News & Events
Dr. Greg Kawchuk DC, PhD is one of three PIs on a research team that has been awarded a very significant grant of $750,000 in the September 2013 Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) competition in the Bone & Joint Health category.
The CCRF is delighted to announce that Dr. Steven Passmore DC, PhD has been awarded the 2013- 2014 Manitoba Health Research Council (MHRC) Establishment Grant of $83,000 for a project entitled: “An exploration of spinal manipulation dosage”.
The vision of interprofessional integration has expanded our profession’s research culture to the university realm by establishing chiropractic research chairs and professorships in major universities across the country. Dr. Jill Hayden DC, PhD is an exemplary emissary that provides an example of the high quality work that chiropractic researchers undertake to address the health challenges facing Canadians.
The CCRF is delighted to announce that Dr. Bruno has been awarded a Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) Establishment Grant through a highly competitive process. The 3 year award provides $95,385 and is co-funded by the SHRF and CCRF in a partnership that has the potential to bring tremendous health benefits to the people of Saskatchewan and Canada.
Just a few short weeks ago, two of our researchers successfully hurdled milestones in their research training programs. This continues to build the research expertise which is rapidly growing in the profession. Dr. Maja Stupar DC defended her PhD thesis at the University of Toronto and Dr. John Riva DC completed his MSc degree at McMaster University, two of Canada’s leading universities.