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NUHS Welcomes New Assistant Dean of Chiropractic Medicine

by Mar 26, 2021

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Jeffrey Ware, MS, DC, DABCIJeffrey Ware, MS, DC, DABCI has been appointed assistant dean of chiropractic medicine for National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Lombard, Illinois. Most recently he served the university as chair of the clinical sciences department and interim assistant dean of chiropractic medicine.

“My chief focus in this new role will be on current and future students and providing them a full scope, evidence-based education that supports the university’s mission and helps to ensure graduates’ success in any practice environment. I want NUHS graduates to stand out as leaders, educators, practitioners and humanitarians,” he said.

Dr. Ware holds extensive and diverse clinical, academic and practice experience. Previously, he held the positions of executive director of chiropractic programs, clinical compliance coordinator, and assistant professor of clinical sciences at D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York.

Additionally, he has served at Logan University as assistant professor, clinician, dean of chiropractic affairs, assistant dean of educational planning and clinic director. While there, Dr. Ware led the updating of the clinic system’s practices and procedures, including the student clinic curriculum, and supervised the remodeling of two intern clinics and the Human Performance Center.

Dr. Ware is a 1989 Logan University doctor of chiropractic graduate. He also holds a Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance, and is a Diplomate, American Board of Chiropractic Internist, a certified insurance consultant, and has authored several research papers.

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