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Jeannie Bailey, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Phone415-502-4945
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    Jeannie Bailey, PhD, has over a decade of interdisciplinary research experience in orthopaedic health outcomes focused on lumbar spinal conditions and low back pain. Dr. Bailey received her bachelorís degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and her masterís and doctorate degrees from the University of Washington. She performed post-doctorate research at UCSF in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Her research explores novel methods for identifying clinical-relevant biomechanical phenotypes and exploring potential interactive mechanisms between separate musculoskeletal pain phenotypes. As part of the Musculoskeletal Research Consortium (METRiCS), she is actively developing, testing, and deploying precision-based digital health technology to enhance both clinician and patient engagement in treatment and recovery. She is jointly appointed within the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences.

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    1. Bailey JF, Agarwal V, Zheng P, Smuck M, Fredericson M, Kennedy DJ, Krauss J. Digital care for chronic musculoskeletal pain: a 10,000 user longitudinal observational study. J Med Internet Res. 2020 Mar 21. PMID: 32208358.
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    2. Bailey JF, Sparrey CJ, Williams FMK, Curran PF, Lotz JC, Kramer PA. The Effect of Parity on Age-Related Degenerative Changes in Sagittal Balance. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2020 Feb 15; 45(4):E210-E216. PMID: 31513113.
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    3. Bailey JF, Shefi S, Soudack M, Kramer PA, Been E. Development of Pelvic Incidence and Lumbar Lordosis in Children and Adolescents. Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2019 12; 302(12):2132-2139. PMID: 31241249.
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    4. Bailey JF, Fields AJ, Ballatori A, Cohen D, Jain D, Coughlin D, O'Neill C, McCormick Z, Han M, Krug R, Demir-Deviren S, Lotz JC. The Relationship Between Endplate Pathology and Patient-reported Symptoms for Chronic Low Back Pain Depends on Lumbar Paraspinal Muscle Quality. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2019 Jul 15; 44(14):1010-1017. PMID: 30896590.
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    5. Bailey JF, Matthew RP, Seko S, Curran P, Chu L, Berven SH, Deviren V, Burch S, Lotz JC. ISSLS PRIZE IN BIOENGINEERING SCIENCE 2019: biomechanical changes in dynamic sagittal balance and lower limb compensatory strategies following realignment surgery in adult spinal deformity patients. Eur Spine J. 2019 May; 28(5):905-913. PMID: 30826876.
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    6. Krug R, Joseph GB, Han M, Fields A, Cheung J, Mundada M, Bailey J, Rochette A, Ballatori A, McCulloch CE, McCormick Z, O'Neill C, Link TM, Lotz J. Associations between vertebral body fat fraction and intervertebral disc biochemical composition as assessed by quantitative MRI. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2019 Oct; 50(4):1219-1226. PMID: 30701594.
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    7. Ella Been, Jeannie F. Bailey. The Association Between Spinal Posture and Spinal Biomechanics in Modern Humans: Implications for Extinct Hominins. Spinal Evolution. 2019 Jan 1; 283-299.
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    8. Jeannie F. Bailey, Stephanie L. Miller, Kristine Khieu, Conor W. O'Neill, Robert M. Healey, Dezba G. Couglin, Jojo V. Sayson, Douglas G. Chang, Alan R. Hargens, Jeffrey C. Lotz. From the International Space Station to the Clinic: How Prolonged Unloading May Disrupt Lumbar Stability. The Spine Journal. 2017 Oct 1; 17(10):s95-s96.
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    9. Bailey JF, Miller SL, Khieu K, O'Neill CW, Healey RM, Coughlin DG, Sayson JV, Chang DG, Hargens AR, Lotz JC. From the international space station to the clinic: how prolonged unloading may disrupt lumbar spine stability. Spine J. 2018 01; 18(1):7-14. PMID: 28962911.
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    10. Chang DG, Healey RM, Snyder AJ, Sayson JV, Macias BR, Coughlin DG, Bailey JF, Parazynski SE, Lotz JC, Hargens AR. Lumbar Spine Paraspinal Muscle and Intervertebral Disc Height Changes in Astronauts After Long-Duration Spaceflight on the International Space Station. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2016 Dec 15; 41(24):1917-1924. PMID: 27779600.
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    11. Bailey JF, Sparrey CJ, Been E, Kramer PA. Morphological and postural sexual dimorphism of the lumbar spine facilitates greater lordosis in females. J Anat. 2016 07; 229(1):82-91. PMID: 26916466.
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    12. Degmetich S, Bailey JF, Liebenberg E, Lotz JC. Neural innervation patterns in the sacral vertebral body. Eur Spine J. 2016 06; 25(6):1932-8. PMID: 26077098.
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    13. Bailey JF, Hargens AR, Cheng KK, Lotz JC. Effect of microgravity on the biomechanical properties of lumbar and caudal intervertebral discs in mice. J Biomech. 2014 Sep 22; 47(12):2983-8. PMID: 25085756.
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    14. Bailey JF, Fields AJ, Liebenberg E, Mattison JA, Lotz JC, Kramer PA. Comparison of vertebral and intervertebral disc lesions in aging humans and rhesus monkeys. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 2014 Jul; 22(7):980-5. PMID: 24821664.
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    15. Sparrey CJ, Bailey JF, Safaee M, Clark AJ, Lafage V, Schwab F, Smith JS, Ames CP. Etiology of lumbar lordosis and its pathophysiology: a review of the evolution of lumbar lordosis, and the mechanics and biology of lumbar degeneration. Neurosurg Focus. 2014 May; 36(5):E1. PMID: 24785474.
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    16. Bailey JF, Liebenberg E, Degmetich S, Lotz JC. Innervation patterns of PGP 9.5-positive nerve fibers within the human lumbar vertebra. J Anat. 2011 Mar; 218(3):263-70. PMID: 21223256.
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