Life U @ ACC RAC 2019
The Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research wishes to congratulate faculty, staff and students that presented at The Association of Chiropractic Colleges 26th Educational and Research Agenda Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
(students noted in bold)
Emily Drake, Shannan Behrens, Angela Seckington, Dr. Stephanie Sullivan
Case report of an adult with prior concussions utilizing sensory integration therapy with the SAVE Program (A follow-up)
Dr. Edward Owens, Dr. Ronald Hosek, Dr. Brent Russell
Mechanical properties of a thoracic spine mannequin with variable stiffness control
Dr. Stephanie Sullivan, Dr. Rebecca Marshall, Dr. Daniel Tuttle, Emily Drake, Dr. Ronald Hosek, Dr. Jerry Hochman
Changes over time in effective neural connectivity following a chiropractic adjustment.
Dr. Michael Weiner, Dr. Brent Russell, Dr. Linda Mullin, Dr. Edward Owens, Dr. Ronald Hosek, Gabriel Kelly
Assessment of hip and shoulder kinematics of a chiropractor during performance of side posture adjustments: data from a pilot study
Dr. Eniabitobi Kuyinu, Dr. Stephanie Sullivan, Dr. Michael Longyear, Emily Drake, Paulett Lawrence
Case report of an adult patient with self-reported symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) receiving multimodal Applied Clinical Neuroscience care
Congratulations to Dr. Stephanie Sullivan and Dr. Edward Owens as recipients of scientific awards sponsored by NBCE:
- Best Scientific Paper awarded to Dr. Stephanie Sullivan for Changes over time in effective neural connectivity following a chiropractic adjustment
- Best Educational Paper awarded to Dr. Edward Owens for Mechanical properties of a thoracic spine mannequin with variable stiffness control