Dr. Bradley Davidson

Bradley Davidson, PHD

Associate Professor

Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

bradley.davidson@du.edu | ECS 443 | 303-871-2133 | CV

Academic Degree

PhD, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest

Research Interests

Dr. Bradley Davidson is an Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering and director of the Human Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Denver and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. His research focuses on understanding and characterizing lumbar spine stability in across healthy and pathologic populations through in vivo experimental measurement and musculoskeletal modeling. Specific applications focus on muscle activation and biomechanics of spinal manipulation therapy, geometric modeling of intervertebral kinematics, and muscle coordination and proprioception in the lumbar spine.