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Priority Registration

Priority registration is open for veterans from February 27 to May 7, 2017. To schedule an appointment contact Undergraduate Academic Advising at (954) 262-7990 or schedule one online.

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Veteran Research Initiatives

College of Osteopathic Medicine

Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine (INIM)

  • Gulf War Illness: An Integrated Modeling Approach
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Mariana Morris
  • Brain Immune Interactions as the Basis for Gulf War Illness
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Nancy Klimas
  • Women vs. Men with GWI: Differences in Computational Models and Therapeutic Targets
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Nancy Klimas
  • A Translational Medicine Approach to GWI:  From Cells to Therapy
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Nancy Klimas
  • Testing the Model A Phase I/II Randomized Double Blind Placebo Control Trial of Therapeutics Liposomal Glutathione and Curcumin
    Principal Investigators: Dr. Nancy Klimas and Dr. Richard Deth
  • An Integrated Genomics and Cell Biology Approach to Correlate Novel GWI Indicators of Infection and Neuro-Inflammatory Mechanisms with Targeted Drug Therapy
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Paula Waziry
  • High Fidelity Design of Multi-Modal Restorative Integrative Interventions in Gulf War Illness
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Gordon Broderick
  • Epigenetic Mediation of Endocrine and Immune Responses in an Animal Model of GWI
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Gordon Broderick
  • Disentangling the Effects of PTSD from GWI for Improved Diagnostics and Treatments
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Travis Craddock
  • Improving Diagnostics and Treatments for GWI Females by Accounting for the Effects of PTSD
    Principal Investigator: Dr. Travis Craddock
  • Persistently Elevated Somatic Mutation as a Biomarker for Clinically Relevant Exposures in GWI
    Principal Investigator:  Stephen Grant, Ph.D.

College of Psychology

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

Gordon Broderick, Ph.D.
Professor and Director
Phone (954) 262-5895
Email gbroderick@nova.edu

  • Clinical Systems Biology Laboratory Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine
  • Post-Exertion Malaise in CFS/ME: Brain, Inflammation, and Behavioral Interactions. Theory-Driven Models for Correcting Fight or Flight Imbalance in Gulf War illness
  • Epigenetic Mediation of Endocrine and Immune Responses in an Animal Model of GWI
  • High Fidelity Design of Multi-Modal Restorative Integrative Interventions in Gulf War illness