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CUTV News Radio spotlights Dr. Patricia Broderick of Eazysense Nanotechnologies

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Bronx, NY – The brain is dynamic, so alive, so many connections, so many tasks being done all at once, remotely, whatever is needed. The brain is a living miracle, but we’re getting closer to understanding the brain, both biologically and chemically, thanks to remarkable advances by dedicated, innovative and open-minded scientists like Dr. Patricia Broderick. 

Dr. Broderick is a Medical Professor in Molecular Cellular and Biomedical science at The City University of New York School of Medicine and Professor in Neurology at NYU-Langone Medical Center. She is also Founder of Eazysense Nanotechnologies Inc.

Dr, Broderick has invented, patented and trademarked a revolutionary technology that will change the way we understand the brain. Some medical doctors publish have stated that The BRODERICK PROBE® will change the face of science and medicine.

“They call me the dynamite stick, because nothing stops me,” says Dr. Broderick. “I am the first person to marry the brain with sensors.  We can discover all new ways to treat the brain.”

Dr. Broderick has spent a career working on neurodegenerative diseases like epilepsy, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, as well as biopsychiatric conditions like anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorders.

“Some people study the brain,” says Dr. Broderick. “I wanted to sense the neurotransmitters in the brain to see what is going on in the natural state and then compare the differences in neurochemistry with the brain disorder that we want to heal.”

With the Broderick nanotechnology, neurotransmitter signals can be seen on the computer and even the mobile device.

“I want to share it with the whole world,” says Dr. Broderick. “Let everybody use it. The laws of probability suggest we'll all find something great.”