Monica A. Daley

Affiliations: 
2008-2019 Royal Veterinary College, London, England, United Kingdom 
 2019- University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Area:
locomotion, biomechanics, muscle physiology, neuromechanics
Website:
http://www.rvc.ac.uk/SML/People/DrMonicaDaley.cfm
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Cross-listing: Neurotree - Biomechanics Tree

Parents

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Dennis M. Bramble research assistant 1997-2000 University of Utah
Franz Goller research assistant 1999-2000 University of Utah (Neurotree)
Andrew A. Biewener grad student 2006 Harvard
 (Dynamic stability of running over rough terrain: The role of limb posture and distal limb muscle performance.)
Daniel P. Ferris post-doc 2006-2007 University of Michigan

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Jeroen Aeles collaborator (Neurotree)
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Badri-Spröwitz A, Aghamaleki Sarvestani A, Sitti M, et al. (2022) BirdBot achieves energy-efficient gait with minimal control using avian-inspired leg clutching. Science Robotics. 7: eabg4055
Biewener AA, Bomphrey RJ, Daley MA, et al. (2022) Stability and manoeuvrability in animal movement: lessons from biology, modelling and robotics. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20212492
Michel KB, West TG, Daley MA, et al. (2020) Appendicular Muscle Physiology and Biomechanics in . Integrative Organismal Biology (Oxford, England). 2: obaa038
Gordon JC, Holt NC, Biewener AA, et al. (2020) Tuning of feedforward control enables stable muscle force-length dynamics after loss of autogenic proprioceptive feedback. Elife. 9
Gordon JC, Holt NC, Biewener A, et al. (2020) Author response: Tuning of feedforward control enables stable muscle force-length dynamics after loss of autogenic proprioceptive feedback Elife
Cuff AR, Daley MA, Michel KB, et al. (2019) Relating neuromuscular control to functional anatomy of limb muscles in extant archosaurs. Journal of Morphology
Daley MA. (2018) Understanding the agility of running birds: Sensorimotor and mechanical factors in avian bipedal locomotion. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Daley MA, Birn-Jeffery A. (2018) Scaling of avian bipedal locomotion reveals independent effects of body mass and leg posture on gait. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 221
Daley MA, Channon AJ, Nolan GS, et al. (2016) Preferred gait and walk-run transition speeds in ostriches measured using GPS-IMU sensors. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 3301-3308
Portugal SJ, Murn CP, Sparkes EL, et al. (2016) The fast and forceful kicking strike of the secretary bird. Current Biology : Cb. 26: R58-9
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