Ed Kellogg earned his Ph.D. in biochemistry at Duke University.  He has published papers in fields as diverse as the biochemistry of aging, bioelectricity, general semantics, lucid dreaming, voluntary controls, and the phenomenology of consciousness. A proficient lucid dreamer, Ed has studied lucid dreaming and its applications for over 30 years from the “inside-out,” in hundreds of fully lucid dreams, and has recorded and indexed well over 30,000 of his dreams.  In respect to his own work, he writes: “I take a phenomenological approach to dreaming, in which I try to explore and to describe dreaming experience with a minimum of presuppositions as to its nature.”  From 2002 to 2005 he created, organized, and hosted the International Association for the Study of Dreams first four online PsiberDreaming Conference.

Lucid Dreaming and Franklin Merrell-Wolff