The Office of Sponsored Research and Scholarly Activity is excited to announce the recipients of our Funded Projects, RISE Scholarships and Student Travel Awards. Please take the time to congratulate the following:
OSRSA Funded Projects
- Danielle Holtman, M.S., Academic Affairs and Jennifer Valtos, Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics, for the two-year project, “Will Participation in a Community and Incentive-Based Wellness Program Improve Employee Health and Increase Job Satisfaction?
- Ron Hosek, Ph.D., D.C., MPH, Center for Chiropractic Research, for Continuation of Technique Lab of the Future Program: Mannequin Development and Determination of Future Directions.
- Brent Russell, D.C., Center for Chiropractic Research, for data analytical support for three ongoing biomechanics projects.
- Huda Mobarki, Master’s in Clinical Nutrition candidate, for a study examining the “Importance of Nutritional Risk Factors Related to Bone Mineral Density Among Female Athletes at Life University.”
- Nahlah Madkhali, Master’s in Clinical Nutrition candidate, for a study examining the “Association between Whole and Refined Grain Consumption and Body Composition among Life University.”
- Johnathan and Lori-Beth Bryson, College of Chiropractic, for their joint research, “Sagittal spinal kinematic evaluation comparing internal frame and frameless backpacks.
- NiAmber Harris, College of Chiropractic, for her research exploring “The effects of chiropractic care on African-American post-stroke rehabilitation patients.”
- Eniabitobi Kuyinu, Ph.D., College of Chiropractic, for the research for continuing the research “A retrospective review of ADHD patients treated with chiropractic functional neurology at NeuroLIFE Clinic, examining presentations commonalities and related outcomes.”