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NUHS Celebrates International Women’s Day

NUHS is proud to recognize the hard work and accomplishments of all our outstanding female students, faculty, and staff.

From winning awards and writing books, to publishing research and starting new treatment programs, these dedicated women have made great strides in advancing the field of complementary and alternative medicine.

Join us today, International Women's Day, by reviewing and celebrating some of the many exceptional achievements from the past year.

NUHS DC Student Receives NBCE Scholarship

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Alli Totzke, a 10th trimester DC student, received one of four $2,500 outstanding essay awards from The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE as part of their Annual Student Scholarship Competition.

Dr. Gantzer Presents Florida Chiropractic Association HIV & AIDs Licensing Course

Thursday, December 3, 2020

NUHS-Florida faculty member Jennifer Gantzer, DC, MS, recently taught the first-year chiropractic graduate licensing course, "HIV & AIDS: A Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAMS) Approach," during the Florida Chiropractic Association's (FCA's) Southwest Regional Convention in Naples, Fla.

ND student Princess Burnett and Dr. Sorensen publish study on the use of citrus fruits and mushrooms in lowering heart disease

Monday, October 19, 2020

Princess Burnett, a student in the NUHS naturopathic medicine program, and faculty member Lorinda Sorensen, ND, MSAc, recently published a study about ergothioneine and citrus metabolites and their use in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

NUHS grad to kickstart inpatient acupuncture treatment program at Elmhurst Hospital

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

As a medical doctor and recent NUHS acupuncture graduate, Nooshig Salvador, MD, MSOM, HMDC, FACP, LAc, Diplomate OM, works at one of many hospital systems that have begun offering integrative medicine treatments for their patients. Within the Palliative Care Program of Elmhurst-Edward Health, Dr. Salvador has been using acupuncture predominately to treat the pain of those with chronic illnesses.

NUHS DC student Rameda Lee awarded Schweitzer Fellowship

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Rameda Lee, an NUHS chiropractic student, was recently awarded the prestigious Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for her proposal of a stewardship themed, bi-monthly seminar focusing on caring for one's body as the first possession ever received.

NUHS faculty member writes book about diabetes

Friday, May 8, 2020

Jaya Prakash, MD, MPH, SM(NRCM), SM(ASCP), an adjunct professor at National University, recently published a new book about diabetes and how it can be treated.

NUHS Florida alum starts "Drivers Health Clinic" specialized to the trucking industry and occupational safety

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

When Bethany Dixon, DC, RD, LDN, CME, graduated from the NUHS Florida-site in 2014, she was able to take advantage of a new federal law that eventually helped her launch a whole new business venture. The new law required U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)-mandated physicals to be performed only by physicians who completed examinations certified and registered by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

NUHS faculty member wins award for her studies combining chiropractic medicine and public health

Friday, March 27, 2020

NUHS Faculty Dana Madigan, DC, MPH, recently received the American Chiropractic Association's Academician of the Year Award, which recognizes individuals for their efforts to advance the profession through academic or educational excellence.

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