Science & Innovation


Julene has invented the Tonal-Spatial Musical System™ and the Rhythmic-Temporal Musical System™ which now for the first time can enable musical tools, methods and frameworks for composers to compose music for specific types of psycho-emotional and psycho-physical health benefits. It also enables scientists more robust tools and methods for investigating music as medicine, precision medicine and specific types of therapeutic processes for illuminating more integrative and personalised treatment methods for specific conditions as well as for long term health benefits.


Julene has invented Musical Nutrition™ a groundbreaking transdisciplinary framework diagnosing ‘how the benefits of music operate’ for specific people, contexts and health conditions. Through her pioneering research she founded the Nada Brahma platform.
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Julene’s interdisciplinary research has been on social and cognitive aspects of music. She has worked with Dr. Angela Impy (SOAS, University of London) as well as various NGOs understanding the social impact and social processes of music. Dr. Mercedes Pavlicevic (Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy), Dr. Cathy Malchiodi (Trauma-Informed Practices) on understanding therapeutic and clinical frameworks of music. She has also worked with Dr. Robert Polnicky on Neural Performance and cognitive aspects of Music. Alongside this she has extensively researched frequency and information field medicine with TimeWaver Academy and The Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research. Her groundbreaking transdisciplinary frameworks for music are being taken forward by The World Academy of Art and Science.


Julene works with cutting edge academics and thought leaders bringing together system sciences and social sciences to engage psychological, interrelational, structural and systemic understanding of world issues.

Her socio-systemic framework seeks to address world issues at a causal level for systemic transformation. Global Leadership 21 between UN Office Geneva and the World Academy of Art & Science nominated Julene as Co-Chair for Arts Humanities and Culture. She Co-Chaired the key panels on “Culture and Socio-Systemic Strategies” as well as on “Arts, Impact and Transformation“.

She is creator of the CIRR framework (Critique, Insight, Re-Define, Re-Structure) for systems change projects brought forward by the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research and is their Socio-Systemic Impact specialist consultant. She also created the curriculum for Socio-Systemic High Impact Innovation which launched at Ubiquity University and works closely with the Bio-Social Global Health framework brought forward by Harvard University.