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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

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.

Princess Burnett

Princess Burnett – ND student
Princess Burnett, ND, first author with Dr. Jennifer Green, ND. Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis: The Impact of Nutrition. Naturopathic Doctor News & Review. 2021 Student Scholarship – 3rd Place Case Study. Posted 7/2/2021. https://ndnr.com/autoimmuneallergy-medicine/hashimotos-thyroiditis-the-impact-of-nutrition/

Rachel Francis – DC Student, Research Fellow

Rachel Francis – DC Student, Research Fellow
Rachel currently with Dr. Madigan, collaborating on topics related to public health and evidence-based practice. Her professional interests include women’s health, food justice, environmental health, and nutrition and physical modalities research. She is active as a student member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and American Public Health Association (APHA).

Jessy Glaub – DC student, Research Fellow

Jessy Glaub – DC student, Research Fellow
Jessy Glaub, DC, Co-authored a poster presented at the 28th Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference. March 25 – 27, 2021. Madigan, D., Foshee, W., Glaub, J. Pain and Substance Use Disorder Comorbidity and Considerations for Doctors of Chiropractic: A Review of the Literature. J Chiro Ed. 2020. 34(1).