Yes you can contact these people:
"Please contact us if your child appears to be having memories of a previous life:
We are very interested in hearing about cases of young children who are currently spontaneously speaking about memories of a previous life. If you are a parent or a caretaker of a young child, please contact us to submit your observations and experiences of your child’s behaviors and statements about memories of a previous life."
Books about the research being done at DOPS into memories of previous lives:
We invite you to view a list of books on reincarnation written by our faculty. The list includes books written by our director, Dr. Jim Tucker, as well as the long list of books authored by our founder, Dr. Ian Stevenson. Among the many ground breaking books by Dr. Stevenson is his comprehensive two volume set, Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Etiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects, Volumes I and II. In this 2268 page, two volume set, Dr. Stevenson wrote about his extensive research into cases of birthmarks and birth defects which appeared to strongly correlate to memories of a past life in particular subjects. Dr. Stevenson also wrote an abridged version of this research called Where Reincarnation and Biology Intersect.
In 2013, Dr. Jim Tucker, appointed director of the Division of Perceptual Studies in 2014, authored his second book on the topic of cases of children who report memories of a previous life. In his most recent book Return to Life, Dr. Tucker describes the research into strong American cases being carried out at DOPS. In Tucker’s first book, Life Before Life, he reviews forty years of research into children who report memories of previous lives. This book contains some accounts of interesting American cases, as well as descriptions of Dr. Ian Stevenson’s classic cases in Asia.
Other publications on past-life memories:
For a list of academic papers specifically on the study of past life memories written by our faculty, please see Publications on Past-life Memories.
Expanded List of Publications:
To view the expanded list of publications generated by the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies researchers, go to the Academic Publications Page.
We invite you to visit our YouTube Channel to view a collection of selected videos of the researchers delivering informative and engaging lectures about the research being conducted at the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies.
If you would like to submit a case (your own or one known to you) please write a detailed description of the experience. We would like to have first information about cases sent to us in writing, either a detailed email sent to DOPS@virginia.edu or U.S. post sent to The Division of Perceptual Studies, P.O. Box 800152 , Charlottesville . VA 22908.