Dr. Carl Saubert to Retire in December

Dr. Saubert, Logan’s leader of academic affairs, has announced his plans for retirement from Logan University at the end of 2014. Dr. Saubert will continue with Logan in a consulting role through 2015 to shepherd the University through the Council on Chiropractic Education re-accreditation process.

“Dr. Saubert’s expertise in campus administration and chiropractic accreditation has helped Logan earn and maintain its reputation for world-class education. He will be missed and we have very large shoes to fill in his replacement,” said J. Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD, President of Logan University.

Logan will be conducting a national search for Dr. Saubert’s replacement.

Dr. Saubert earned his doctorate in exercise physiology in August 1972 from Washington State University, holds a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Washington State University and a Bachelor of Science in Education from Eastern Montana College.

Logan University Taking Leadership Role in Local Health Care Community

Logan University is taking a leadership role in the St. Louis health care community as the founding member of the St. Louis Health Care Baldrige Community of Excellence, the first local chapter of the state's Excellence in Missouri Foundation.

Along with Logan, a group of local health care organizations has formed a collaborative relationship to promote performance excellence in their community.

Arthritis Walk Kick Off Event - March 6th

All are invited to the Arthritis Walk Kick Off Event on Thursday, March 6th between 5:30pm and 7:30pm at the Chesterfield Villas. The event will feature food, fun and additional information about the Arthritis Walk. 

Address:
Chesterfield Villas

14901 North Outer 40 Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017

Statewide Tornado Drill - March 6th

A statewide tornado drill is scheduled for March 6 at 1:30 pm. The Logan Community will NOT participate in the drill. Do not seek shelter when the sirens around as it is only a drill. 
 
Logan will schedule a full drill at a later date.

Logan Faculty Research Presentations

Hear Logan faculty research presentations which will be presented at the National Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference later this month. 

Faculty presenting on March 7th in Room G134 at 11:05am:
Dr. Battaglia - Reliability of the Goutallier classification in quantifying lumbar multifidus fat using MRI

Dr. Mattox - Sonography of occult rib and costal cartilage fractures: A case series
Dr. Yochum - A diagnosis of post traumatic myositis ossificans using ultrasonography and radiography
Dr. Tepe - The relationship between test anxiety and grade point average in chiropractic college students
Dr. Kaeser - Didactic versus problem-based learning: is there a difference in student knowledge retention?

Faculty presenting on March 14th in Room G134 at 11:05am:
Dr. Snyder - Effectiveness of electro-acupuncture on ganglion cysts: a case study
Dr. Woolsey - The combined use of alcohol and energy drinks as a predictor of increased risk for drinking and driving
Dr. Kettner - Tactile discrimination and adaptation reflect reorganization of primary somatosensory cortex in carpal tunnel syndrome
Dr. Welk - Ultrasound imaging of full-thickness rotator cuff tears: a report of two cases
Dr. Haun - Longitudinal excursion of the sciatic nerve in the thigh during passive ankle motion measured with ultrasonography in asymptomatic subjects