Dr. Edward Cambridge receives CCA Young Investigator Award
By Maria DiDanieli
Nov. 29, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Chiropractic
Association (CCA) is delighted to announce that Dr. Ed Cambridge has been named
the recipient of the 2012 CCA Young Investigator Award.
award recognizes young researchers working in the field of chiropractic and is given
for a paper submitted for this competition that: has not yet been published; or
for a recently published paper. To be considered for the award, the
investigator has not had his/her degree longer than two years before submitting
Cambridge has made very significant contributions to the chiropractic
his many achievements to date, he has recently published two research papers
that have had very high impact in the scientific literature and – as he was the
“lead author” for both papers –
have established Dr. Cambridge as a very capable young researcher who is
clearly in a position to collaborate effectively with world-class researchers.
Cambridge is a PhD candidate currently studying under the supervision of
Professor Stuart McGill PhD (a world class researcher), in the Spine
Biomechanics Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology and the Faculty of
Applied Health Science at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. He is
currently working on “Hip and Spine Integration” and understanding this
relationship through normal mechanics of the linkage, the effects of low back
pain, and corrective exercise and rehabilitation.
Cambridge received the CIHR-CMCC summer student scholarship in 2008 and 2009
while at CMCC. More recently, he received the CIHR Sir Frederick Banting and
Dr. Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship Award for Master’s Students.
graduated from Brock University in 2006 with a Bachelor in Kinesiology and
received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial
Chiropractic College in Toronto in 2010.
2011, Dr. Cambridge was fast-tracked from the Masters of Science program and
immediately entered into the PhD program in Kinesiology (Biomechanics) at the
University of Waterloo.
Canadian Chiropractor would like to congratulate Dr. Cambridge on his achievement!
Source: The Journal of the Canadian
Chiropractor Association, printed with permission.