Dr. Patricia A. Broderick completed her Ph.D degree in Pharmacology at St. John’s University, College of Arts and Sciences in 1979, a postdoctoral fellowship at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Hosp. 1985 and a Research Associate Position at Cornell University, Dept. of Neurology, NY, 1986. She began her Professorship in CUNY in 1986 and an Adjunct Professorship in NYU Langone Medical Center, NY, in 2000. She is a tenured Professor in both Institutions as well as faculty in the CUNY Graduate Center in the Department of Biology and the Center for Advanced Technology. She has recently been appointed to the position of Course Director in Pharmacology, Physician Assistant Program in Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, CCNY, CUNY, in affiliation with the Harlem Hospital Center. She presently mentors doctoral, masters and post-baccalaureate students in addition to undergraduate students, including several NYC high school students and high school students from all over New York. Her lectures medical students and physician assistants in the Pharmacology and Neuropsychiatry courses. She is the inventor of 4 patents, all held by CUNY and a few held by NYU; a fifth patent is pending and a sixth is in process. The two patents, co-assigned to CUNY and NYU, are co-authored by Dr. Steven V. Pacia, M.D., Associate Professor, NYU Langone and Director of Epilepsy, Lenox Hill Hospital. She serves as Editor-in-Chief (J. Biochips & Tissue Chips), American Field Editor (J. Neural Transmission) and member of Editorial Boards in Denmark/Germany, Switzerland/China, New York, USA, India/UK and Nevada, USA. She has published extensively, over 250 publications and presentations and has founded the Broderick Brain Foundation in honor of her father. Among her many Awards, Pariciais the recipient of the 2012 Irish 100 Educator Award and the 2014 Industry Expert Award from the National Association of Distinguished Professors, the 2014-2015 Professor of the Year from the National Association of Professional Women and the Continental Lifetime Achievement Award in Science and Medicine in 2014 wherein her career will be chronicled henceforth.
Biology; Pharmacology; Neuropsychiatry and Epilepsy.