Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences
Dr. Michael Fergus is an assistant professor in the department of clinical sciences at National University of Health Sciences, specializing in diagnostic imaging. His duties at NUHS include teaching the graduate level doctor of chiropractic students, and the post-graduate students enrolled in the diagnostic imaging residency as they work towards earning their masters in science in diagnostic imaging and qualifying to take the diplomate examination with the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology.
In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Dr. Fergus works as a radiology clinician and has done consulting work with the NUHS research department on several NIH funded studies.
Dr. Fergus currently serves as the secretary and treasurer for the American Chiropractic College of Radiology. He was elected to this position after having served several years as an examiner/member of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. He has worked as a guest lecturer with Rush University College of Nursing and maintains a consulting practice with numerous chiropractic physicians and imaging centers throughout Illinois. He is currently working to develop several post-graduate programs for NUHS.
Dr. Fergus attained his bachelor of science in psychology from Loyola University Chicago, and his bachelor of science and doctor of chiropractic from NUHS (then National College of Chiropractic). He also completed a full-time residency in diagnostic imaging at NUHS. He has over a decade of experience in the field of diagnostic imaging and continues to expand his focus in the field of imaging by working to attain certification with diagnostic ultrasound.