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Schrempf M.  2015.  Contested Issues of Efficacy and Safety between Transnational Formulation Regimes of Tibetan Medicines in China and Europe. Asian Medicine (Leiden, Netherlands). 10(1-2):273-315.
Schrempf M, Springer L.  2015.  Editorial. Asian Medicine. 10(1-2):1-7.
Ramble C, Roesler U, Schrempf M.  2015.  Fighting Illness with Gesar – A Healing Ritual from Eastern Bhutan. Tibetan and Himalayan Healing: An Anthology for Anthony Aris.
Schrempf M.  2015. Tibetan Formulas in Interdisciplinary and Multilingual Perspectives – Translating ‘Wind’ Disorders and Stress in Tibetan Medicine.
Achard J-L, Schrempf M, Schneider N.  2015.  Revue d'études tibétaines, Women as Visionaries, Healers and Agents of Social Transformation in the Himalayas, Tibet and Mongolia.
International Association for Tibetan Studies, Seminar, Schrempf, Mona.  2015.  Soundings in Tibetan medicine.
Schrempf M.  2015.  Spider, Soul, and Healing in Eastern Bhutan. From Bhakti to Bon : festschrift for Per Kværne.
Adams V, Schrempf M, Craig SR.  2011.  Introduction: medicine in translation between science and religion. Adams, Vincanne; Schrempf, Mona; Craig, Sienna R., eds. Medicine between science and religion: explorations on Tibetan grounds. New York; Oxford, England: Berghahn Books, 2011. xili, 371p. (Epistemologies of healing). :1-31.
Adams V, Schrempf M, Craig SR.  2011.  Medicine Between Science and Religion: Explorations on Tibetan Grounds. Epistemologies of healing.
Schrempf M.  2005.  Re-Production at Stake - Experiences of Fertility, Family Planning and Reproductive Health among Amdo Tibetan Women. Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity. 6(Women and Gender in Tibetan Medicine: (special issue))
Schrempf M.  2005.  Transcultural Interface and Local Applications of Asian and Western Medical Systems. IASTAM Newsletter. :8-10.
Schrempf M.  2003.  "New Research on Tibetan Medicine. 10th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS). :5-7.


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