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Palmer mourns Dr. Bhatti

Dr. Iftikhar Bhatti

Iftikhar Bhatti, M.S., Ph.D., who served Palmer’s Davenport campus for nearly 30 years, died Thursday, Dec. 22, in Bettendorf, Iowa. Most recently he was dean of Undergraduate Studies, associate director of Research and professor of Anatomy.

Dr. Bhatti, taught at several colleges before joining the Palmer College of Chiropractic faculty in 1976 as an associate professor of Anatomy. He became a professor of Anatomy in 1977 and also served in many administrative roles at the College.

He was a staunch supporter of Palmer College, whose employees and students he considered to be like his family. Dr. Bhatti was a current and founding member of the Palmer President’s Club. His wife, Judy Bhatti, M.S., D.C., is an associate professor in the Undergraduate Studies Department.

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