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    Nina S Bradley, BS, MS, PhD

    TitleAssociate Professor of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy and of Cell and Neurobiology
    SchoolHerman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
    DepartmentBiokinesiology and Physical Therapy
    AddressCHP G10H
    Health Sciences Campus
    Los Angeles California 90089-9006
    Phone+1 323 442 2910
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      Dr. Bradley's research and teaching interests are in several areas of motor control, with an emphasis on developmental aspects of sensorimotor physiology, neuro-biomechanical interactions, and skill acquisition. She is director of the Motor Control Development Laboratory.


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      1. Sun SY, Bradley N. Differences in flexor and extensor activity during locomotor-related leg movements in chick embryos. Dev Psychobiol. 2017 Apr; 59(3):357-366. PMID: 28323348.
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      2. Porterfield JH, Sindhurakar A, Finley JM, Bradley N. Drift during overground locomotion in newly hatched chicks varies with light exposure during embryogenesis. Dev Psychobiol. 2015 May; 57(4):459-69. PMID: 25864867; PMCID: PMC4412794.
      3. Bradley N, Ryu YU, Yeseta MC. Spontaneous locomotor activity in late-stage chicken embryos is modified by stretch of leg muscles. J Exp Biol. 2014 Mar 15; 217(Pt 6):896-907. PMID: 24265423; PMCID: PMC3951363.
      4. Sindhurakar A, Bradley N. Light accelerates morphogenesis and acquisition of interlimb stepping in chick embryos. PLoS One. 2012; 7(12):e51348. PMID: 23236480; PMCID: PMC3516530.
      5. Sindhurakar A, Bradley N. Kinematic analysis of overground locomotion in chicks incubated under different light conditions. Dev Psychobiol. 2010 Dec; 52(8):802-12. PMID: 20589718.
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      6. Ryu YU, Bradley N. Precocious locomotor behavior begins in the egg: development of leg muscle patterns for stepping in the chick. PLoS One. 2009 Jul 03; 4(7):e6111. PMID: 19578536; PMCID: PMC2700958.
      7. Bradley N, Ryu YU, Lin J. Fast locomotor burst generation in late stage embryonic motility. J Neurophysiol. 2008 Apr; 99(4):1733-42. PMID: 18272869.
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      8. Bradley N, Solanki D, Zhao D. Limb movements during embryonic development in the chick: evidence for a continuum in limb motor control antecedent to locomotion. J Neurophysiol. 2005 Dec; 94(6):4401-11. PMID: 16162824.
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      9. Oztop E, Bradley N, Arbib MA. Infant grasp learning: a computational model. Exp Brain Res. 2004 Oct; 158(4):480-503. PMID: 15221160.
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      10. Bradley N. Connecting the dots between animal and human studies of locomotion. Focus on "Infants adapt their stepping to repeated trip-inducing stimuli". J Neurophysiol. 2003 Oct; 90(4):2088-9. PMID: 14534262.
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      11. Bradley N, Jahng DY. Selective effects of light exposure on distribution of motility in the chick embryo at E18. J Neurophysiol. 2003 Sep; 90(3):1408-17. PMID: 12761280.
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      12. Bradley N. Age-related changes and condition-dependent modifications in distribution of limb movements during embryonic motility. J Neurophysiol. 2001 Oct; 86(4):1511-22. PMID: 11600617.
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      13. Bradley N, Sebelski C. Ankle restraint modifies motility at E12 in chick embryos. J Neurophysiol. 2000 Jan; 83(1):431-40. PMID: 10634885.
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      14. Bradley N. Transformations in embryonic motility in chick: kinematic correlates of type I and II motility at E9 and E12. J Neurophysiol. 1999 Apr; 81(4):1486-94. PMID: 10200185.
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      15. Bradley N. Reduction in buoyancy alters parameters of motility in E9 chick embryos. Physiol Behav. 1997 Sep; 62(3):591-5. PMID: 9272669.
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      16. Chambers SH, Bradley N, Orosz MD. Kinematic analysis of wing and leg movements for type I motility in E9 chick embryos. Exp Brain Res. 1995; 103(2):218-26. PMID: 7789429.
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      17. Orosz MD, Bradley N, Chambers SH. Correcting two-dimensional kinematic errors for chick embryonic movements in ovo. Comput Biol Med. 1994 Jul; 24(4):305-14. PMID: 7842652.
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      18. Bradley N, Bekoff A. Development of coordinated movement in chicks: II. Temporal analysis of hindlimb muscle synergies at embryonic day 10 in embryos with spinal gap transections. J Neurobiol. 1992 Jun; 23(4):420-32. PMID: 1634889.
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      19. Bradley N. Animal models offer the opportunity to acquire a new perspective on motor development. Phys Ther. 1990 Dec; 70(12):776-87. PMID: 2236221.
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      20. Bradley N, Bekoff A. Development of coordinated movement in chicks: I. Temporal analysis of hindlimb muscle synergies at embryonic days 9 and 10. Dev Psychobiol. 1990 Dec; 23(8):763-82. PMID: 2081575.
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      21. Bradley N, Smith JL. Neuromuscular patterns of stereotypic hindlimb behaviors in the first two postnatal months. II. Stepping in spinal kittens. Brain Res. 1988 Jan 01; 466(1):53-67. PMID: 3342331.
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      22. Bradley N, Smith JL. Neuromuscular patterns of stereotypic hindlimb behaviors in the first two postnatal months. I. Stepping in normal kittens. Brain Res. 1988 Jan 01; 466(1):37-52. PMID: 3342330.
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      23. Bradley N, Smith JL. Neuromuscular patterns of stereotypic hindlimb behaviors in the first two postnatal months. III. Scratching and the paw-shake response in kittens. Brain Res. 1988 Jan 01; 466(1):69-82. PMID: 3342332.
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