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Brian Sheres, R.T., B.S., D.C.

BSheres@LIFE.edu

 

 

 

 

EDUCATION:

R.T. – Radiologic Technologist from Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, School of Radiologic Technology 1973

B.S. – Political Science from Nova College (Nova University) 1977 Summa Cum Laude
D.C. – Life Chiropractic College (Life University) 1987 Cum Laude

BIO:

While completing my DCP education student at LIFE, I worked in the Research Department and taught classes. I revised and taught all the radiology technology associated classes for the Chiropractic Technology Program until I participated in “LIFE-Around-the-World” in Beijing, China.

Upon returning from China to Life College, nearly two years later, I resumed my teaching duties and responsibilities. I began working for the Chiropractic Sciences Division. I started as an instructor, was subsequently promoted to assistant professor and am now an associate professor. In the classroom, I have been the lead lecture and lab instructor for “Healthcare Terminology for the Chiropractic
Sciences/Computer Literacy” (1st qtr.) and Muscle Testing (7th qtr). I have been one of the clinical examiners and evaluators for Clinic Entrance (6th qtr.), Outpatient (7th qtr.) and Exit Proficiency (13th qtr.) (as well as lead instructor for Exit) and later for OSCE. During my “Exit” tenure, I also lectured and devised testing for the Radiographic Image Analysis Exams. My position as a computer instructor had evolved into additional duties as a trouble-shooter for software and some hardware problems for the academic community campus-wide.
At the end of 1996, I began my duties as the Associate Registrar of Life University. In 2003, I was promoted to Associate Dean of the College of Chiropractic. In 2003, I worked, simultaneously, as both Associate Dean and Registrar. In March 2004, I became the full-time Registrar (until 2009) and voluntarily headed the Office of Information Technology (March 2004-August 2005). I was promoted to Associate Professor in 2008, and in addition to being the Registrar, I was teaching Radiologic Technology associated classes. In 2009, while continuing to teach, I stepped away from the Registrar’s Office to become the Technical Resource Advisor for the College of Chiropractic.

LIFE UNIVERSITY INITIATIVES:

  • System Admin for Blackboard
  • Curriculum Committees for Both D.C. & U.G.
  • Data Standards Committee
  • Fall CE Host

CURRENT COURSES TAUGHT:

  1. X-ray Spinal Positioning
  2. Radiographic Quality and Film Critique
  3. Normal Radiographic Anatomy & Anomalies I (spinal)
  4. Normal Radiographic Anatomy & Anomalies II (Extremity)

Curriculum Vitae