Michael Bradley, DVM, BS

Michael Bradley


ULAM Resident

Job Title

Resident, Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM)


Dr. Bradley's initial exposure to laboratory animal medicine and care came during his time at Wayne State University, where he worked as a research assistant studying neuroscience and molecular genetics in a mouse model of demyelinating disease. During this time, Dr. Bradley became intrigued by the translational aspects of research, as well as the intimate interface between human and animal medicine and how judicious animal based research is utilized to advance medical knowledge that improves the well-being of all species.



Dr. Bradley's research interests within lab animal medicine include clinical medicine, non-human primate medicine, molecular genetics, and surgical models of disease.

Professional Background

  • BS (Zoology), Miami University, 2005
  • DVM, The Ohio State University, 2015