The fundamental goals of the Cleveland Chiropractic Research Center are to promote and conduct research and participate in scholarly activities that will further chiropractic education and health care. The research department collaborates with other institutions of higher education and other health care providers.
The efforts directed toward reaching these goals include work in many disciplines, including anatomy, neurology, biomechanics, neurophysiology, instrumentation, public health, geriatrics and assessment of the clinical chiropractic treatment.
The College maintains a clinical research area for faculty and student use. Computers within the College are available for literature searches, statistical analysis, and data collection and retrieval