Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science
Dr. Bradley Davidson is an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and director of the DU Human Dynamics Laboratory. He holds a BS in civil engineering from Tennessee Tech, an MS in engineering mechanics from Virginia Tech, and a PhD in biomedical engineering from the Virginia Tech–Wake Forest School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences. His research focuses on understanding and characterizing human movement in healthy and pathologic populations through in vivo experimental measurement and musculoskeletal modeling. Applications focus on physical rehabilitation following total joint surgery and dysvascular amputation, fall prevention, spine stability, and lumbopelvic muscle coordination and proprioception.
Session: MOVEMENT BIOMECHANICS: HELPING US FUNCTION (AND EVEN THRIVE) IN AGING BODIES