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Although graduate students do not typically treat patients in a clinical setting as a part of their education in the M.S. in Clinical Research program, graduate students gain patient-oriented research experience from being involved in projects in the research clinic and their own research.

Clinical Research Fellow

Graduate students work as a Clinical Research Fellows under faculty supervision in assigned roles for federally funded studies being conducted in the research clinic on the Davenport Campus.

Research Practicum Projects

The practicum project provides a faculty-mentored research experience for the student. Practicum experiences involve direct participation in clinical research, including working with research participants and conducting data collection, analysis and interpretation.

Contact Us

Davenport, Iowa, Campus
Academic Affairs
(563) 884-5466

San Jose, Calif., Campus
Academic Administration
(408) 944-6021

Port Orange, Fla., Campus
Academic Affairs
(386) 763-2760 

Katie Pohlman headshotKatie Pohlman, D.C., M.S.
2006 D.C. Graduate
2010 M.S. Graduate

“Since completing this program (Master of Science in Clinical Research), I have come to realize the importance of research in health care and have therefore decided to focus my career on chiropractic research. This program allowed me to secure a position in chiropractic research and focus on my career goals fulltime.”