Advancing the Science of Chiropractic
As a premier health sciences university, Logan’s mission and curriculum are grounded in evidence-informed, outcome-based research and scholarship. Our faculty participate in research activity throughout the year. This activity can include everything from reviewing a spectrum of newscientific literature to producing new evidence through their own research. Faculty present their research locally, regionally, nationally and internationally and are also serve as peer reviewers for medical journals.
While some programs require students to complete research projects, not all do. Regardless of program requirements, all Logan University students are invited and encouraged to enhance their educational experience by participating in original research through a faculty mentor, identified through the Research Advisory Committee (RAC), who can help facilitate the research process. Students participating in research may be invited to participate in Logan’s Research Day on campus either in person or virtually.
Logan University Research Day
Today’s research becomes tomorrow’s best practices. Logan University’s Research Day is an annual day set aside for students and faculty to share their research from the past year with the Logan community. All research projects must have prior approval from the Research Advisory Committee and the Institutional Review Board (IRB) or be stamped exempt prior to being started. Students participating in research projects may also be eligible for a research award at graduation.