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Patricia Broderick

Faculty and Staff Profiles

Patricia A Broderick

Medical Professor

School/Division
Office
Marshak 733
Building: 
Harris Hall
Phone Number: 
212-650-5479
Email: 
Broderick@med.cuny.edu
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Education
Description: 

Ph.D., 1979, St. John's University

M.S., 1970, Fordham University

B.S., 1963, St. Thomas Aquinas College 

Postdoctoral Positions
Dept. of Psychiatry & Neuroscience, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY
Dept. of Neurology, Cornell University School of Medicine, NY

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Research Interests
Description: 

Development of miniature biosensors for the detection of neurotransmitters and other biologically active compounds such as ascorbic acid, peptides, precursors and metabolites. These BRODERICK PROBE® biosensors allow the study of dynamic changes in neurotransmitters in vivo and in real time, on line with behavioral models as well as on line Neuromolecular Imaging (NMI) with biosensors with cerebral blood flow studies of stroke in animal models.

Studies of cocaine, caffeine, hypoxia, calcium channel blockers, hypotension and nitroglycerin are underway. Ongoing significant advances have been made with these biosensors in human studies in epilepsy patients beginning in 2008 during intraoperative diagnosis of temporal lobe epilepsy with Internal Review Board Approval, NYU, Tisch Hospital , NY.

Pharmacotherapeutic approaches to the treatment of cocaine abuse, caffeine mechanisms, pain, affective disorders, epilepsy, tumors, schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease, post-operative cognitive diseases, drug addiction, oxidative stress, inflammation, cytokines,  hypertension, hypoxia, calcium channel blockers, nitroglycerin, ascorbic acid, peptides, stress, enkephalins, dynorphin, morphine, diabetes, Fawn-Hooded animal models, Chediak-Higashi Syndrome. 

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Publications
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Peer-Reviewed Articles

Broderick, P.A., Doyle, W.K., Pacia, S.V., Kuzniecky, R.I., Devinsky, O, and Kolodny, E.H., A clinical trial of an advanced diagnostic biomedical device for epilepsy patients. Journal of Long-Term Effects of Medical Implants, In Press, (2009).

Broderick, P.A., Ho, H., Wat, K. and Murthy, V., Laurate biosensors image brain neurotransmitters in vivo: Can an antihypertensive medication alter psychostimulant behavior? Sensors 8: 4033-4061 (2008).

Broderick, P.A., Studies of oxidative stress mechanisms using a morphine/ascorbate animal model and novel N-stearoyl cerebroside and laurate sensors. J. Neural Transm. 115: 7-17 (2008). 

Nunes, J.V. and Broderick, P.A., Novel research translates to clinical cases of schizophrenic and cocaine psychosis. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment 3(4): 475-485 (2007).    

Broderick, P.A.; Pacia, S.V. Identification, diagnosis, and treatment of neuropathologies, neurotoxicities, tumors and brain and spinal cord injuries using microelectrodes with microvoltammetry. 2006, U.S. Patent # 7,112,319. Issued, Sept. 26th (2006).

Broderick, P.A.  and Hope, O., Monoamines and motor responses are co-deficient in the Fawn-Hooded depressed animal model.  Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat. 30: 887-898 (2006).

Simmons, D.A. and Broderick, P.A.. Cytokines, stressors and clinical depression: augmented adaptation responses underlie depression pathogenesis. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat. 29: 793-807 (2005).

Broderick, P.A., Olabisi, O.A., Rahni, D.N. and Zhou, Y., Cocaine acts on accumbens monoamines and locomotor behavior via a 5-HT2A/2C receptor mechanism as shown by ketanserin: 24 hr follow-up studies. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat.  28: 547-557 (2004). 

Broderick, P.A., Hope, O., Okonji, C., Rahni, D.N. and Zhou, Y., Clozapine and cocaine effects on dopamine and serotonin release in nucleus accumbens during psychostimulant behavior and withdrawal. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat. 28: 157-171 (2004).

Broderick, P.A., Rahni, D.N. and Zhou, Y., Acute and subacute effects of risperidone and cocaine on accumbens dopamine and serotonin release using in vivo microvoltammetry on line with open-field behavior. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat. 27: 1037-1054 (2003).

Broderick, P. A. Interieukin 1a alters hippocampal serotonin (5-HT) and norepinephrine (NE) release during open-field behavior in Sprague Dawley animals: Differences from the Fawn-Hooded animal model of depression. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat.  26: 1355-1372 (2002).

Pacia, S. V., Doyle, W. K. and Broderick, P. A., Biogenic amines in resected human neocortex in patients with neocortical and mesial temporal lobe epilepsy; Identification with in situ microvoltammetry. Brain Research 899:106-111 (2001)

Broderick, P. A., Pacia, S. V., Doyle, W. K. and Devinsky, O., Monoamine neurotransmitters in resected hippocampal subparcellations from neocortical and mesial temporal lobe epilepsy patients: In situ microvoltammetric studies. Brain Research 878:48-63 (2000)

Broderick,P.A., Microelectrodes and their use in a cathodic electrochemical current arrangement with telemetric application. Canadian Patent and PCT # 2,063,607. Issued Nov. 24th(2000).

Broderick, P.A., Microelectrodes and their use in a cathodic electrochemical current arrangement with telemetric application. U.S. Patent # 5,938,903. Issued, Aug. 17th (1999). Broderick, P.A., Microelectrodes and their use in a cathodic electrochemical current arrangement with telemetric application. Hong Kong, The People's Republic of China, Patent # HK 1007350. Issued, Aug. 9th (1999). 

Broderick, P. A. and Piercey, M. F., Neurochemical and behavioral evidence supporting (+)-AJ 76 as a potential pharmacotherapy for cocaine abuse. J. Neural Transm. 105: 1307-1324 (1998). 

Broderick, P. A. and Piercey, M. F., Clozapine, haloperidol and the D4 antagonist PNU-101387G: In vivo effects on mesocortical, mesolimbic and nigrostriatal dopamine and serotonin release. J. Neural Transm. 105:749-767 (1998). 

Broderick, P. A., Hope, O. and Jeannot, P. Mechanism of triazolo-benzodiazepine and benzodiazepine action in anxiety and depression: behavioral studies with concomitant in viro CA1 hippocampal norepinephrine and serotonin release detection in the behaving animal. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat. 22:353-386 (1998).

Book Chapters

Simmons, D.A. and Broderick, P.A.. Cytokines, stressors and clinical depression: augmented adaptation responses underlie depression pathogenesis. In: Selective Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia.Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat.(Eds. Broderick, P.A. and Glazer, W.M.) 29: 793-807 (2005).

Pacia, S.V. and Broderick, P.A., Bioimaging L-Tryptophan   in human hippocampus and neocortex subtyping temporal lobe epilepsy with microvoltammetry.In: Bioimaging in Neurodegeneration(Eds. Broderick, P.A., Rahni, D.N. and Kolodny, E.H.) Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, pp. 141-147 (2005).

Broderick, P.A., Rahni, D.N. and Pacia, S.V., Nano-and microimaging surgical anesthesia in epilepsy patients. In: Bioimaging in Neurodegeneration (Eds. Broderick, P.A., Rahni, D.N. and Kolodny, E.H.) Humana Press Inc.., pp. xiii-Totowa, NJ, pp. xiii-xvi (2005).

Broderick, P.A.  and   Pacia, S. V., Imaging white matter signals in epilepsy patients: A unique sensor technology. In: Bioimaging in Neurodegeneration  (Eds. Broderick, P.A., Rahni, D.N. and Kolodny, E.H.) Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, pp.199-206 (2005).

Broderick, P.A., Microsensors detect cocaine neuroadaptation: Serotonin release within basal ganglia is not rhythmic with movement. In: Handbook of Neurotoxicology (Eds. Massaro, E.J., Schardein, J.L., Broderick, P.A., Schlaepfer, T.E. and Mattsson, J.L.)  Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, 2: pp.323-367 (2002).

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GRANTS/CONTRACTS:
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Broderick, P.A. Research Grant, Center for Advanced Technology, CCNY, CUNY, NY State Project, ($7500) (2013).

 

Broderick, P.A. Travel Award, HEKA Electronics Inc., Nova Scotia, Canada, ($3000) (2012)

 

Broderick, P.A. Research Grants and Licensing Fee, HEKA Electronics, Inc., NY, Germany, Canada, ($117,000) (2013).

 

Broderick, P.A. Grants from the Anesthesiology Dept., NYU Langone to support part-time technician and support collaboration on Neuromolecular Imaging, hypoxic hypoxia and cognitive decline post-operatively about $100,000-in personnel and supplies (2007-2010).

 

Broderick, P.A., NYU Langone: Translational work in vivo during epilepsy surgery. IRB  (2008) obtained  by Dr. Ruben Kuzniecky, Epileptologist, Director of Research, Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, NYU Langone, Dept. of Neurology.  This approved project allows use of BRODERICK PROBE® biosensors (manufactured on site, CCNY, NY and Autolab Potentiostat (Metrohm, aka Brinkmann, LI, NY). Amount, immeasurable (2008-present)

 

Broderick, P.A. NYU, FACES, Foundation for Children with Epileptic Seizures. Neuromolecular imaging in epilepsy and tumor patients intraoperatively using The BRODERICK PROBE® biosensors.  ($35, 000).

 

Broderick, P. A.  FM Kirby Foundation: Anti-Platelet Therapy in Ischemic Stroke: Imaging Real Time Neurochemical Changes in Brain. ($125,000.00, 2008-2011).

 

Kolodny, E.H., Broderick, P.A. Leon Lowenstein Foundation: Gene Therapy in Parkinson's Disease. ($57,255), Sept. 2007 – Dec., 2009).

 

Previous Additional Sources of Support (2003-2004):

Broderick, P.A., P.I.,  Student Scholarship Fund: H.S. Student Training: CNS studies.

Broderick, P.A., P.I.,  Stevens, Davis, Miller and Mosher, LLC: Patent Consult: CNS studies.

Broderick, P.A., P.I.,  Pharmacia Upjohn Award: CNS research; psychosis, depression, drug abuse.

Broderick, P.A., P.I.,  Grant and Consultation Support (2002-2004):Codman & Shurtleff, J&J, Broderick  Biotechnology.

Broderick, P.A., P.I.,  Professional Staff Congress, CUNY (2002-2003): Nitrous and Nitric Oxide studies.

 

  National Institute of Health,  Foundation  and Industrial  Support:

       Source:     National Institutes of Health, NIGMS: SCORE AWARD.

Title:          Normal vs. Psychotic Behavior: Neural Basis for Clozapine.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates         02/01/00 - 01/31/03

Award:      $475,000.00 

 

Source:      Parents against Childhood Epilepsy: P.A.C.E. AWARD.

Title:          In Vivo Voltammetry with Microelectrodes for the Detecton and Quantification of Neurotransmitters in Epileptogenic Cortex during Epilepsy Surgery.

Co-PI:        Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Co-PI:        Steven V. Pacia, M.D.

Dates:        12/15/99 - 8/30/01

Award:       $52,568. 00

 

Source:      The Pharmacia and Upjohn Company, (Clinical Division: Educational Award).

Title:          Brain Neurotransmitter Signals for Diagnosis and Treatment of Central Nervous System Disorders: Psychotic, Affective, Cognitive and Epileptogenic.

PI:               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        9/1/1997-unrestricted time period.

Award:       $10,000. 00

 

Grants: Research Support (1985-1999) (Award amounts are written in direct costs; indirect costs are not shown):

Source:      The Aaron Diamond Foundation

Title:          The Study of a Neuroimmune Link Between AIDS-Related, Interleukin-1 (IL-1) and the Excitotoxin, Quinolinic Acid: Signal Intercommunication in the Hippocampal Serotonergic Neurotransmitter Circuitry.

PI:               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Co-Inv.:     Richard Coico, Ph.D.

Dates:        10/15/92 - 1/7/95

Award:       $143,500. 00

                   

Source:      Foundation for Children with Epileptic Seizures: FACES AWARD.

Title:          Neurotransmitter Release at the Human Epileptogenic Focus: In Situ Studies.

PI:               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        11/15/96 - 6/30/99

Award:       $50,000. 00

 

Source:     The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Pre-Clinical Division

Title:          Understanding the Neurochemistry of the D4 Receptor: Relationship to Schizophrenia and Parkinson's Disease.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        9/1/93 - 8/31/95

Award:       $35,200. 00

 

Source:     The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Clinical Division

Title:         Neurochemical Mechanisms for Alprazolam, Diazepam and Desipramine.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        2/4/92 - 2/4/95

Award:       $19,800. 00

 

Source:      The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Clinical Division: Educational Award

Title:          Presentations on Affective Disorders

PI:               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        11/1/92 - 12/31/96

Award:       $6,000.00

 

Source:      PSC/CUNY (Professional Staff Congress/The City University of New York)

Title:          Study of Atypical Neuroleptic Clozapine on Cocaine-Induced Dysfunctional Neurotransmitter Release and Behavior.

PI:               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/1997 - 12/31/1999

Award:       $9,280.00

 

Source:      PSC/CUNY (Professional Staff Congress/The City University of New York)

Title:          Real Time Dopamine and Serotonin Release in Nucleus Accumbens During Cocaine Withdrawal.

PI:               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/95 - 12/31/97

Award:       $8,500. 00

 

Source:      PSC/CUNY (Professional Staff Congress/The City University of New York)

Title:          The Effects of Ibogaine and Alpha-cis-Flupenthixol on Cocaine-Induced Biogenic Amine Dysfunction: Preclinical Treatment Strategies.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/92 - 12/31/94

Award:       $6,300. 00

 

Source:      NIH, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Title:          Electrochemical Study of CNS Reward Circuits for Cocaine.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        8/1/89 - 7/31/92

Award:       $151,554. 00

 

Source:      The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Preclinical Division

Title:          Neurochemical Profiles of Antipsychotic and Anxiolytic Drugs for Clinical Evaluation.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        12/15/90 - 12/31/92

Award:       $25,000.00

 

Source:      Biomedical Research Support (NIH Supplement)

Title:          Electrochemical Study of CNS Reward Circuits for Cocaine.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        4/1/91 - 3/31/92

Award:       $4,000.00

 

Source:      PSC/CUNY (Professional Staff Congress/The City University of New York) 

Title:          An In Vivo Electrochemical Study of Brain Reward Circuits for Cocaine in the Freely Moving Rat.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/89 - 12/31/91

Award:       $18,904.00

 

Source:      The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Preclinical Division

Title:          Effects of 5-HT1A Agonists on Serotonin and Norepinephrine Release Measured In Vivo.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.              

Dates:        1/1/89 - 1/1/91

Award:       $22,000.00

 

Source:      The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Clinical Division

Title:          Dopaminergic Activity of Adinazolam.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/89 - 6/30/90

Award:       $3,000.00       

 

Source:      Biomedical Research Support (NIH Supplement)

Title:          Electrochemical Study of the CNS Reward Circuits for Cocaine.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:         4/1/89 - 3/31/90

Award:       $2,000.00

 

Source:      Biomedical Research Support (NIH Supplement)

Title:          In Vivo Electrochemical Study of Dopamine in CNS Neuroanat. Sites Associated with Brain Reward.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick. Ph.D

Dates:        4/1/87 - 3/31/89          

Award:       $6,000.00

 

Source:      PSC/CUNY (Professional Staff Congress/The City University of New York).

Title:          An In Vivo Electrochemical Study of the Reward Circuits for Cocaine in Brain.

PI               Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/87 - 12/31/88

Award:       $4,200.00

 

Source:      The Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, Preclinical Division

Title:          In Vivo Electrochemistry: Novel Dopaminergic Autoreceptor Agonists.

PI:              Patricia A. Broderick, Ph.D.

Dates:        7/1/84 - 6/30/87

Award:       $30,000.00

 

P.A. Broderick , Co-Principal Investigator* and Co-Investigator **:

Source:      NIH, National Institute on Health *

Title:          Feasibility Study: Diabetes Research and Training Center

Subtitle:     Diabetes and Brain Monoamine Metabolism.  (P.I's:  Drs. Fleisher and Jacoby)

Dates:        12/1/83 -11/30/85

Award:       $30,000.00

 

Source:      NIDA, National Institute on Drug Abuse**

Title:          Marijuana & Dopamine/Enkephalin Brain Reward Systems. (P.I.: Dr. Gardner)

Dates:        7/1/84 - 6/30/85

Award:       $74,859.00

STUDY GRANTS:

                1974                       New York State Study Grant (Chemistry of Alcohol Abuse), New York University.

                1972                       National Science Foundation Study Grant (Introductory Microbiology), Indiana U.         

                1972                       National Science Foundation Study Grant (Marine Biology), University of Maine

                1972                       National Science Foundation Study Grant (Psychopharmacology of Drug Use and                                                               Abuse), Vanderbilt U., TN.

                1971                      National Science Foundation Study Grant (Ecology), Radford College, Virginia

                1967                       National Science Foundation Study Grant (Chemistry), Pace University, NY.

 

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SEMINARS
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2013       Demonstrations for BRODERICK PROBE® in human and animal market, HEKA Electronics Inc., Canada, Germany, USA, March 11, 2013.

2013       American Turner, 2013

2013       Workshop, proprietary BRODERICK PROBE® biosensor and its related biotechnologies; carbon nanoparticles comprised of lipids and stem cells, OMICS GROUP Tissue Regeneration Conference, N.C.

2012       HEKA Electronics Inc., Laboratory in Nova Scotia, Chester Facility, Laboratory Design and Technology Transfer-Sept.      3rd to Sept. 7th, 2012. Dr. Broderick (CUNY and NYU Langone) and Dr. Wang (HEKA Electronics).

2011       Demonstrations for marketing BRODERICK  PROBE® in human and animal market, HEKA ,Electronics,   Canada, Germany, USA February and June, 2011, five days in the Broderick Lab.

2011       Two Seminars and Licensing meetings at Science House, NY, NY 

2009       Slide Presentation: Description of the Broderick Biotechnology, Insulet, Bedford, MA.

2007       Slide Presentation: Description of the Broderick Biotechnology, NYU, Dept. Neurology.

2006       Presentation and Discussion on caffeine and cocaine effects in nucleus accumbens simulataneously with behavior: gender differences. National Inst. of Drug Abuse, Gender Division, National Inst. Health, MD.

2006       Slide Presentation: Description of the Broderick Biotechnology, NYU, Dept. Anesthesiology.

2005       Live Demonstration of Broderick Biotechnology, NY for Veteran's Hospital, Kansas City (Ken Grazing).

2004       Live Demonstration of Broderick Biotechnology, NY for Med Associates, St. Albans, Vermont (Karl Zurn).

2003       Live Demonstration of Broderick Biotechnology, NY for Codman & Shurtleff, a J & J Co., NY, (K. Venugopalan).

2003       Technology Transfer, Visit and Private Seminar on Risperidone and Broderick Biotechnology, NY  for Janssen, NJ.

2002       Technology Transfer Seminar, Codman & Shurtleff, a J&J Co., Le Locle, Switzerland (Y. Tardy).

2002       Grand Rounds, NYU School of Medicine, NY, NY.

1998       Department of Neurosurgery, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn.

1997       Technology Transfer Seminar, AD-TECH Medical Instrumentation Corporation, Racine, WI.

1997       Women in Science and Engineering, The City College of New York, New York, NY.

1996       Central Nervous System Research, The Pharmacia and Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, MI.

1996       St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, NY.

1996       The Society for Biological Psychiatry, Sheraton Centre, New York, NY. (Collaborator:Dr. M.F. Piercey).

1995       University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ.     

1994       Depts of Pharmacology and Bioengineering, Rutgers University, @ Broderick Laboratory, NY.          

1993       Food and Drug Administration: Drug Abuse Advisory Comm., Silver Springs, MD.

1993       Medical Development Div.: National Institute on Drug Abuse, Bethesda, MD.

1992       Neurosci. Res. Branch, Div. Preclinical Res., National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH, MD.

1992       Department of Pharmacology, Dupont-Merck, Wilmington, DE.

1991       Department of Medicine, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Suffolk, NY.

1991       Central Nervous System Research, The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, MI.

1990       Department of Pharmacology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY.

1985       Department of Pharmacology, Cornell Medical School, New York, NY.

1984      Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Alb. Einstein College of Med., Bx, NY.

1983       Central Nervous System Disease Unit, The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, MI.

1983       Department of Neurology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia Univ., NY, NY.

1983       Department of Biology and Medical Technology, Bronx Comm. College, CUNY, Bx, NY.

1983       Department of Gerontology, Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY.

1983       The Society for Biological Psychiatry, Sheraton Centre, New York, NY.

1982       Creedmore Psychiatric Hospital, Queens, NY.

1982       Department of Psychiatry, Alb. Einstein College of Medicine, Bx, NY.

1980       USV Pharmaceutical Research Group, Revlon Health Care, Tuckahoe, NY.

1978       Department of Pharmacology, Smith Kline and French Laboratories, Philadelphia, PA.  

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JOURNAL EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS:
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Brain Research

Brain Research Bulletin

Diabetes

Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews

New York Academy of Sciences:

The Ontario Mental Health Foundation

Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior

Trends in Neurosciences

Psychopharmacology

Physiology and Behavior

Life Sciences

The Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Biological Psychiatry

J. Neuroimmunology

J. Pharmacy and Pharmacology

Analytical Chemistry

Oman Medical Journal

Nanotechnology Journals

J. Neural Transmission

Sensors, Physical, Biologic and Chemical

J. Chemistry of Materials

Science of Advanced Materials

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COLLEGE AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
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2014                         High School Students and Sophie Davis Students and Undergraduate students were                                                      successfully mentored by Dr. Broderick in her lab (Rebecca Phillip, Zainab Zoli, Swathi Mettela,                                   Wendy Chou,  Idaleine Hernandez, Zafire Choudhury) 

2013                         American Turner Association of New York, Seminars on treatments of brain disease

2007-2008:             Search Committee, Faculty Appointee, CUNY Medical School.

2002-2006              Faculty Senate, CCNY and CUNY.

1999                       Member: Search Committee: Asst./Assc.Professor in Physiol.. & Pharmacol.,CUNY Medical School.

1998                         Member: Committee for Outstanding Teacher Award for 1998, CCNY.

1997                         Member: Committee for Outstanding Teacher Award for 1997, CCNY.

1996                         Research Laboratory chosen for OPPR/NIH site visit, CCNY&CUNY Medical School.

1995-2010              Member: Promotion and Tenure Committee, CUNY Medical School.

1995-1999              Faculty Marshall for CUNY Medical School and CCNY Commencement, CCNY.

1992-2009              Member: Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, CUNY Medical School.

1992                         Member: Review Panel, PSC/CUNY Grant Review: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology,                                              CUNY.

1991-1995               Member: Curriculum Committee, CUNY Medical School.

1990-1991              Chairperson, Tenure Review Committee, Mr. Frank T. Phelan, Dept. Pharmacology, CUNY                                            Med..

1991                         Member: Search Committee, Chairperson, Dept. Microbiology, CUNY Medical School.

1991                         Member: Tenure Review Committee, Dr. Laura Tres, CUNY Medical School.

1991                         Member: Tenure Review Committee, Dr. Richard Coico, CUNY Medical School.

1991-1999              Project Faculty Advisor: Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention, AMSA.

1990                         Member: Search Committee, Director of Development, CUNY Medical School.

1990-1992              Faculty Advisor: Women in Medicine, CUNY Medical School.

1989                         Independent Study Committee, (ad hoc Curriculum Committee), CUNY Medical School.

1989                         Faculty Advisor: Biomedicus, CUNY Medical School.

1989-1990              Faculty Advisor: Korean Club, CUNY Medical School.

1989-1995              Member: Research Services Committee, CUNY Medical School.

1989                         Reviewer: PSC/CUNY Grant Review Committee: Health Sciences, CUNY.

1988                         Member: Review Panel, PSC/CUNY Grant Review Committee Physiological Psychology,                                            CUNY.

1988-1989              Member: Curriculum Committee for Improving Instruction, CUNY Med. School, ad hoc.

1988                         Member: Search Committee, Director of Learning Center, CUNY Medical School.

1988                         Member: Search Committee, Purchasing Procurator, CUNY Medical School.

1987-present          Coordinator:  HVAC systems in Physiology & Pharmacology Research Labs, CUNY Medical                                    School.

1987-1997              University Committee on Patents and Copyrights: Research Foundation, CUNY.

1986-Present          Demonstrations of BRODERICK PROBE® and Biotechnology in CUNY and worldwide.

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TRAVEL AWARDS for Research/ Stipends for Laboratory Support
Description: 

Certificate of Scholarship from Chancellor Goldstein for Dr. Broderick’s research (2008-2009).

Broderick Brain Scholarships and Rudin Scholarships 2008-2009)

AD-TECH Medical Instrumentation Corporation (1997)

The City University of New York Graduate School Ascend Fellowship (1997).

Syosset High School Mentoring Fund for Westinghouse Applicants (1995).

Data Sciences International (1993-1995).

National Institute on Drug Abuse, International Narcotics Research Conference (1983 through 1989).

Wyeth Laboratories (1983).

The Pharmacia and Upjohn Company  (1984, 1986 through 1991).

San Diego Instruments (1987).

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MEMBER: PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
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American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.

The Society for Neuroscience

The Association for Women in Science

The Electrochemical Society

The American Epilepsy Society

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