February 15, 2010 — Dr. Cheryl Hawk, Cleveland Chiropractic College’s vice president for research and scholarship, received the Drugless Researcher Hall of Fame Award in Las Vegas Jan. 15.
The award is given by Parker College of Chiropractic to honor the long-term contributions to nonpharmacological healthcare research. Hawk is a dedicated and experienced researcher whose primary focus continues to be public health, health promotion, and prevention.
Hawk has an extensive and impressive record of both peer reviewed publications and grants. She is the leader of the Cleveland Chiropractic Research Center, with a team comprised of talented researchers from both the Los Angeles and Kansas City campuses. Hawk is the second individual to receive the Drugless Researcher Hall of Fame Award, following in the footsteps of Dr. Ronald Rupert, a 1975 CCCKC graduate. Hawk has received the American Public Health Association Distinguished Service Award in 2001, was named the American Chiropractic Association’s “Researcher of the Year” in 2003, and was named the “Researcher of the Year” by the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research in 2005.
Source: Cleveland Chiropractic College, www.cleveland.edu