2012 Research Report
We invite you to learn about what the PCCR team was up to in our 2012 Research Report. This report includes titles and descriptions of active grants, two selected published abstracts, selected citations of published papers, short faculty biographies and more.
Partnerships for ongoing research
The Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research and its impressive roster of research scientists have established long-term partnerships with universities, medical centers, medical schools and research institutes nationwide to develop ongoing research programs and projects.
Now recruiting for research studies
The primary mission of Palmer’s Research Clinic is to conduct high-quality chiropractic clinical research. Our experienced staff is committed to making sure participants thoroughly understand all aspects of involvement in a study and our skilled doctors of chiropractic carefully provide high-quality care in a research setting.
We are currently screening participants for ongoing studies. If you are interested, learn more here or contact us!
Faculty grants and publications
Palmer College faculty members conduct research studies as an integral part of their commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarship. Many are recipients of grants from institutions such as the prestigious National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health and Health Resources and Services Administration. Many also are published in leading peer-reviewed publications.
Student research opportunities
All students are welcome and encouraged to get involved in research by joining clubs or taking advantage of the valuable experience to participate in research projects under the guidance of faculty mentors. Qualified students also can take part in our research honors program or enroll in our master’s degree program in clinical research, a program originally funded through the National Institutes of Health.
Learn more about our research opportunities and resources: