Get Involved

Below are some simple ways you can get involved and stay connected with the Windbridge Research Center.

To support our two-fold mission—performing rigorous scientific research and providing free educational materials—please consider making a donation today.

Stay up to date with Center news, resources, and research.

Please click here to be added to our News and Updates email list. (All information will be kept confidential.)
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Use the links below to access descriptions of our current and recently completed research studies as well as our latest research papers, presentations, articles, and other media.

Click here to visit the Current Research page
Click here to visit the Education page

WCRMs are mediums screened, tested, and certified using a peer-reviewed 8-step procedure.

Each WCRM agrees to donate a minimum of four hours per month to assist in various aspects of the research and to embrace a strong commitment to the values of scientific mediumship research.

For a list of WCRMs and their contact information, click here.

Mediumship under the Microscope: Science and the Afterlife

Windbridge Research Center Director of Research, Julie Beischel, PhD, presented this talk at the 2009 Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) meeting in Charlottesville, VA.It is an excellent introduction to modern mediumship research.

Click here to view video

Interested in participating in a research study?

Please click here to see the current projects

Interested in volunteering at the Windbridge Research Center? As a volunteer, you will be helping us fulfill our mission and meet our research goals.

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Feel free to look around! We have also organized the site by audience, so use these links to find your path:
For The Curious
For Researchers
For Clinicians
For Practitioners

To support the two-fold mission of the Windbridge Research Center—performing rigorous scientific research and providing free educational materials to the public—please donate today.

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