Research & Publications
Dr. Brown is an Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology within the Division of Neuropsychology. He primarily sees patients with brain tumors, epilepsy, various forms of cancer with cognitive complaints, multiple sclerosis patients, and those with various forms of brain injuries. He also conducts Wada testing for presurgical epilepsy patients. Prior to his work in the neurology department, he was in the Yale Neurosurgery Department focusing on epilepsy patients. In the past, he has worked at rehabilitation centers with TBI patients, NFL Concussion Patients, and at with learning disorder students at colleges and school districts.
In addition to clinical, work he conducts research within the areas of visual memory, cognitive inefficiency, oncology, and epilepsy. He developed the Brown Location Test which is uses internationally and at some of the top neuroscience centers in the United States. He also developed the STEPS sleep treatment program which is also incorporated at many sites in the United States and abroad.
In addition to his paid activities, he volunteers his time on several boards within relevant professional associations (AACN & AACNF), reviews board certification application written samples, and has written grants to improve diversity within the field of neuropsychology.
Education & Training
- FellowDartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (2004)
- PhDLouisiana Tech University (2002)
- Specialty CourseworkBrigham Young University (2002)
- InternUtah State Hospital (2002)
- MAKutztown University of Pennsylvania (1996)
- BAKutztown University of Pennsylvania (1994)