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Research Consortium

The profession’s Research Consortium is comprised of university-based PhD researchers both doctors of chiropractic and non-chiropractors who share an interest and expertise in musculoskeletal disorders.  Consortium members hold a biennial national symposium to discuss their research agendas and collaborate on research issues and public policy directions that will ultimately influence patient care.

The Consortial members are from many universities across Canada. By leveraging academic expertise and transdisciplinary relationships across universities in Canada, the Consortium is set to influence policy makers as it integrates new chiropractic knowledge into Canada’s health care system.

Consortium Members

Dr. Carlo Ammendolia DC, PhD
University of Toronto
Dr. Lesley Biggs PhD
University of Saskatchewan
Dr. Jean-Sébastien Blouin DC, PhD
University of British Columbia
Dr. Jean Boucher PhD
Université du Québec à Montréal
Dr. Paul Bruno DC, PhD
University of Regina
Dr. Jason Busse DC, PhD
McMaster University
Dr. J. David Cassidy DC, PhD, Dr.Med.Sc
University of Toronto
Dr. Pierre Côté DC, PhD
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Dr. John Church PhD
University of Alberta
Dr. Simon Dagenais DC, PhD
University of Ottawa
Dr. Martin Descarreaux DC, PhD
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Dr. Jim Dickey PhD
University of Western Ontario
Dr. Mark Erwin DC, PhD
University of Toronto
Dr. Jill Hayden DC, PhD
Dalhousie University
Dr. Walter Herzog PhD
University of Calgary
Dr. Greg Kawchuk DC, PhD
University of Alberta
Dr. Adrian Levy PhD
Dalhousie University
Dr. Annalyn Mercado PhD
Saskatchewan Health Region
Dr. Bernadette Murphy DC, PhD
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Dr. Steven Passmore DC
University of Manitoba
Dr. Mathieu Piché, DC, PhD
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Dr. Jeff Quon DC, PhD
University of British Columbia
Dr. John Srbely DC, PhD
University of Guelph
Dr. Martin Simoneau PhD
Université Laval
Dr. Gabrielle van der Velde DC, PhD
Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment (THETA) Collaboration
Dr. John J. Triano DC, PhD
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

 

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