Palmer College of Chiropractic - Student Research Program
Before beginning his career as a chiropractor in Tarpon Springs, Florida, Shawn Hanson attended the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, where he earned a bachelor of science in biology in 2003. Currently residing in Tarpon Springs, Shawn Hanson also attended the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, Florida, where he studied to become a chiropractor.
The Palmer College of Chiropractic includes a student research program that teaches innovative and high-quality treatments and procedures to provide clients with the best experience possible. The program is a faculty-mentored project that helps create an appreciation for research along with learning research methodologies.
The Palmer College Research Program offers either a two-year masters degree in clinical research, or a research honors program for students seeking a doctorate in chiropractic. The honors program helps students identify potential research career opportunities and expand their education in chiropractic research and training. Students are able to design their honors program based on the type of research career they envision.