Dr. Broderick is a program manager in the Microsystems Technology Office (MTO). He is a surgeon and biomedical engineer currently focused on the development of high clinical and operational impact microscale and nanoscale biomedical technologies. His research interests include revolutionary medical monitoring, diagnosis and treatment applicable to needs in the Department of Defense. Technologies he is currently investigating at DARPA include continuous “dialysis-like” therapeutics and in vivo nanoplatforms for the treatment of military-relevant diseases such as infection and traumatic brain injury.
He trained in general surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to coming to DARPA he served as Trauma Portfolio Manager for the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, Consulting Surgeon on Telemedicine and Robotics within the NASA Medical Informatics and Technology Applications Consortium, and Smart Medical Systems Advisor for the National Space Biomedical Research Institute.
As a peer-reviewed investigator and consultant, Dr. Broderick previously contributed to the development of medical informatics, simulation and robotic systems. He has extensively published and presented his research on distributed and autonomous robotic surgery.
Dr. Broderick is a member of numerous professional societies. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and is board certified in general surgery. His operational certifications and experience prompted recognition as both a NOAA Aquanaut (undersea saturation diver) and Honorary NASA Flight Surgeon. He has successfully developed and used enabling medical technologies in extreme environments and humanitarian missions around the world.
Dr. Broderick received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Chemistry from Xavier University and a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Cincinnati.
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