Timothy John Broderick, M.D., Ph.D.

Department:
Research Affairs-SOM
Title:
Research Scientist & Professor, Surgery
Address:
White Hall 290, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Education History

Education

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, 1986 – 1990
Xavier University, BS Chemistry / BS Computer Science (Cum Laude), 1982 – 1986

Postdoctoral Training

Chief Resident, General Surgery, MCV/VCU, Richmond, VA, 1996 – 1997
Surgical Resident, MCV/VCU, Richmond, VA, 1990 – 1996

Licensure and Certification

Ohio License to Practice Medicine and Surgery (35-08-3461-B), 2003 – Present
Virginia License to Practice Medicine and Surgery (0101 047723), 1992 – 2004
American Board of Surgery, 1998 – Present

Professional Accomplishments

Built a diverse portfolio of advanced biotechnology R&D of approximately $90M per year, which exceeds the portfolio size of the average DARPA program manager by 350%.

Over four years, conceived and established 5 high impact biotechnology programs with program budgets between $15M and $75M.  Aligned leading performers from industry, academia and government into highly functional interdisciplinary teams that exceeded extremely aggressive performance metrics. Managed components of an additional 7 research programs of similar scope that led to basic scientific discovery as well as innovative technology application. Engaged elite S&T and user communities to develop and successfully transition technologies. Briefed high impact programs to federal leadership up to the Cabinet level. Recognized for contributions that prompted the start of the Biologic Technology Office, the first DARPA office focused on biotechnology.

Developed a collaborative and productive relationship with the FDA that facilitated selection of DARPA technologies for streamlined regulatory approval within FDA Innovation pathways. Cultivated FDA relationships and active participation in program source selections, external advisory boards, bi-weekly telecons, ad hoc regulatory meetings, and quarterly program review meetings. Contributed to the development of an FDA secure social networking website that decreased time, effort and risk associated with regulatory approval of program technologies by approximately 65%.

Established a program to develop a man-portable device that cleans blood of pathogens, inflammatory mediators and toxins. Developed component technologies and designed an integrated device for the treatment of sepsis, an overwhelming infection that results in the loss of 200,000 American lives and $20B annually. In two years, demonstrated effective removal of a broad range of pathogens from blood including the top 15 bacteria responsible for over 95% of sepsis. Demonstrated an 80% decrease in mortality with treatment of infected animals. Removed greater than 90% of multiple viruses from blood including Ebola, influenza, and HIV. Facilitated selection and development of the integrated device within the FDA Medical Counter Measure Innovation Pathway and on target to transition an FDA IDE approved device into clinical trials at the end of this program.

Established a program to develop safe, biocompatible nanoplatforms that enable revolutionary in vivo diagnostics as well as targeted delivery of biologic therapeutics. Selected and aligned world class teams from academia and industry. Developed an implantable nanosensor "tattoo" that detects small oligonucleotides an animal produces when infected by a virus. In less than one year, developed inverse molecular sentinels that identified specific oligonucleotides at 1 nanomolar concentration in complex biologic fluids.

Developed modular therapeutic nanotechnologies that permit flexible targeting of tissues for improved treatment of diseases such as antibiotic resistant bacterial infection, post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.  Used in vivo phage screening to discover novel central nervous system targeting peptides that resulted in a 30-fold increase in nanoparticle delivery to the mouse hippocampus. Demonstrated isoform specific knockdown of cognitive regulators, and achieved persistent epigenetic reprogramming of nerve cells in the adult mouse brain. Facilitated selection of these nanotechnologies for development and regulatory approval within the FDA Innovation Pathway.

Achieved excellence in surgical care, research and education. Promoted to Professor of Surgery and Biomedical Engineering and awarded tenure at the University of Cincinnati. Raised $4M in extramural funding to design, build and lead the Center for Surgical Innovation. Brought expert surgeons, designers, engineers, and industry collaborators to the Center to develop new surgical devices and procedures. Established the Johnson & Johnson Ethicon Endo-Surgery Device Fellowship, a two-year cooperative research fellowship that educated University of Cincinnati surgical residents within Ethicon Endo-Surgery's international headquarters.

Facilitated development of surgical robotic and telemedicine technologies that are widely used in surgical training and care.

Major Administrative Responsibilities

  • Chief Scientist, Wright State Research Institute, 2014 – Present
  • Associate Dean for Research Affairs, Boonshoft School of Medicine, 2014 – Present
  • Program Manager, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, 2010 – 2014   
  • Senior Scientist and Trauma Portfolio Manager, US Army Medical Research and Material Command Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, 2003 – 2010
  • Director and Medical Director, Center for Surgical Innovation, University of Cincinnati, 2003 – 2010
  • NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 12, Principal Scientist and Mission Specialist 3, 2007
  • NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 9, Crew Medical Officer and Mission Specialist 3, 2006
  • Director, Advanced Center for Telemedicine and Surgical Innovation, University of Cincinnati, 2006 – 2009            
  • Chief, GI/Endocrine Division, University of Cincinnati, 2003 – 2007
  • Consulting Surgeon Telemedicine and Robotics, NASA Medical Informatics Technology Applications Consortium, 2000 – 2003
  • Physician Liaison, Cerner Information System, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1999 – 2003
  • Director of Surgical Research, Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1999 – 2003

Publications

  1. Ball CG, Kirkpatrick AW, Williams DR, Jones JA, Polk JD, Vanderploeg JM, Talamini MA, Campbell, MR, Broderick TJ.  Prophylactic surgery prior to extended-duration spaceflight: Is the benefit worth the risk?  Can J Surg.  Apr 2012:55(2):125-131.
  2. McBeth PB, Keaney M, Ball CG, Saary J, Broderick TJ, Kock V, Kirkpatrick AW.  Aeromobile Modular Critical Care, Resuscitation, and Surgical Suites for Operational Medicine.  J. Trauma.  2011;71(5):S494-S500 (Suppl 1).                                  
  3. Thompson JR, Leonard AC, Doarn CR, Roesch MJ, Broderick TJ.  Limited value of haptics in virtual reality laparoscopic cholecystectomy training.  Surg Endosc.  2011;25(4):1107-1114.
  4. Thompson JR, Doarn CR, Roesch MJ, Henry BD, Broderick TJ.  Limited Value of Haptics in Virtual Reality Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Training. [Abstr] Surg Endosc.  2010;24(Suppl 1): S214-S215.
  5. Broderick TJ, Carignan CR.  Distributed Automated Medical Robotics to Improve Medical Field Operations.  HFM-182 Meeting Proceedings.  Apr 2010;www.rto.nato.int
  6. Wilson E, Broderick T, Oonk S, Lin CF, Marohn M, Cleary K.  Robotic Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (R-NOTES): Overall concept and system architecture.  Int J CARS.  2010;5(Suppl 1):S417-S418.
  7. Kirkpatrick AW, Keaney MA, Bentz K, Groleau M, Tyssen M, Keyte J, Ball CG, Campbell MR, Grenon SM, McBeth P, Broderick TJ.  The use of the National Research Council of Canada’s Falcon 20 research aircraft as a terrestrial analogue space environment (TASE) for space surgery research: Challenges and suggested solutions.  Planet Space Sci.  Mar 2010;58(4):717-723.
  8. Ball CG, Keaney MA, Chun R, Groleau M, Tyssen M, Keyte J, Broderick TJ, Kirkpatrick AW.  Anesthesia and critical-care delivery in weightlessness: A challenge for research in parabolic flight analogue space surgery studies.  Planet Space Sci.  Mar 2010;58(4):732-740.
  9. Thompson JR, Broderick TJ, Doarn CR, Roesch MJ, Henry BD, Stephan Z, Davis J, Weber J, Boyden M.  Refined Task and Proficiency Criteria is Required for Optimal Virtual Reality Minimally Invasive Surgery Training.  [Abstr] J. Surg Res.  Feb 2010;158(2):250-251.
  10. Salkini MW, Doarn CR, Kiehl N, Broderick TJ, Donovan JF, Gaitonde K.  The Role of Haptic Feedback in Laparoscopic Training Using the LapMentor II.  J Endo Urology.  Jan 2010;24(1):99-102.
  11. Thompson J, Doarn CR, Broderick TJ.  Final Report to USAMRMC – TATRC – Grant W81XWH-07-2-0035, Science Support – Evaluation of Haptics in Surgical Training and Care.  Sept 2009.
  12. Doarn CR, Broderick TJ.  Final Report to USAMRMC – TATRC – Grant W81XWH-07-2-0035, Science Support – Advanced Center for Telemedicine and Surgical Innovation (ACTSI).  Sept 2009.
  13. Doarn CR, Broderick TJ.  Final Report to USAMRMC – TATRC – Grant W18XWH-07-2-0035, Science Support – Telesurgery: A Technology Report Where is it and Where is it Going.  Sept 2009.
  14. Kirkpatrick AW, Keaney M, Kmet L, Ball CG, Campbell MR, Kindratsky C, Groleau M, Tyssen M, Keyte J, Broderick TJ.  Intraperitoneal Gas Insufflation Will Be Required for Laparoscopic Visualization in Space: A Comparison of Laparoscopic Techniques in Weightlessness.  J Am Coll Surg.  Aug 2009;209(2):233-41.
  15. Doarn CR, Anvari M, Low T, Broderick TJ.  Evaluation of Teleoperated Surgical Robots in an Enclosed Undersea Environment.  Telemed J E Health.  May 2009;15(4):325-35
  16. Kirkpatrick AW, Ball CG, Campbell M, Williams DR, Parazynski SE, Mattox KL, Broderick TJ.  Severe traumatic injury during long duration spaceflight: Light years beyond ATLS.  J Trauma Manag Outcomes.  March 2009:3(4):PMID: 19320976.
  17. Kirkpatrick AW, Keaney M, Hemmelgarn B, Zhang J, Ball CG, Groleau M, Tyssen M, Keyte J, Campbell MR, Kmet L, McBeth P, Broderick TJ.  Intra-abdominal pressure effects on porcine thoracic compliance in weightlessness: Implications for physiologic tolerance of laparoscopic surgery in space.  Crit Care Med. 2009;37(2):591-97.
  18. Kirkpatrick AW, Doarn CR, Campbell MR, Barnes SL, Broderick TJ.  Manual Suturing Quality at Acceleration Levels Equivalent to Spaceflight and a Lunar Base.  Aviat Space Environ Med.  2008;79(11):1065-66.
  19. Harnett BM, Doarn CR, Rosen J, Hannaford B, Broderick TJ.  Evaluation of Unmanned Airborne Vehicles and Mobile Robotic Telesurgery in an Extreme Environment.  Telemed J E Health.  2008;14(6):539-44.
  20. King HH, Low T, Hufford K, Broderick T.  Acceleration Compensation for Vehicle Based Telesurgery on Earth or in Space.  IEEE CNF.  22-26 Sept 2008:1459-64.
  21. Broderick TJ, Doarn CR.  Robotic Surgery in Flight.  C-9 and Other Microgravity Simulations Summary Report - Space Life Sciences Directorate, Human Adaption & Countermeasures Division, Johnson Space Center.  Sept 2008:12-18.
  22. Lum MJH, Friedman DCW, King HHI, Donlin R, Sankaranarayanan G, Broderick TJ, Sinanan MN, Rosen J, Hannaford B.  Teleoperation of a Surgical Robot Via Airborne Wireless Radio and Transatlantic Internet Links.  Field and Service Robotics, STAR.  2008;42:305-14.
  23. Sterbis JR, Hanly EJ, Herman BC, Marohn MR, Broderick TJ, Shih SP, Harnett B, Doarn C, Schenkman NS.  Transcontinental Telesurgical Nephrectomy Using the da Vinci Robot in a Porcine Model.  Urology.  2008;71(5):971-3.
  24. Lum MH, Rosen J, Broderick TJ, Sinanan MN, Hannaford B.  Raven-A Surgical Robot for Teleoperation.  [Abstr] Telemed J E Health.  Mar 1, 2008;14(s1):73.
  25. Doarn CR, Hannaford B, Low T, Broderick TJ.  Robotic Telesurgery Applications in NEEMO 12.  [Abstr] Telemed J E Health.  Mar 1, 2008;14(s1):76.
  26. Doarn CR, Broderick TJ.  Final report to USAMRMC – TATRC – Grant W81XWH-07-2-0039, Science Support – NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operation (NEEMO) 12 Collaborative Accelerated Medical Technology Development.  Jan 2008.
  27. Kirkpatrick AW, Ball CG, Ranson R, Zygun D, Keaney M, Groleau M, Tyssen M, Keyte J, Broderick T.  Intra-abdominal pressure effects on porcine thoracic compliance in weightlessness: Implications for laparoscopic surgery in space.  [Abstr] Crit Care Med. 2007;35(12):A17 (Suppl).
  28. Lum MJ, Rosen J, King H, Friedman DC, Donlin G, Sankaranarayanan G, Harnett B, Huffman L, Doarn C, Broderick T, Hannaford B.  Telesurgery via Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) with a field deployable surgical robot.  Stud Health Technol Inform.  2007;125:313-5.
  29. Lucian Panait, MD, Ronald C. Merrell, MD, FACS, Azhar Rafiq, MD, EMBA, Stanley J. Dudrick, MD, FACS, and Timothy J. Broderick, MD, FACS.  Virtual Reality Laparoscopic Skill Assessment in Microgravity.  J Surg Res. 2006;136:198-203.
  30. Hal Doerr, MD, W. Bosseau Murray, MD, Marsh Cuttino, MD, and Timothy J. Broderick, MD. Training Astronauts to Manage Trauma (Emergencies): Integrating Human Patient Simulation into Medical Operations for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).   International TraumaCare (ITACCS). 2006;16(1):26-30.
  31. Broderick TJ, Doarn CR. Final report to USAMRMC - TATRC – Grant W81XWH-06-1-0084, Science Support – NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operation 9: Evaluation of Robotic and Sensor Technology for Surgery in Extreme Environments. Oct 2006.
  32. Broderick TJ, Doarn CR.  Final report to USAMRMC – TATRC – Contract No. W81XWH-05-1-0414, Surgery in Extreme Environments: Meeting Space Exploration Needs. Jan 2006.
  33. Anvari M, Williams D, Thirsk R, Morin L, McKinley C, Broderick T, Kapoor A, Sebajang H, Hall G, Adili A, Dobranowski J. Tele-Surgery in an extreme environment in the absence of a local physician-the NEEMO 7&9 Missions. [Abstr] Surg Endosc. 2006;20(Suppl 1):S278.
  34. Husted TL, Broderick TJ. NASA and the Emergence of New Surgical Technologies. J Surg Res. 2006 May;132(1):13-6. Epub 2005 Dec 2.
  35. Hanly EJ, Miller BE, Marohn MR, Talamini MA, Broderick TJ, Doarn CR, Harnett B, Hasser CJ, Schenkman NS. Stereoscopic robotic surgical telementoring: feasibility and future applications. [Abstr] Telemed J E Health. 2005;11:247.
  36. Hanly EJ, Marohn MR, Schenkman NS, Miller BE, Moses GR, Marchessault R, Broderick TJ. Dynamics and organizations of telesurgery. Euro Surg. 2005 Oct;37(5):274-278.
  37. Speich JE, Cagle YD, Rafiq A, Merrell RC, Doarn CR, Broderick TJ. Evaluation of surgical skills in microgravity using force sensing. Med Eng Phys. 2005 Oct;27(8):687-693.
  38. Demaria EJ, McBride CL, Broderick TJ, Kaplan BJ. Night call does not impair learning of laparoscopic skills. Surg Innov. 2005 Jun;12(2):145-9.
  39. Kirkpatrick A, Broderick TJ, McBeth P, Hamilton DR, Campbell MR. Implications Regarding the Abdominal compartment syndrome in space. [Abstr] ANZ J Surg.  2005 Apr;75(4):A5-6.
  40. Broderick TJ, Privitera MB, Parazynski SE, Cuttino M. Simulated hand assisted laparoscopic surgery (HALS) in microgravity. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech. 2005 Apr;15(2):145-8.
  41. Rafiq A, Broderick TJ, Williams DR, Doarn CR, Jones JA, Merrell RC. Assessment of simulated surgical skills in parabolic microgravity. Aviat Space Environ Med. 2005 Apr;76(4):385-91.
  42. Anvari M, Broderick TJ, Stein H, Chapman T, Ghodoussi M, Birch D, McKinley C, Trudeau P, Dutta S, Goldsmith C. The impact of latency on surgical precision and task completion during robotic-assisted remote telepresence surgery. Comput Aided Surg. 2005 Mar;10(2):93-9.
  43. Curley K, Broderick T, Marchessault R, Moses G, Taylor R, Grundfest W, Hanly E, Miller B, Gallagher A, Marohn M. Integrated Research Team Final Report: Surgical Robotics – The Next Steps, 9-10 September 2004. TATRC Report No. 04-03; Jan 2005.
  44. Kirkpatrick AW, Campbell MR, Jones JA, Broderick TJ, Ball CG, McBeth PB, McSwain NE, Hamilton DR, Holcomb JB. Extraterrestrial hemorrhage control: Terrestrial developments in technique, technology, and philosophy with applicability to traumatic hemorrhage control in long- duration spaceflight. J Am Coll Surg. 2005 Jan;200(1):64-76.
  45. Kothari SN, Broderick TJ, DeMaria EJ, Merrell RC. Evaluation of operative imaging techniques in surgical education. JSLS. 2004 Oct-Dec;8(4):367-71.
  46. Panait L, Broderick T, Rafiq A, Speich J, Doarn CR, Merrell RC. Measurement of laparoscopic skills in microgravity anticipates the space surgeon. Am J Surg. 2004 Nov;188(5):549-552.
  47. Harnett BM, Broderick T, Doarn CR, Rafiq A, Muth T, Merrell RC. Dynamic automated data collection for human performance. J Information Technology in Healthcare. 2004;2(3):175-186.
  48. Praba-Egge AD, Lanning D, Broderick TJ, Yelon JA. Necrotizing fasciitis of the chest and abdominal wall arising from an empyema. J Trauma. 2004 Jun;56(6):1356-61.
  49. O’Keefe SJ, Broderick T, Turner M, Stevens S, O’Keefe JS. Nutrition in the management of necrotizing pancreatitis. [Abstr] Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2003 Jul;1(4):315-21.
  50. Lee S, Broderick TJ, Haynes J, Bagwell C, Doarn CR, Merrell RC. The role of low-bandwidth telemedicine in surgical prescreening. J Pediatr Surg. 2003 Sep;38(9):1281-3.
  51. Rodas EB, Latifi R, Cone S, Broderick TJ, Doarn CR, Merrell RC. Telesurgical presence and consultation for open surgery. Arch Surg. 2002 Dec;137(12):1360-3.
  52. Broderick TJ, Russell KM, Doarn CR, Merrell RC. A novel telemedicine method for viewing the open surgical field. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2002 Aug;12(4):293-8.
  53. Kothari SN, Kaplan BJ, DeMaria EJ, Broderick TJ, Merrell RC. Training in laparoscopic suturing skills using a new computer-based virtual reality simulator (MIST-VR) provides results comparable to those with an established pelvic trainer system. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech. 2002 Jun;12(3):167-73.
  54. Houch WV, Broderick TJ, Cohen SA, Cohen NM. Benign metastasizing leiomyoma. Surg Endosc. 2002 Apr;16(4):716.
  55. Russell KM, Broderick TJ, DeMaria EJ, Kothari SN, Merrell RC. Laparoscopic telescope with Alpha port and Aesop to view open surgical procedures. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech. 2001 Aug;11(4):213-8.
  56. Broderick TJ, Harnett BM, Doarn CR, Rodas EB, Merrell RC. Real-time Internet connections: implications for surgical decision making in laparoscopy. Ann Surg. 2001 Aug;234(2):165-71.
  57. Broderick TJ, Harnett BM, Merriam NR, Kapoor V, Doarn CR, Merrell RC. Impact of varying transmission bandwidth of image quality. Telemed J E Health. 2001 Spring;7(1):47-53.
  58. Danetz JS, Yelon JA, Fields CE, Majid AS, Kellum JM, Broderick TJ. Traumatic pleurocaval fistula: potential source of air embolism. J Trauma. 2001 Mar;50(3):551-3.
  59. Ronan SJ, Broderick T. Minimally invasive approach to familial multiple lipomatosis. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2000 Sep;106(4):878-80.
  60. Schweitzer MA, DeMaria, EJ, Broderick TJ, Sugerman HJ. Laparoscopic closure of mesenteric defects after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2000 Jun;10(3):173-5.
  61. Fulcher AS, Turner MA, Yelon JA, McClain LC, Broderick T, Ivatury RR, Sugerman HJ. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) in the assessment of pancreatic duct trauma and its sequelae: preliminary findings. J Trauma. 2000 Jun;48(6):1001-7.
  62. Hamad GG, Broderick TJ. Laparoscopic pancreatic necrosectomy. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2000 Apr;10(2):115-8. 
  63. Fields CE, Cassano AD, Dattilo JB, Yelon JA, Ivatury RR, Broderick TJ. Indirect carotid-cavernous sinus fistula after shotgun injury. J Trauma. 2000 Feb;48(2):338-41.
  64. Stoner MC, Forsythe R, Mills AS, Ivatury RR, Broderick TJ. Intestinal perforation secondary to Salmonella typhi: case report and review of the literature. Am Surg. 2000 Feb;66(2):219-22.
  65. Schweitzer MA, Broderick TJ, DeMaria EJ, Sugerman HJ. Laparoscopic-assisted Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 1999 Oct;9(5):449-53.
  66. Whiddon DR, Olutoye OO, Broderick TJ, Mills AS, Turner MA, Zfass AM, Sugerman HJ. Recurrent acute pancreatitis caused by a gastric duplication communicating with an aberrant pancreas. Am Surg. 1999 Feb;65(2):121-4.
  67. Schweitzer MA, Sugerman HJ, DeMaria EJ, Kellum JM, Broderick TJ. Operative Therapy of Obesity, Vertical Banded Gastroplasty, Gastric Bypass or Gastric Banding? Minimal Invasive Chirurgie 8.4(8):190-5, 1999.
  68. Connaughton JC, Poletti L, Broderick T, Sugerman HJ. Rectal duplication cyst with a large perineal hernia presenting as recurrent perineal abscesses. Surgery. 1998 Nov;124(5):926-8.
  69. Broderick TJ, Wechsler AS. Triiodothyronine In cardiac surgery. Thyroid. 1997 Feb;7(1):133-7.
  70. Broderick TJ, Wechsler AS, Salter DR. Triiodothyronine Modulation of Arterial Vasoreactivity.  [Abstr] Circulation 90 (4) part II, i-153, Oct 1994.

Book Chapters

  1. Yoo AC, Gilbert GR, Broderick TJ.  Military Robotic Combat Casualty Extraction and Care.  Surgical Robotics: Systems Applications and Visions, First Edition. Springer, 2011. p. 13-32.
  2. Broderick TJ, Matthews JB. Vagotomy and Drainage. Shackelford’s Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Sixth Edition. Elsevier, 2007. p. 811-830.
  3. Broderick TJ, Mathews JB. Ulcer Complications (including Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome). Maingot’s Abdominal Operations, Eleventh Edition. McGraw-Hill, 2007. p. 353-375.
  4. Broderick TJ, Husted TL. Computer Assisted Surgery. Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, Volume 1, No. 1. Dekker Encyclopedia, March 27, 2006. p. 1-8.
  5. Broderick TJ, Wechsler AS. Ventricular Assist Devices and Total Artificial Hearts. Crit Care, Third Edition. WB Saunders, 1993. p. 553-62.

Presentations

  1. Broderick TJ.  Humera Surgical Society, Hot Springs, VA: April 14, 2012.  “Surgery in Space”
  2. Broderick TJ.  Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons, San Diego, CA: March 8, 2012.  “Limitations and Advantages to Minimally Invasive Surgery in Weightlessness”
  3. Wilson E, Cleary K, Broderick TJ, Lin CF, Oonk S, Marohn M.  Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 24th International Congress and Exhibition, Geneva, Switzerland: June 23-26, 2010.  “Robotic Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (R-NOTES): Overall concept and system architecture”
  4. Thompson JR, Doarn CR, Roesch MJ, Henry BD, Broderick TJ.  12th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, National Harbor, MD; April 16, 2010.  “Limited Value of Haptics in Virtual Reality Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Training”
  5. Thompson JR, Broderick TJ, Doarn CR, Roesch MJ, Henry BD, Stephan Z, Davis J, Weber J, Boyden M.  5th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, San Antonio, TX: February 3, 2010.  “Refined Task and Proficiency Criteria is Required for Optimal Virtual Reality Minimally Invasive Surgery Training”
  6. Broderick TJ.  American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Chicago, IL: October 13, 2009.  “Telesurgery”
  7. Broderick TJ. American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Chicago, IL: October 11, 2009.  “Advances in Surgery: Surgery in Extreme Environments”
  8. CR, Low T, Anvari M, Todd W, Broderick TJ.  80th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association, Los Angeles, CA: May 6, 2009.  “Evaluation of Teleoperated Surgical Robots in an Enclosed Undersea Environment”
  9. Doarn CR, Kirkpatrick A, Campbell M, Low T, Barnes S, Broderick TJ.  80th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association, Los Angeles, CA: May 5, 2009.  “Evaluation of Manual and Robotic Suturing at Acceleration Levels Equivalent to Spaceflight”
  10. Eppstein AC, Gatta P, Martin Hawver LR, Broderick TJ.  Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ: April 23, 2009. “Emergent Laparoscopic Surgery for Perforated Ulcers and Peritonitis: A Case Review”
  11. Broderick TJ.  Space, Exploration and Remote Care Seminar Series, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada: March 10, 2009.  “Minimally Invasive Surgery in Space”
  12. Broderick TJ. 5th Annual Surgical Education Symposium, Springfield, MA: November 14, 2008.  “Preparing for Surgery in Space”
  13. Broderick TJ.  Foothills Medical Centre Quarterly City Wide Rounds, Calgary, Alberta, Canada: October 3, 2008.  “Robotic Surgery During Casualty Evacuation and Spaceflight”
  14. Broderick TJ.  Foothills Medical Centre Trauma Conference, Calgary Alberta, Canada: October 3, 2008.  “Surgery in Space”
  15. King HH, Low T, Hufford K, Broderick T.  2008 IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2008), Nice, France: September 24, 2008.  “Acceleration Compensation for Vehicle Based Telesurgery on Earth or in Space”
  16. Broderick TJ.  Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency: IM HURT Investigative Panel, Arlington, VA: August 8, 2008.  “TATRC Medical Robotics”
  17. Broderick TJ.  Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. Robotic Conference, Cincinnati, OH: July 22, 2008.  “Healthcare Robotics”
  18. Broderick TJ.  Society of Neurological Surgeons, 99th Meeting in the 88th Year, Madison, WI: May 19, 2008.  “Advances in Robotic Telesurgery and Autonomous Therapeutics”
  19. Melvin WS, Broderick TJ.  Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA: April 12, 2008.  Co-Moderator, “Instruments & Robots”
  20. Broderick TJ.  Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA: April 11, 2008.  “Robotic Surgery during Casualty Evacuation and Spaceflight”
  21. Doarn CR, Hannaford B, Low T, Broderick TJ.  13th Annual International Meeting and Exposition of the American Telemedicine Association, Seattle, WA: April 8, 2008.  “Robotic Telesurgery Applications in NEEMO 12”
  22. Kirkpatrick AW, Ball CG, Ranson K, Zygun D, Keaney M, Groleau M, Tyssen M, Keyte J, Broderick TJ.  Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 37th Critical Care Congress, Honolulu, HI: February 3, 2008.  “Intra-abdominal pressure effects on porcine thoracic compliance in weightlessness: implications for laparoscopic surgery in space”
  23. Broderick TJ.  16th Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting and Endo Expo 2007, San Francisco, CA: September 8, 2007.  “Surgery in Space”
  24. Broderick, TJ.  16th Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting and Endo Expo 2007, San Francisco, CA: September 7, 2007.  “Recent Advances in Robotic Telesurgery”
  25. Lum M, Friedman, D, King H, Donlin R, Sankaranarayanan G, Broderick TJ, Sinanan M, Rosen J, Hannaford B.  The 6th International Conference on Field and Service Robotics, Chamonix, France: July 12, 2007.  “Teleoperation of a Surgical Robot via Airborne Wireless Radio and Transatlantic”
  26. Kirkpatrick A, McBeth P, Grenon M, Ball C, Campbell M, Broderick TJ.  Aerospace Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA: May 17, 2007.  “Abdominal wall behavior in microgravity: A parabolic flight model”
  27. TJ Broderick, C Doarn, B Harnett.  2007 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA: February 26, 2007.  “Telesurgery: The Convergence of Telecommunications, Informatics and Robotics”
  28. B Harnett, CR Doarn, L Huffman, J Rosen, B Hannaford, M Lum, TJ Broderick.  Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Long Beach, CA: February 9, 2007.  “Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle as a Network Access Point for Tele-Robotic Surgical Intervention in the Battlefield”
  29. Broderick TJ.  Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Long Beach, CA: February 9, 2007.  “NEEMO 9: Evaluating the Impact of 2 Second Time Delay in Telementoring and Telerobotic Surgery”
  30. TJ Broderick, A Mehran, P Garcia, B Hannaford, G Moses.  Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Long Beach, CA: February 7, 2007.  “Telesurgery: Next Frontier in Medicine”
  31. L. C. Huffman, C.R. Doarn, B. Harnett, G. R. Moses, T. J. Broderick.  Annual Academic Surgical Congress.  Phoenix, AZ: February 7, 2007.  “Recent Advances in Robotic Telesurgery and Applications to Battlefield Trauma”
  32. Broderick TJ.  ATA & TATRC’s Advanced Briefing for Industry, Washington, DC: December 11, 2006.  “Advanced Surgical Technologies”
  33. Broderick TJ.  Office of Spectrum Management Speaker Series: “Unmanned Systems & 21st Century Spectrum Policy,”  Washington, DC: October 31, 2006.  “Mobile Robotic Telesurgery”
  34. Doan, C. and Broderick TJ. University of Cincinnati Department of Surgery Symposium, Mason, OH: October 21, 2006.  “Center for Surgical Innovation”
  35. Broderick TJ. American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Chicago, IL: October 11, 2006.  Modeling, Simulation, and Virtual Reality: What’s Proven, What’s Not.  “Robotic Surgery”
  36. Broderick TJ. Cincinnati Surgical Society, Cincinnati, OH: October 4, 2006.  “Recent Progress In Robotic Telesurgery”
  37. Anvari M, Williams D, Thirsk R, Morin L, McKinley C, Broderick TJ, Kapoor A, Sebajang H, Hall G, Adili A, Dobranowski J. World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery, Berlin, Germany: September 14, 2006.  “Tele-Surgery in an Extreme Environment in the Absence of a Local Physician – The NEEMO 7&9 Missions”
  38. Broderick TJ. Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care, St. Petersburg Beach, FL: August 15, 2006.  “Surgical Simulation”
  39. Broderick TJ. Society for Medical Innovation and Technology, Pebble Beach, CA: May 11-14, 2006. “NEEMO 9 - NASA Extreme Underwater”
  40. Schenkman NS, Sterbis J, Marohn M, Hanly E, Herman B, Shih S, Broderick T, Harnett B, Doarn C. American Urological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA: May 20-25, 2006.  “Remote robotic nephrectomy using the public Internet: inexpensive telesurgery”
  41. Hanly EJ, Miller BE, Herman BC, Marohn MR, Broderick TJ, Shih SP, Sterbis, JR, Doarn CR, Harnett B, Hasser CJ, Talamini MA, Moses GR, Marchessault R, Schenkman NS. Annual American Telemedicine Association Meeting, San Diego, CA:  May 7-10, 2006.  “Remote robotic surgery using the public Internet: cheap transcontinental telesurgery”
  42. Hanly EJ, Miller BE, Herman BC, Marohn MR, Broderick TJ, Shih SP, Sterbis JR, Doarn CR, Harnett B, Hasser CJ, Talamini MA, Meireles O, Moses GR, Marchessault R, Schenkman NS. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX: April 26-29, 2006.  “Remote stereoscopic robotic telesurgery using the public Internet”
  43. Broderick TJ. Society of American Gastrointestinal Surgeons, Dallas, TX: April 26-29, 2006.  “Telesurgery in an extreme environment in the absence of a local physician-The NEEMO 7 & 9 Missions”
  44. Broderick TJ, Champion H, Dawson S, Bowyer M, Rosser B, Heinrichs L. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference - TATRC Day, Long Beach, CA: January 24, 2006.  “Haptics Wars: The Odyssey Continues”
  45. Hanly EJ, Miller BE, Herman BC, Marohn MR, Broderick TJ, Shih SP, Sterbis JR, Doarn CR, Harnett BR, Hasser CJ. Pacific Rim Robotics Symposium, Anaheim, CA: January 6-7, 2006.  “daVinci telesurgery using the public Internet”  
  46. Shih SP, Hanly EJ, Schenkaman MS, Miller BE, Herman BC, Broderick TJ. Pacific Rim Robotics Symposium, Anaheim, CA: January 6-7, 2006.  “Telesurgical repair of a vena cava injury in California: “Denver, we have a problem.” 
  47. Privitera MB, Broderick TJ, Grood E, Doarn CR, Wolf R. American Society of Engineering Education, Portland, OR: June 12-15, 2005.  “Robotic Surgery: Results of an Ethnographic and Design Research Program”
  48. Hanly EJ, Miller BE, Hernman BC, Marohn MR, Broderick TJ, Shih SP, Sterbis, JR, Doarn CR, Harnett B, Hasser CJ, Talamini MA, Schenkman NS. American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting and Expedition, Denver, CO: April 17-20, 2005.  “Stereoscopic robotic surgical telementoring: feasibility and future applications”
  49. Privitera MB, Broderick TJ, Grood E, Doarn CR, Wolf R. 2005 Design of Medical Devices Conference, Minneapolis, MN: April 13-15, 2005.  “Robotic Surgery: Results of an Ethnographic and Design Research Program”
  50. Privitera MB, Broderick TJ, Grood E, Doarn CR, Wolf R. National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Association, San Diego, CA: March 17-19, 2005. “Robotic Surgery: Results of an Ethnographic and Design Research Program”
  51. Broderick TJ. Cincinnati Surgical Society, Cincinnati, OH: February 2, 2005.  “Surgery In Space”
  52. Cuttino CM, Broderick TJ, Doerr H. Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Long Beach, CA: January 27, 2005.  “Development of Simulation Technology for Microgravity Emergency Medical Procedures”
  53. Harnett BM, Broderick TJ, Doarn CR, Rafiq A, Muth T, Merrell RC. Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Long Beach, CA: January 27, 2005.  "Dynamic Automated Data Collection for Human Performance"
  54. Broderick TJ. TATRC’s Annual Advanced Medical Technology Review, Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Long Beach, CA: January 26, 2005.  “NEEMO 7 – NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations”
  55. Broderick TJ. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons Resident’s Workshop, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy & Laparoscopy: An Introduction for Surgeons, Cincinnati, OH: January 20, 2005.  “Laparoscopic Foregut Surgery/GERD”
  56. Kirkpatrick A, Broderick TJ, McBeth P, Hamilton DR, Campbell MR. 2004 World Congress on Abdominal Compartment Syndrome, Queensland, Australia: December 8, 2004. “Implications Regarding the Abdominal Compartment Syndrome in Space” Gold Medal Presentation
  57. Broderick TJ. Association for Academic Surgery Annual Meeting, Houston, TX: November 12, 2004.  “NASA and the Emergence of New Surgical Technologies”

58. Broderick TJ. The Cincinnati Observatory Center ScopeOut 2004, Cincinnati, OH: September 25, 2004.  Keynote Speaker & Presenter: “Space Surgery: From Video Games to Robots”

  1. Broderick TJ, Moses G.  Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care, Tampa, FL: August 18, 2004.  “Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care: Hot Topics in Medical Simulation”
  2. Broderick TJ.  University Hospital, Moderator, Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Live Internet Broadcast, coverage by WLWT Channel 5 & WCPO Channel 9, Cincinnati, OH: June 28, 2004
  3. Broderick TJ.  University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery Grand Rounds, Cincinnati, OH: May 26, 2004.  “Technology In Surgery”
  4. Broderick TJ. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Reunion, Cincinnati, OH: May 14, 2004.  “Technology In Surgery”
  5. Broderick TJ. University of Cincinnati Department of Biomedical Engineering Research Seminar, Cincinnati, OH: May 12, 2004.  “Applications of Advanced Technology In Surgery”
  6. Broderick TJ. Aerospace Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, Anchorage, AK: May 4, 2004.  “Evaluation of Computer-Based Virtual Reality Simulation on the KC-135”
  7. Broderick TJ. American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting and Expedition, Tampa, FL: May 3, 2004.  “Haptic Telementoring”
  8. Broderick TJ. American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting and Expedition/TATRC Telemedicine Partnerships, Tampa, FL: May 1, 2004.  “Robotic Telesurgery”
  9. Broderick TJ. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, World President’s Organization Event, Cincinnati, OH: April 19, 2004.  “Innovations In Surgery: Robotic Surgery”
  10. Broderick TJ, Rodas E, Rafiq A, Merriam N, Harnett B, Doarn C, Merrell R. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, Denver, CO: March 2004.  “Surgical Simulation in Microgravity”
  11. Broderick TJ, Tang DG, Canonizado DG, Schwartz T, Wilson JS, Kelley W, DeAnda A. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic, Denver, CO: March 2004.  “Learning Curves in Minimally Invasive Robotically Assisted Surgery”
  12. Broderick TJ. Clinical Applications of Biomedical Engineering in the Surgical Environment: Engineering Surgery for the Future, Cincinnati, OH: January 23, 2004.  “Clinical Application of Robotic Telesurgery”
  13. Broderick TJ.  Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference, Newport Beach, CA: January 15, 2004.  “Evaluation and Validation Standards and Guidelines for Operating Room of the Future R&D.”  Co-Chair & Presenter
  14. Broderick TJ. University of Cincinnati Mini Medical College, Cincinnati, OH: October 28, 2003.  “Technology In Surgery”
  15. Broderick TJ. University of Cincinnati Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Cincinnati, OH: September 24, 2003.  “Technology In Surgery”
  16. Broderick TJ, Najjar S. Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, Los Angeles, CA: March 2003.  “MRCP Diagnosis of Gallbladder Agenesis”
  17. Broderick TJ. Computer Motion Telesurgery Conference, Santa Barbara, CA: January 25, 2003.  “Next Generation and Mobile Robotic Telesurgery Systems”
  18. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Richmond, VA: May 23, 2002. “Surgical Relief at VCU”
  19. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Robotics in Medicine Lecture Series; Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery and School of Engineering, Richmond, VA: March 21, 2002.  “Current Applications in Minimally Invasive Surgery”
  20. Broderick TJ. McBride CL, Kaplan BJ, DeMaria EJ. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, New York, NY: March 2002.  “Sleep Deprivation Does Not Impair Learning of Laparoscopic Skills”
  21. Broderick TJ. Conference on Mobile Health. San Diego, CA:  November 15, 2001. “Mobile Medical Capabilities”
  22. Broderick TJ. Virginia Association for Healthcare Quality, Richmond, VA: November 2, 2001.  “Using Technology to Enhance Healthcare”
  23. Broderick TJ, Kothari SN, Kaplan BJ, DeMaria EJ, Clary S, Merrell RC. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, St. Louis, MO: March 14, 2001.  “Training of Laparoscopic Suturing Skills Using a New Computer – Based Virtual Reality Simulator (MIST) Provides Comparable Results to an Established Pelvic Trainer System”
  24. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, Richmond, VA: September 28, 2001.  “Laparoscopic Hernia Course, Inguinal & Ventral”
  25. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, Richmond, VA: March 29-30, 2001.  “Laparoscopic Anti-Reflux Course”
  26. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Richmond, VA: December 7, 2000.  “Early Debridement is Indicated for Non-infected Pancreatic Necrosis with Evidence of Organ Failure”
  27. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Richmond, VA: November 9, 2000.  CPC “Blunt Injury of the Thoracic Great Vessels”
  28. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Minimally Invasive Surgery Center, Richmond, VA: September 29, 2000.  “Laparoscopic Hernia Course, Inguinal & Ventral”
  29. Broderick TJ. NASA Smart Systems 2000, Houston, TX: September 7, 2000.  “Telecommunications to Integrate Mobile Medical Services”
  30. Broderick TJ. NASA Medical Informatics and Technology Applications Consortium Telemedicine Lecture Series, Moscow, Russia: March 17, 2000.  “Acute & Chronic Pancreatitis”
  31. Broderick TJ. Engineering the Future of Medicine; Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery & School of Engineering, Richmond, VA: February 18, 2000.  “Clinical Problems/Engineering Solutions I: Home Health Care”
  32. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Richmond, VA: November 18, 1999.  “Current Treatment of Pancreatitis”
  33. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Surgery Antibiotic Symposium, Richmond, VA: October 21, 1998.  "Antibiotic Treatment for Intra-abdominal Infection"
  34. Broderick TJ. Virginia Chapter American College of Surgeons/Virginia Surgical Society, Hot Springs, VA: May 2, 1998.  "Transgastric Access For a Stapled Endoscopic Pancreatic Cystgastrostomy"
  35. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Gastroenterology Update, Richmond, VA: January 10, 1998.  "Innovations in Laparoscopic Surgery for Gastrointestinal Disorders"
  36. Broderick TJ. Virginia Commonwealth University Obstetrics & Gynecology Grand Rounds, Richmond, VA: January 8, 1998.  "HELLP-Associated Hepatic Rupture"
  37. Broderick TJ. Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series, Southside Regional Medical Center, Petersburg, VA: January 6, 1998
  38. Broderick TJ, Doarn C. Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, San Diego, CA: March 21, 1997.  "Transgastric Access For a Stapled Endoscopic Pancreatic Cystgastrostomy"
  39. Broderick TJ. American Heart Association, Dallas, TX: November 14, 1994.  "Triiodothyronine Modulation of Arterial Vasoreactivity"
  40. Broderick TJ. Humera Surgical Society, Boca Raton, FL: March 11, 1994.  "Efficacy of Triiodothyronine After High Risk CABG "       

Medical Videos

  1. Broderick, TJ.  Ivanhoe Broadcast News: October 16, 2006   “Surgery from Miles Away” National Syndication Release.
  2. Hanly EJ, Miller BE, Herman BC, Marohn MR, Broderick TJ, Shih SP, Sterbis JR, Doarn CR, Harnett BR, Hasser CJ, Talamini MA, Meireles O, Moses GR, Marchessault R, Schenkman NS.  Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons.  Resident Session.  Dallas, TX: April 26-29, 2006. “Remote stereoscopic robotic telesurgery using the public Internet” 
  3. Shih SP, Hanly EJ, Schenkman MS, Miller BE, Herman BC, Broderick TJ, Sterbis JR, Doarn CR, Harnett BR, Hasser Cj, Talamini MA, Meireles OR, Marohn MR.  Pacific Rim Robotics Symposium.  University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine.  Anaheim, CA: January 6-7, 2006 “Telesurgical repair of a vena cava injury in California: “Denver, we have a problem!”
  4. Broderick, TJ.  Ivanhoe Broadcast News: July 27, 2005.  “A Black Box for Humans”  National Syndication Release.
  5. DeMaria, EJ, Schweitzer MA, Broderick TJ, Sugerman HJ. American College of Surgeons Video Library, October 1999.  “Laparoscopic Assisted Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass”
  6. Broderick TJ. Breakthrough National PBS Television Syndicated Broadcast: June 6, 1998 “Laparoscopic Heartburn Surgery"
  7. Broderick TJ, Wassef WY, Bagwell CE, DeMaria EJ. Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons Video Library, March 1997.  “Transgastric Access For a Stapled Endoscopic Pancreatic Cystgastrostomy”

Professional Affiliations/Memberships

  • Aerospace Medical Association
  • Alpha Omega Alpha
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • Association for Academic Surgery
  • Central Surgical Association
  • Explorers Club
  • Humera Surgical Society
  • Mont Reid Surgical Society
  • Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons
  • Society of University Surgeons
  • Space Medicine Association
  • Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society

Awards/Recognition

2014                 Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal and Citation for Exceptional Public Service

2012                 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Logistics Lite Medicine Meeting, Invited Participant

2012                 Associate Fellow, Aerospace Medical Association

2010                 Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Executive Office of the President Robotics Working Group, Invited Participant

2010                 Federal Drug Administration (FDA) Workshop on Medical Care Robots, Invited Participant

2009                 Honorary NASA Flight Surgeon (Society of NASA Flight Surgeons)

2008                 16th Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) Conference, Center for Advanced Surgical Technology, Invited Panelist

2008                 Annual Scientific Award, “Intra-abdominal pressure effects on porcine thoracic compliance in weightlessness: Implications for laparoscopic surgery in space,” (Society of Critical Care Medicine)

2006                 Japan-American Frontiers of Engineering Symposium, Invited Participant

2006                 Best Technology Presentation Award for “Telesurgery in an Extreme Environment in the Absence of a Local Physician – The NEEMO 7 & 9 Missions,” (European Association for Endoscopic Surgery/World Congress of Endoscopic      Surgery)

2004                 Space Medicine Branch Young Investigator Award Finalist (Aerospace Medical Association)

1998                 Fellow, American College of Surgeons

1997                 Alpha Omega Alpha (National Medical Honor Society)

1994                 David M Hume Research Award (Humera Surgical Society)

1993                 Young Investigator Award (SmithKline Beecham)

1986                 Computer Science Achievement Award (Xavier University)

1985                 Alpha Sigma Nu (Jesuit Academic Honor Society)

1982 – 1986       Xavier University Trustee Scholarship

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