We’re proud to announce that Dr Imran Khan Niazi, Laboratory and Research Partnership Manager at the Centre for Chiropractic Research (CCR) at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, has been appointed a member of the WFC Research Committee.
This time every year the College recognises its highest performing students across all aspects of their Chiropractic education. This year we say an exception bunch of students achieve in what has been some challenging times.
The annual Run for Research event took place on Sunday 18th October and this year runners attacked the trails of the picturesque Shakespear Regional Park – all to raise money for chiropractic research.
Imran is a senior research fellow and has worked for the College since 2013. With a PhD in Biomedical Engineering and Sciences, he has been instrumental in bringing the latest technology to analyse research data, which helps the research team gain a better understanding of the effects of chiropractic care. His other role is building research collaborations. Currently, Imran manages research partnerships with 18 universities worldwide. Imran’s research interests include a patient-centred approach to chiropractic care. He employs the latest neurophysiology tools and artificial intelligence [...]
We are devastated by the news that our friend and colleague, David Russell, passed away last week. David was an early graduate of the College graduating in 2000. He was actively involved in chiropractic and throughout his career held executive positions in the Alumni Association, NZCA, Hamblin Trust, and the ASRF to name but a few. He supported many in the Chiropractic Centre as the Chiropractic Centre Director, a position he held for eight years. David’s larger than life personality underpinned a profound commitment [...]
A proud occasion celebrating our Year 4 students as they pop their balloons upon completing their Senior Internship and signing out of the Chiropractic Centre. This long-standing tradition was a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge their contribution to the community, recognise the mentors and support staff that have helped guide them, and to look forward to their Graduation in December. Watch Dean of Chiropractic, Katie Pritchard, talk more about the event in the video below.
Kudzai Zvenyika, who graduated in 2016, was recently named a finalist in the 2019 Women of Influence Awards Young Leader Category for her work with Spine Health Africa. A mission trip organised by Kudzai that provides free Chiropractic care to poor communities in Zimbabwe. Kudzai, a native Zimbabwean, was determined to bring change to her community through free chiropractic care in an area of Zimbabwe that does not offer spine health facilities. Her own journey to health was through chiropractic and it motivated her [...]