CMCC News

Drs. Pierre Côté and Martha Funabashi awarded funding from the CCRF


The Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) has announced funding for four new National Research Grants. These evidence-based research projects will advance the profession’s knowledge base and contribute to improved care for patients living with muscular, skeletal and nervous system pain.
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Dr. Jessica Wong accepted into the Chiropractic Academy of Research Leadership (CARL) Fellowship.


Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Wong (Class of 2010), accepted into the prestigious CARL Fellowship program.
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Dr. Spencer Bell recognized by RCCSS(C)


Congratulations to Dr. Spencer Bell (Class of ‘17) who was recognized by the Foundation for the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) with their Annual Academic Achievement Scholarship Award.
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The Centre for Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation wins grant to further the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative in collaboration with EUROSPINE


Congratulations to Dr. Carol Cancelliere, the Project Lead for the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI), a project administered by the Centre for Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation, a joint program between CMCC and Ontario Tech. Cancelliere, working with a team comprised of CMCC's Director of Research Partnerships Dr. Silvano Mior, Canada Research Chair in Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Dr. Pierre Côté, and collaborators Drs. Margareta Nordin (New York University), and Paulo Pereira,(Centro Hospitalar S. João, Porto (Portugal)) was successful in receiving funding from the Task Force Research, EUROSPINE this September.
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Congratulations to the CMCC Spinterns


Congratulations to the CMCC Spinterns! This year, CMCC’s team and supporters contributed over $1,500 to a total of $1,660,000 raised.
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Dr. Martha Funabashi accepted into prestigious US Bone and Joint Institution Young Investigator Initiative Program -USBJI YII


CMCC is pleased to announce that Dr. Martha Funabashi was accepted to participate in the United States Bone and Joint Institute Young Investigator Initiative Workshop (abbreviated USBJI YII).
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The CMCC Spinterns are en route to Montreal


CMCC interns help prepare riders for the 2019 PWA Friends for Life Bike Rally
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CMCC Researchers welcome colleagues from Macquarie University in Australia


From July 8 to 10, Drs. Mike Swain and Aron Downie from Macquarie University met with Drs. Martha Funabashi and Sam Howarth to discuss potential joint research projects.
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Researchers investigate the concept of regional interdependence in a study published by Drs. Shawn Engell, John J Triano and Sam Howarth


Force transmission between thoracic and cervical segments of the spine during prone-lying high-velocity low-amplitude spinal manipulation: A proof of principle for the concept of regional interdependence
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The Spring/Summer Edition of Primary Contact is Ready!


The spring/summer edition of Primary Contact is ready and available.
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CMCC at the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA)


The World Health Organization (WHO) hosts an assembly meeting where representatives of the United Nations’ 194 member states send high-level delegations to Geneva to participate in health planning and decision-making..
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Dr. Martha Funabashi awarded New Frontiers in Research Fund


Toronto, ON, Canada, May 23, 2019: CMCC is pleased to announce that CMCC Researcher Dr. Martha Funabashi has been awarded a New Frontiers in Research Fund Award, a Tri-Agency Institutional Programs Secretariat grant (CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC) for early career researchers to conduct international, interdisciplinary, high-risk and high-reward research.
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Dr. Martha Funabashi on Chiropracticscience.com


Dr. Martha Funabashi awarded New Frontiers in Research Fund
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The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College becomes a signatory to the International Clinical and Professional Chiropractic Education Position Statement


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College becomes a signatory to the International Clinical and Professional Chiropractic Education Position Statement
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Nutritional tips for beating the winter blues


Food can make us feel good, not only because of its good taste, but also through nourishing the body. Research shows that some foods influence our appetites and moods through their effects on brain chemicals called neurotransmitters. Three such neurotransmitters are: serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine.
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Celebrating Black History Month


American historian and educator Carter Godwin Woodson set the foundation for what is known today as National Black History Month. It is celebrated in February because that is when, in 1926, Woodson and the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) decided to launch a ’Negro History Week,’ the precursor to Black History Month.
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CMCC signs Memorandum of Understanding with UofT Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation


The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the University of Toronto’s Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation (IHPME) that aims to foster greater collaboration and promote educational research among the students and faculty of CMCC’s Clinical Sciences Graduate Studies Program and those of IHPME.
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CMCC signs MOU with IFEC, the Institut Franco-Européen de Chiropraxie


CMCC has signed an official Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Institut Franco- Européen de Chiropraxie (IFEC) that formalizes a five-year partnership among the two institutions to collaborate on research, develop joint courses and exchange staff for teaching and research.
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University researcher’s study proposes faster and less expensive recovery from whiplash injuries


CMCC alumnus Dr. Pierre Côté says over-treatment of injuries inflicts huge health-care costs
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