Message from the Vice President:

Steven J. Henriksen PhD

Steven J. Henriksen PhD, Vice President for Research and Biotechnology

Scientific research and other scholarly endeavors are the intellectual foundation of all great universities. The Office of the Vice President for Research and Biotechnology encourages, promotes and nurtures the scholarly creativity of our faculty and students by helping to:

I hope that, at the Office of the Vice President for Research & Biotechnology, we can be of personal assistance to you as you seek research opportunities and collaborations. Although I might at times find myself scheduled to numerous meetings outside of my control, please know that my door is almost always open. I welcome your visit to my office in The University Research Center (URC). Susan Dominguez and I are in the first office on the left.

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The Office of the Vice President:

  • Supervises the effective administration of sponsored programs
  • Serves as the University’s advocate and spokesperson on research issues

WesternU Research

PubMed: Western University of Health Sciences

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Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy Efficacious for Patients With Chronic Migraines

MA Seffinger

work. (doi:10.7556/jaoa.2015.127) Lukas Martincik, OMS III Michael A. Seffinger, DO
Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific,
Pomona, California Reference 1. Seffinger MA. Osteopathic


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Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research

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