organic medicine that can be used for global healthcare, on infants to adult age. She plans to send her findings to the National Institutes of Health and the World Health Organization. The goal to use organic medicine in the replacement of pharmaceutical drugs. An active member of her community, Dr. Edward-Nixon served as a regional board member of the American Baptist Churches of Michigan for three years. She continues to maintain a professional relationship with the American Society of Electroencephalographic Technicians and as a further testament to her notoriety, she is being considered for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.

In addition to being considered for the Noble Peace Prize, she is publishing a book in 2020, “The Silent Exodus of Clean Water and Fresh Air in the USA.” Furthermore, a second book is in the works which endeavors to chronicle her research over the last seven years concerning Myristica fragrans, an organic integrative medicine and thereby contribute to providing affordable global healthcare.

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