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Dr. Cramer, DC, Ph.D.

Gregory D. Cramer is the Dean of Research at National University of Health Sciences. He graduated from National in 1979 before practicing chiropractic medicine; after receiving his Ph.D., he began teaching anatomy and conducting research at the University. Dr. Cramer has worked on over 25 externally funded, and over 10 NIH-funded projects. In 2005 he was honored by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) with its Researcher of the Year Award. He has published over 150 abstracts, papers, and book chapters, and is co-author (with Dr. Sue Darby) of Basic and Clinical Anatomy of the Spine, Spinal Cord, and ANS.

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Alternative Medicine, Complementary Medicine, medical research

6 Reasons Students Should Engage in Research During their Medical Education

National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) holds a highly respected position in evidence-based medical research, and as such, students are strongly encouraged to reap the rewards of participating in it during their time at the University.

Research offers numerous benefits and is a great way for students to further their understanding of a specific field, as well as any specialties in which they may be interested.

Here are 6 reasons why students may want to engage in research during their education:

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018