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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge


Broderick House received his B.S. in Biology from the University of Portland, USA, completing his thesis on the development of nerve specific compounds for image guided surgery, with the Oregon Health & Science University, USA. He is an awardee of the Murdock Charitable Trust Research Scholarship, the Achievement Rewards for College Scientist Foundation Scholarship, and current recipient of the Harding Distinguished Postgraduate Scholarship at the University of Cambridge.

Broderick’s current work within the Department of Zoology looks to harness the power of Urban Aquaculture Farming to address some of the most critical questions pertaining to global food security and nutritional deficiencies.

His experience in translational research and working with low resource communities in the Dominican Republic, as well as in the United States, are his inspiration for providing sustainable solutions for unlocking the farming potential of urban environments for varying resource communities.

Beyond his PhD work, Broderick also serves as the Training and Development Coordinator for the Harding Distinguished Postgraduate Scholarship Programme and is a member of the EnterpriseTECH STAR entrepreneurship programme at the Cambridge Judge Business School. 

PhD student, Department of Zoology

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