Now you can watch Dr Broderick on her new Eazy Sense TV show!
CUNY School of Medicine inventor, researcher and medical professor Patricia A. Broderick is the host of a new radio show “Eazysense” on Bold Brave Media. Broderick will discuss topics on sensing the brain, which covers how the brain works and diseases that can develop.
As the inventor of The BRODERICK PROBE® nanobiosensors and owner of its Trademark worldwide, Broderick developed and patented this series of nanobiosensors as well as the electrical circuits to direct the sensing work of the nanobiosensor. All patents are assigned to the innovative company she founded, Eazysense Nanotechnologies Inc., and in concert with The City University of New York Technology Commercialization Office.
Based on nano biotechnology, the probes are biomedical-sensing devices, smaller than one strand of human hair. They have proven successful in sensing exact neuronal transmitters in the temporal lobe brain in epilepsy patients, intraoperatively, during surgery performed at New York University’s Tisch Hospital.
She has also written numerous book chapters, and peer reviewed prestigious articles in the neurodegenerative and psychiatric as well as sensor journals. Her latest book, “Neuroimaging, Nanosensing Biochemistry in the Brain,” (Jenny Stanford Publishing, Singapore,) will be available almost as we speak.
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