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Student Opportunities

Life University offers it’s students may opportunities to get involved in research. Research is a critical component in health care, especially Chiropractic. Students can develop their own research studies or work on a new or existing study with LIFE faculty, staff or field doctors.

Student Assistants

The CCR offers volunteer opportunities for students interested in research. Research Assistants (RAs) can work with faculty, staff, other students, or field practitioners on existing research projects or research initiatives designed by the student from the ground up. While these are volunteer positions, they provide opportunities for mentorship, connections, and training which can assist the student researcher in making valuable contributions to their chosen profession.

Work Study

The CCR hosts student work study research positions. Work study students may assist with general tasks, clerical work, and record-keeping for projects.

STUDENT RESEARCH

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Kinematic evaluation comparing internal frame and frameless backpacks

Jonathan & LB Bryson

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Effectiveness of Chiropractic Care on a Healthy Population as Assessed by Balance and Dual Task Performance Analysis.

Shannan Behrens

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Does chiropractic care change post-stroke ADLs and brain activation patterns?

Ni’Amber Harris

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The influence of rhetorical sensitivity on the chiropractors’ cultural authority

Michael Jendzurski

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Focus Group Assessment of Laboratory Assessment Challenges within a population chiropractic students with ADHD

Eniabitobi Kuyinu

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Examination of the effects of chiropractic care on resting state EEG and autism symptomatology in a pediatric autism population.

Trever Secraw

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The neurological effects of sympathizing with patients under chiropractic care

Sadeddin Yamlikha

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A role for chiropractic in the treatment of neonatal abstinence syndrome

Rebecca Young

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Spinal flexibility and aortic pulse wave velocity

Kain Queck

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