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 methods to assess the effects of chiropractic care on the central and peripheral nervous system in his research.

Recently, a research project in collaboration with Auckland University of Technology and Brain Research New Zealand, resulted in a publication in the journal, NeuroScience and Biobehavioral Reviews. Research journals have an impact rating, and the higher the impact rating, the more prestigious and difficult to have publications accepted.

We congratulate Imran, as this journal has an impact factor of 8.33, placing it in the top 3% of research journals worldwide. It is the highest-rated journal that has accepted a research paper from the team.

An excellent result for Imran and the Centre for Chiropractic Research team.