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quarterly, Recognition Through Research is designed to enhance awareness and
foster participation from Sherman College faculty, staff, and students in research
and other scholarly activities.
(George) Luo, M.D., M.S., Ph.D.
Director of Research email@example.com
John Hart, D.C., MHS
Assistant Director of Research firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotte Babb, M.A., M.Ed.
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IN THIS ISSUE
Research Funding Available for VS-Based Research
Sherman College of Chiropractic has received a generous donation from the
Center for Chiropractic Progress for faculty to do subluxation-related research.
Purpose: To promote and support research and scholarly activities at Sherman
Award: Each award is $1,000.
Eligibility: Faculty member of Sherman College of Chiropractic
- A submitted research proposal with: a) Background section on topic,
b) detailed Methods section, and c) relevant literature citations from the scientific
- Project should be subluxation-based;
- Project should be aimed at eventual publication in a peer-reviewed journal;
- Quality is judged by the Research Committee;
- Award of funding will be made when paper on project is completed.
In addition, funding can be used to purchase materials, equipment, etc.
If you are interested, please contact the Research Department.
Thanks and Happy Research!
Published or Accepted for Publication in Peer Review Journals
- Briggs L. Geometry of coplanar stereoscopic radiographic pairs for analysis
of the lateral cervical radiograph: a study using mathematical models. Journal
of Chiropractic Medicine 2011; 10(1):3-11.
- Hart J. Standard deviation analysis of the mastoid fossa temperature differential
reading: a potential model for objective chiropractic assessment. Journal
of Chiropractic Medicine 2011; 10(1):70-73.
- Hart J. Cancer mortality in six lowest versus six highest elevation jurisdictions
in the U.S. Dose Response 2011; 9:50-58.
- Hart J. Mastoid Fossa Temperature Differentials and Health Perception. JVSR 9-28-10.
- Hart J. Mastoid Fossa Temperature Differential Analysis Using the Thermofocus
Instrument and Standard Deviation Analysis: A Case Report. Journal of Vertebral
Subluxation Research 2010 (Dec7): 1-4.
Abstracts presented or accepted for presentation in conferences
The following four submissions have been accepted at the 7th Annual South Carolina
Upstate Research Symposium (http://www.uscupstate.edu/symposium/),
to be held on Friday, April 15 at Milliken & Company in
- Delain R., McMasters K. L., Wang J., York J. and Hart J. Blood
Pressure Changes in African American Patients Receiving Chiropractic Care from
Chiropractic Interns: A Pilot Study.(platform presentation)
- Hart J. Temperature Readings of the Upper Neck and Health Perception (platform
- Luo P. G., Sun Y.-P., Luo J., and Liu J.-H. Cytotoxicity Studies
of Carbon Nanoparticles (poster presentation)
- Wu G., Fleischier and S. Subcellular Localization of Ryanodine Receptor
3 in the Skeletal Muscle of the Mouse. (platform presentation)
Drs. Hart and Luo presented at ACC-RAC 2011 (March 17-19, Las Vegas, Nevada)
for the following posters:
- Mboge C. and Hart J. Allowing a Possible Margin of Error When Assessing Student
Skills in Spinous Process Location.
- Luo, P.G., Cao, L., Sun, Y.-P. and Luo, J., In Vitro Cytotoxicity
Studies of Fluorescent Carbon Nanoparticles.
- Rochelle Delain, Kimberly McMaster, Joe Wang, Jennifer York, and John Hart “Blood
Pressure Changes in African American Patients Receiving Care from Chiropractic
Interns: A Pilot Study”.
Call for Abstracts
The eighth annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium
(IRAPS) on Vertebral Subluxation will be held on Sherman’s campus, October
22-23, 2011. Abstracts
can be submitted through June 1, 2011 with this form.
Lyceum 2011 (May 26-28): https://www.sherman.edu/lyceum/default.asp