David C. Bradley

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Visual neurophysiology
"David Bradley"
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Benjamin Scott research assistant MIT
Paymon Hosseini research assistant 2002-2004 MIT
Manu S. Goyal grad student Chicago
Ari Rosenberg grad student Chicago
Hong Xu grad student 2000-2007 Chicago
Pascal Wallisch grad student 2001-2007 Chicago
Andrew M. Clark grad student 2002-2007 Chicago
Gopathy Purushothaman post-doc Chicago
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Lonergan R, Kinsella K, Fitzpatrick P, et al. (2015) Unmet needs of multiple sclerosis patients in the community. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders. 4: 144-50
Ntlholang O, Mcdonagh R, Nicholson S, et al. (2015) Is intimal hyperplasia associated with cranial arterial stenosis in cannabis-associated cerebral infarction? International Journal of Stroke. 10: E56-E59
Reidy M, Kinane J, Bradley D, et al. (2015) Cold, hard cash: Clinical assessment of stereognosis using common objects and coins in older subjects European Geriatric Medicine
Ntlholang O, Walsh S, Bradley D, et al. (2015) Identifying palliative care issues in inpatients dying following stroke Irish Journal of Medical Science
Bradley D, Simister R. (2015) A migraine with persistent focal symptoms Stroke Medicine: Case Studies From Queen Square. 195-201
Ntlholang O, Mahon O, Bradley D, et al. (2014) Does hyperostosis frontalis interna have any clinical relevance in stroke patients? Qjm. 107: 783-784
Xu H, Wallisch P, Bradley DC. (2014) Spiral motion selective neurons in area MSTd contribute to judgments of heading. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111: 2332-42
Kimmich O, Molloy A, Whelan R, et al. (2014) Temporal discrimination, a cervical dystonia endophenotype: penetrance and functional correlates. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society. 29: 804-11
Budini F, Lowery MM, Hutchinson M, et al. (2014) Dexterity training improves manual precision in patients affected by essential tremor. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 95: 705-10
Bradley D, Rees J. (2014) Updates in the management of high-grade glioma Journal of Neurology. 261: 651-654
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