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June 2020, Press Releases

LIFE UNIVERSITY CREATES GROUNDBREAKING CHIROPRACTIC TECHNOLOGY WITH PAT (PALPATION AND ADJUSTMENT TRAINER)

Marietta, Georgia, June 24, 2020 – Life University (LIFE) is yet again leading the way in chiropractic education with the creation of PAT (Palpation and Adjustment Trainer). Developed by the University’s Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR), PAT is an anatomically accurate, technology-based mannequin with the look, feel, size and weight of an average person.

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Students Boost Research at LIFE

Life University offers its students many opportunities to get involved in research. Research is a critical component in health care, especially Chiropractic. Students can develop their own research studies or work on a new or existing study with LIFE faculty, staff or field doctors.

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ORSA Research Funding for LIFE U Faculty & Staff

Small-scale funding for research and other evidence-based scholarly and creative activities is provided by the ORSA Funded Projects program. This opportunity is open to LIFE U faculty and staff. The application deadline is March 2, 2020. For questions email the Office of Sponsored Research and…

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Call for the 2020 GURC Posters at Georgia State Capitol

The second annual “Posters at the Georgia Capitol” will take place on February 25, 2020, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. (includes set up and take down times) in Atlanta, Georgia. Any student who will be enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Spring of 2020 in a public or private Institution located in…

Chiropractic

Meet Pat

Our researchers at the Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research are at the forefront of studying the biomechanics of the chiropractor’s most important tool, the adjustment. Especially for education, they have developed a mannequin with the look, feel, size and weight of an…

Jan 2019, Press Releases

LIFE UNIVERSITY’S NEUROLIFE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES INNOVATIVE NEUROLOGICAL TREATMENT RESEARCH RESULTS

Marietta, Georgia, January 23, 2019 – Life University’s NeuroLIFE Institute recently concluded its extensive research on the NeuroSage – a video game type of equipment developed to increase brain function in individuals with neurological deficiencies. After testing this treatment modality, the NeuroLIFE Institute has found that it is not only safe to use, but it has proven effective in increasing brain function, such as cognitive and balance parameters, in said individuals.

Faces of LIFE

Tali Abraham

Avital “Tali” Abraham works as the Research and Program Coordinator for Life University’s Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE). Abraham coordinates all of the programs at the Center, but she also conducts research projects as well, such as the one that is taking place at Lee Arrendale State Prison for Women (LIFE’s Chillon Project).