July 20, 2010 — Five Northwestern Health Sciences University faculty members were recently recognized at the 62nd annual Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) Convention for their continual dedication to public health.
The MCA Convention gives attendees an opportunity to network with key decision makers in chiropractic, and is held to recognize those who consistently support the profession through time, resources and dedication to public health.
Northwestern faculty honored for 25 years of service and commitment to public health were:
• Anita Manne, DC, DACBR, professor, a 1985 graduate; and
• John Wolfe, Jr., DC, JD, chief compliance officer, (’85).
Other staff and faculty from Northwestern receiving honors included:
• Michele Maiers, DC, MPH, associate dean of research and knowledge transfer, and associate professor, (’00), received the Young Practitioner of the Year Award, given to four doctors in total, which honors doctors who are committed to public health;
• Chuck Sawyer, DC, senior vice president, (’77), received the John Allenburg Meritorious Award;
• John Wolfe, Jr., DC, JD, chief compliance officer, (’85), received the MCA Outstanding Educator Award; and
• David Patterson, DC, associate clinic faculty, (’84), received the President’s Award, which was given to six doctors in total.
Source: Northwestern Health Sciences University, www.nwhealth.edu/nwtoday/index.html