Gregory A. Broderick
Dr. Broderick completed his premedical studies at Harvard University. He earned his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He completed surgical internship at Yale New Haven Hospital. He returned to UCSF for Urologic residency (1985-1989); following residency he completed a fellowship at UC Davis in Neuro-Urology, Incontinence and Impotence.
In 1990 he joined the University of Pennsylvania, as an Assistant Professor. He established Penn’s research program in male sexual dysfunction, with funding from Public Health System, National Institutes of Health and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
In 1998 he joined Mayo Clinic Florida, as Professor in Urology. His practice is focused on Men’s Health: Erectile Dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, Urethral Stricture Disease, Male Stress Incontinence, and BPH. He serves as Program Director of the Urology Residency MCF, member of the Continuous Professional Development Committee MCF, member of the Personnel Committee, member of the Academic Appointments and Promotions Committee and Vice-Chair Graduate Medical Education Committee. In 2016 Jacksonville Business Journal recognized him as ‘Innovator in Education’, and Mayo Clinic Florida recognized him as Educator of the Year.
He is a founding member of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America, and has served on the Board of Directors for Sexual Medicine Society of North America. He was elected President of SMSNA (2005-2006). He has chaired the Website, Publications, Education and Industry Relations Committees. He helped establish the SMSNA Foundation which is dedicated to education, research, and public policy in sexual health.
He has served the American Urological Association as committee member and author of Clinical Guidelines on: Priapism 2003, Premature Ejaculation 2004, and Erectile Dysfunction 2005 and 2006, www.auanet.org. He is currently a member of the Sexual Health Function Committee, AUA Foundation.
Friday, May 18
12:30 PM – 1:05 PM
Sunday, May 20
9:20 AM – 9:50 AM
Sunday, May 20
3:30 PM – 5:30 PM