Dr. William C Broaddus MD Neurosurgeon

Dr. William Broaddus is a neurosurgeon in Richmond, Virginia and is affiliated with VCU Health System. He received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 22 years. He is one of 12 doctors at VCU Health System who specialize in Neurological Surgery.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Neurosurgeon: General Neurosurgery

Hospital Affiliation

VCU Health System
High performing in Neurology & Neurosurgery

Education & Medical Training

University of Virginia
Residency, Neurological Surgery, 1984 - 1991

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Class of 1984

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Neurological Surgery
Certified in Neurological Surgery

VA State Medical License
Active through 2014

Publications & Presentations

Nicotine enhances proliferation, migration, and radioresistance of human malignant glioma cells through EGFR activation.
Khalil, A. A., Jameson, M. J., Broaddus, W. C., Lin, P. S., Chung, T. D.

Inductively coupled microfluidic pressure meter for in vivo monitoring of cerebrospinal fluid shunt function.
Song, S. H., Gillies, G. T., Begley, M. R., Utz, M., Broaddus, W. C.

Wilms' tumor 1 silencing decreases the viability and chemoresistance of glioblastoma cells in vitro: a potential role for IGF-1R de-repression.
Chen, M.Y., Clark, A.J., Chan, D.C., Ware, J.L., Holt, S.E., Chidambaram, A., Fillmore, H.L., Broaddus, W.C.

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