Nina S Bradley, BS, MS, PhD

Title(s)Associate Professor Of Biokinesiology And Physical Therapy And Of Cell And Neurobiology
SchoolHerman Ostrow School of Dentistry of Usc
AddressCHP G10H
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 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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    Development and control of repetitive leg movements during embryonic development
    NIH R01HD053367Aug 1, 2006 - Jul 31, 2010
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Quantification of reactive arm responses to a slip perturbation. J Biomech. 2022 03; 133:110967. Lee-Confer JS, Bradley NS, Powers CM. PMID: 35093734.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. Ankle muscle tenotomy does not alter ankle flexor muscle recruitment bias during locomotor-related repetitive limb movement in late-stage chick embryos. Dev Psychobiol. 2018 03; 60(2):150-164. Sun SY, Baker LL, Bradley NS. PMID: 29193030.
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    3. Differences in flexor and extensor activity during locomotor-related leg movements in chick embryos. Dev Psychobiol. 2017 04; 59(3):357-366. Sun SY, Bradley NS. PMID: 28323348.
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    4. Drift during overground locomotion in newly hatched chicks varies with light exposure during embryogenesis. Dev Psychobiol. 2015 May; 57(4):459-69. Porterfield JH, Sindhurakar A, Finley JM, Bradley NS. PMID: 25864867; PMCID: PMC4412794.
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    5. 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. Bradley NS, Ryu YU, Yeseta MC. PMID: 24265423; PMCID: PMC3951363.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 4     Fields:    Translation:Animals
    6. Light accelerates morphogenesis and acquisition of interlimb stepping in chick embryos. PLoS One. 2012; 7(12):e51348. Sindhurakar A, Bradley NS. PMID: 23236480; PMCID: PMC3516530.
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    7. Kinematic analysis of overground locomotion in chicks incubated under different light conditions. Dev Psychobiol. 2010 Dec; 52(8):802-12. Sindhurakar A, Bradley NS. PMID: 20589718.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 6     Fields:    Translation:Animals
    8. 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. Ryu YU, Bradley NS. PMID: 19578536; PMCID: PMC2700958.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 8     Fields:    Translation:Animals
    9. Fast locomotor burst generation in late stage embryonic motility. J Neurophysiol. 2008 Apr; 99(4):1733-42. Bradley NS, Ryu YU, Lin J. PMID: 18272869.
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    10. 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. Bradley NS, Solanki D, Zhao D. PMID: 16162824.
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    11. Infant grasp learning: a computational model. Exp Brain Res. 2004 Oct; 158(4):480-503. Oztop E, Bradley NS, Arbib MA. PMID: 15221160.
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    12. 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. Bradley NS. PMID: 14534262.
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    13. Selective effects of light exposure on distribution of motility in the chick embryo at E18. J Neurophysiol. 2003 Sep; 90(3):1408-17. Bradley NS, Jahng DY. PMID: 12761280.
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    14. Age-related changes and condition-dependent modifications in distribution of limb movements during embryonic motility. J Neurophysiol. 2001 Oct; 86(4):1511-22. Bradley NS. PMID: 11600617.
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    15. Ankle restraint modifies motility at E12 in chick embryos. J Neurophysiol. 2000 Jan; 83(1):431-40. Bradley NS, Sebelski C. PMID: 10634885.
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    16. 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. Bradley NS. PMID: 10200185.
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    17. Reduction in buoyancy alters parameters of motility in E9 chick embryos. Physiol Behav. 1997 Sep; 62(3):591-5. Bradley NS. PMID: 9272669.
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    18. Kinematic analysis of wing and leg movements for type I motility in E9 chick embryos. Exp Brain Res. 1995; 103(2):218-26. Chambers SH, Bradley NS, Orosz MD. PMID: 7789429.
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    19. Correcting two-dimensional kinematic errors for chick embryonic movements in ovo. Comput Biol Med. 1994 Jul; 24(4):305-14. Orosz MD, Bradley NS, Chambers SH. PMID: 7842652.
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    20. 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. Bradley NS, Bekoff A. PMID: 1634889.
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    21. 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. Bradley NS, Bekoff A. PMID: 2081575.
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    22. Animal models offer the opportunity to acquire a new perspective on motor development. Phys Ther. 1990 Dec; 70(12):776-87. Bradley NS. PMID: 2236221.
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