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Preparing individuals for careers in research and academia

This two (2) year, 36 credit hour, program integrates chiropractic principles and practice with conventional patient-oriented research training in a chiropractic research environment. The curriculum combines core courses along with experiential learning through mentored research projects or practicum.

All clinical research faculty are experienced research scientists with long-standing track records of publications and federally-funded studies.  The Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research has received more than 35 million dollars in external research grants for innovative and cutting edge chiropractic research. The faculty bring this experience to the classroom for the benefit of the graduate students.

To learn more about the master’s degree in Clinical Research, explore the links on the right or contact the Research Program Manager

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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 

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