1. Link to all papers and citations


2. Abridged list of papers

Bradley et al, Integration of motion and stereopsis in middle temporal cortical area of macaques. Nature, 1995. 373: p. 609-11. (PDF)

Jennings, news article on Bradley et al, same issue,  Nature, 1995. 373.( PDF )

Bradley et al, Mechanisms of heading perception in primate visual cortex. Science. 1996. 273: p. 1544. ( PDF )

Barinaga, news article on Bradley et al, same issueScience, 1996, 273. ( PDF )

Bradley and Andersen, Encoding of three-dimensional structure-from-motion by primate area MT neurons. Nature. 1998. 392: p. 714. ( PDF )

Purushothaman G. and Bradley D.C. Neural population code for fine perceptual decisions in area MT. Nature Neuroscience,  2005. 8. p. 99.

Bradley, D.C., Early Visual Cortex: Smarter than you think. Current Biology, 2001. (PDF)

Bradley, D.C., MT Signals: Better with time. Nature Neuroscience, 2001.4(4): p. 346-348. (PDF).

Bradley, D.C., Moving Through the Landscape. Science, 2002. 295: p. 2385-2386. (PDF)

Bradley, D.C., Wallisch, P. Hide, Remember, Seek. Nature Neuroscience, 2003.6(1): p. 11-12. (PDF).

Born R. and Bradley D.C., Structure and Function of Area MT. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 28, September 2005. (PDF).

Bradley, D.C. and Goyal, M.S. Pattern velocity computation in the primate visual system. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2008.(PDF)

Bradley, D.C., R.A. Poulin, and R.N. Bergman, Dynamics of hepatic and peripheral insulin effects suggest common rate-limiting step in vivo. Diabetes, 1993. 42(2): p. 296-306.

3. Visual Prosthesis Papers

  • Visuotopic Mapping Through a Multichannel Stimulating Implant in Primate V1 . Bradley et al. (PDF)
  • Simulated Object Recognition with a Cortical Visual Prosthesis. Bradley et al. (Link).

3. Diabetes Papers

  1. David C Bradley and Richard N Bergman, Hepatic glucagon sensitivity and fasting glucose concentration in normal dogs, American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 262 (1992), no. 4, E539–E545.
  2. David C Bradley and Richard N Bergman, Restoration of stable metabolic conditions during islet suppression in dogs, American Journal of Physiology 262 (1992), no. 4, E532–E538.
  3. David C Bradley and Harvey R Kaslow, Radiometric assays for glycerol, glucose, and glycogen, Analytical biochemistry 180 (1989), no. 1, 11–16.
  4. David C Bradley, Renee A Poulin, and Richard N Bergman, Dynamics of hepatic and peripheral insulin effects suggest common rate-limiting step in vivo, Diabetes 42 (1993), no. 2, 296–306.
  5. David C Bradley, Garry M Steil, and Richard N Bergman, Oopseg: a data smoothing program for quantitation and isolation of random measurement error, Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 46 (1995), no. 1, 67–77.
  6. David C Bradley, Garry M Steil, and RN Bergman, Quantitation of measurement error with optimal segments: basis for adaptive time course smoothing, American Journal of Physiology- Endocrinology And Metabolism 264 (1993), no. 6, E902–E911.

4. Patents

This list is taken from AppColl.com and trimmed down to remove redundancies (patents pending and published both show up). ‘Allowed,’ ‘pending,’ ‘published’ and ‘issued’ may  be standard or  terms used by our lawyer; in any case they all signify something positive.

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This list is filtered on different criteria, but I’ve given up trying to understand. My team, called Prospero, uses almost no standard technology. We operate instead from a growing platform of interconnected theorems, otherwise known as a theory. The theory has spawned 31 new patents, all pending or published.

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