Julia Easton Bryson, MD, MPH



Neurology; neuro-rehabilitation

Areas of special interests

Motor learning; neuromodulation for motor recovery; concussion and brain injury; self-efficacy and activity monitoring in subacute rehabilitation

Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation;
Undergraduate Degree BA, Human Biology, Stanford University  
Post-Baccalaureate, Pre-medicine,
Occidental College
  Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Medical Degree

MD / MPH, Oregon Health Sciences University


Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of North Carolina


Clinical Fellowship, Neurorehabilitation and Research Program,
UCLA Reed Neurologic Research Center


Somatic Mutation of the Human Gamma 1 (HUG) Transgene in Young Transgenic Mice (Occidental College)

  Environmental Influences on Children’s Brains  Development and Behavior—An agenda for Research and Risk Assessment (Mount Sinai Center for Children’s Health and Environment Research)
  Use of Bisphosphonates in Spinal Cord Injury  (J Spinal Cord Med 2009 32(3):215-225)
  The Effect of Managed Care in the Diagnostic Examination of Low Back Pain in the Oregon Worker’s Compensation Population  (Master of Public Health Thesis)
  Prion disease, Effect of the concentration of the meat industry on small farms (Food First: Institute for Development)
  ORISE Fellow in the Office of Tribal Affairs (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registr, CDC)

Professional Affiliations

American Society of Neurorehabilitation

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Osteoporosis Special Interest Group
  Board member, Jodi House Brain Injury Center
Volunteer Work

United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties Committee Member for Neurorehabilition


Established a Global Health and Environment Elective via a grant from Harvard University
  Oregon School of Public Health Class Representative

OHSU School of Medicine Community Service Representative

Volunteer Medical Assistant / Spanish Medical Translator, Operation Hope, Ecuador

USC Violence Intervention Program Volunteer


Santa Barbara Physiatry



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