Student Research Success Stories
At National University, you can choose to engage in your own research projects that you work on independently, or seek to work on joint projects with faculty mentors. Many of our students have even published their research in scientific journals, or have presented their research at national conferences.
Here are a few of our stduent research success stories:
Jocelyn Faydenko, DC, ND – Research Resident
Co-authored a publication in the journal for Canadian Association for Naturopathic Doctors.
Yu M, Faydenko J. Socioeconomic inequity and inequality results in disproportionate detrimental impact to racialized populations in North America and the UK. CAND Vital Link. 2020; 2: 32-34.
Dana Muligano – DC Student, Research Fellow
Co-authored a case report with Dr Serlin.
Muligano D, Serlin A. Successful Treatment of Low Back Pain with a Novel Flexion Distraction Device: a case report. In preparation.
Princess Burnett – ND student
Co-authored a publication with Dr. Sorensen.
Sorensen L, Burnett P. Ergothioneine and Citrus Metabolites Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: Results from a Swedish prospective cohort study. Natural Medicine Journal. August 2020; Vol. 12 Issue 8.
Thomas Marciano – DC student
2nd place finish in chiropractic student research competition at the 2019 ACA Sports Symposium. Marciano T. Tai Chi and Qi Gong as treatment for sport related concussions.