Then take a look at this exciting opportunity: The Department for Chiropractic Medicine at the Faculty for Medicine at the University of Zürich and Balgrist Universty Hospital in Zürich, Switzerland seeks to fill two positions of international chiropractic research fellows. Read more in this job advert: Research positions Zürich
When the Danish Chiropractor's Association (DKF) rejoined the European Chiropractor's Union (ECU), it was decided to establish a European research institute, the European Centre for Chiropractic Research Excellence (ECCRE), and place it at the Nordic Institute for Chiropractic and Clinical Biomechanics (NIKKB) in Odense, Denmark.
The aim of the new research institute is to contribute to further development and strengthening of musculoskeletal research in Europe. Placing the research institute at NIKKB will undoubtedly contribute towards that goal because of the possible synergies between researchers at NIKKB and ECCRE.
ECCRE was formally founded in connection with the ECU Convention in May 2016 in Oslo, Norway. The stakeholders ECU and DKF have appointed a board for ECCRE, consisting of two representatives from DKF and two from ECU. DKF appointed Lone Kousgaard Jørgensen and Michael Christensen to the board, while Øystein Ogre, Chairman of ECU and Vasileios Gkolfinopoulos, Treasurer of ECU, were appointed by ECU.
Strategy, Policy and Bylaws
Once a year ECCRE invites researchers from the ECU member countries to apply for grants for musculoskeletal research. If you wish to apply for a grant, you can download the relevant forms following these links:
Grant application form (Word)
Budget application form (Excel)
The deadline for applying for a grant from ECCRE will be annnounced in the NEWS section below and in the ECCRE calendar above. The completed application form, budget application form and appendicies must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact ECCRE, please use the postal adress or mail adress below:
c/o Nordisk Institut for Kiropraktik og Klinisk Biomekanik
5230 Odense M
CARL Fellows work on joint projects 24/7 – literally. Due to the geographical grouping of the fellows at least one fellow is always ready to work on a project at a given time during the day.
The CARL Fellows reveal this in their latest newsletter, which has just been released and the mental image of fellows working all the time illustrates the activity level in the group very well; all the fellows have been very busy since the release of the first newsletter in the summer of 2017.
CARL Fellows have authored or co-authored three published papers, with…
During its meeting in connection with the ECU convention in Cyprus, the board of the European Centre for Chiropractic Excellence (ECCRE) considered the applications for research grant received in 2017. After careful consideration, the board decided to award grants to two research projects, sharing almost EUR 100,000 between the two projects.
The decision brought smiles on the faces of Norwegian researcher Ellen Aartun and Danish researcher Lise Vilstrup Holm; they head the two projects, which have been awarded grants by ECCRE in this year’s distribution of research funds by the organisation.
Ellen Aartun and her co-investigators receive EUR…
Today the first CARL newsletter is published. You can read it by following the link below. There are loads of interesting stuff in the newsletter, so don’t miss it!
In the newsletter, the three mentors, Professor Jon Adams, Professor Greg Kawchuk and Professor Jan Hartvigsen outline the background and the aims for CARL, and each of the CARL fellows give a short description of their work.
You can also read about ongoing CARL projects and upcoming events. Enjoy!
The deadline for applying for a grant from ECCRE in 2018 is 1 February 2018.
If you want to apply for a grant, you can download the relevant forms following these links:
The completed application forms and appendicies must be submitted to email@example.com