Maja Stupar, BSc, DC

Maja Stupar
Masters Candidate,
Department of Health Policy, Measurement and Evaluation,
University of Toronto

Maja Stupar is currently a Masters candidate studying Clinical Epidemiology at the Department of Health Policy, Measurement and Evaluation, University of Toronto. She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Biology from University of Toronto in 2000. Since becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic, she has been in part-time practice and working on her clinical specialty from which she graduated in 2006.

Her research interests are in the field of musculoskeletal injuries including prognostic factors influencing recovery from whiplash injuries, prognostic factors influencing the symptom presentation in osteoarthritis and relationships between anatomical variations in structure and development of osteoarthritis. She is also interested in development and validation of measurement instruments administered in clinical trials involving these musculoskeletal conditions.

Selected Publications

  • Stupar M, Peterson CK. Segment-specific association between cervical pillar hyperplasia (CPH) and degenerative joint disease (DJD). Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2006 Sep 13; 14:21.
  • Stupar M, Mauron D and Peterson CK. Inter-examiner Reliability of the Diagnosis of Cervical Pillar Hyperplasia (CPH), and the Correlation Between Cervical Pillar Hyperplasia and Spinal Degenerative Joint Disease. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2003 Dec 17; 4(1):28.

See publications by Maja Stupar on PubMed.