Bradley Jackson

Assistant Professor
Athletic Trainer
BS-Athletic Training, Lynchburg College (2016); MS-Athletic Training, Old Dominion University (2018)
Year Appointed
Courses - Fall
  • Physiology of Exercise
Courses - Spring
  • Pathophysiology


Bradley is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Athletic Trainer in the department of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. As a dual-appointed employee, Bradley splits his time engaging students in the classroom and patients in athletics. As an Assistant Professor, Bradley typically teaches one course a semester and then guest lectures in the Master of Athletic Training program. Some of the courses that Bradley teaches are Physiology of Exercise and Pathophysiology. As an athletic trainer, he engages not only with Marietta College athletes but with students aspiring to one day be athletic trainers. The sports that Bradley works with are women’s soccer, men’s lacrosse, and cheer and dance. For fun, Bradley likes to work out, camp, and explore new places.