November 7, 2011 — Parker University is accepting nominations for the coveted Drugless Research Hall of Fame Award. Founded by Parker University College of Chiropractic, the award is an innovative recognition platform designed to showcase significant contributions in drug-free research worldwide.
Previous Drugless Research Hall of Fame Inductees include Dr. Ronald Rupert, Dr. Cheryl Hawk, and Dr. Arlan W. Fuhr.
Nominees for the fourth inductee should be individuals who are doctors of chiropractic, have been involved with drugless research over a period of five years or more, have made significant and lasting contributions to chiropractic through their research, and have not previously received this award.
The award will be presented in Las Vegas at the Parker Starlight Soiree on Jan. 20, 2012, which will be held during Parker Seminars Las Vegas. More than 400 guests are expected to attend the private, Las Vegas-style, “red carpet” event to celebrate the profession, honor the fourth inductee into the Drugless Research Hall of Fame, network with leaders in chiropractic, and support chiropractic research.
“The chiropractic community has such a dedicated group of professionals and some of the most dedicated are those who work tirelessly to conduct research,” said Dr. Gilles Lamarche, vice president of Parker Seminars, Parker clinics, research, and continuing education at Parker University. “Research further establishes chiropractic in the health care realm and is urgently needed to support why and how chiropractic works. It’s our honor to award individuals that continuously play a large role in research efforts within the profession.”
All nominations should be submitted by Dec. 1, 2011. To nominate an individual for this award, visit www.parker.edu/DRHF-Nominations.
Source: Parker University, www.parker.edu