Demetrios Braddock MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Pathology; Medical Director, Precipio Diagnostics

Biographical Info

Demetrios Braddock was educated at the University of Chicago (A.B., M.D., & Ph.D.) in Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Medicine, and trained in Anatomical Pathology at the National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health. Following his residency, he further trained in stuctural biology and biophysics in the laboratory of David Levens in Pathology/NCI/NIH and Marius Clore in the Laboratory of Chemical Physics/NIDDK, where he determined the three-dimensional structures of protein-DNA transcription factors governing C-myc expression by multi-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. Since coming to Yale, his laboratory has been actively engaged in the development of translational therapeutics and the biochemistry and biophysics of the ENPP enzymes – a family of enzymes regulating important physiologic processes such as hemostasis, bone mineralization, and inflammation.

Education & Training

University of Chicago (1994)
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine (1996)
Yale University School of Medicine, Hematopathology
National Cancer Institute, NIH, Laboratory of Pathology, Anatomic Pathology
Clinical Observer
Johns Hopkins, Urologic Pathology
Board Certification
Anatomic Pathology, Board Certified  (2000)
Board Certification
Hematology (Pathology), Board Certified  (2012)

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