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Janet Brostron Kolar

Janet Brostron Kolar, American physician assistant, medical technologist. Board certified physician assistant.


Kolar, Janet Brostron was born on January 8, 1937 in St. Louis.


Diploma in medical technical, Century College Medical Technology, 1955;diploma in physicians assistant program, St. Saint Louis University, 1976.


Biochemistry research technologist, Argonne Cancer Research Hospital, Chicago, 1955-1960;cyto technician, biochemistry research technologist department medicine, University of Chicago Hospital, 1960-1962;supervisor surgical biochemistry laboratory, research assistant department surgery, University of Chicago Hospital, 1962-1965;medical technologist, Overland (Missouri) Medical Center, 1967-1989;medication counselor, physicians assistant, Lipid Research Center, Washington U. School of Medicine, St. Louis, 1976-1983;physician assistant, coordinator cardiovascular risk reduction center, St. Saint Louis University Medical Center, 1983-1985;physician assistant, VA Medical Center, St. Louis, 1985-1990;physician assistant in general surgery, Barnes-Jewish-Christian Health System, St. Louis, since 1990. Member of advisory subcommittee to intervention committee National Institutes of Health-Coronary Primary Prevention Trial, 1981-1983.


Co-chairwoman childhood education Women's International League Peace and Freedom, St. Louis, 1970-1973. Volunteer enrichment program children's folk music Flynn Park School, University City, Missouri, 1972-1973. Volunteer children's folk music Countryside Montessori School, Creve Coeur, Missouri, 1968-1971.

Member Missouri Academy Physician Assistants VA Physicians Assistant, Epsilon Omicron Museum.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: folk guitar, dancing, drag racing, cooking, needlework.


Daughter of William Olaf and Susan Ann (Dzurovcin) B. M Robert Joseph Kolar, September 21, 1957 (divorced June 1976). Children: John Alexander, Elizabeth Susan Hinn, Paul Daniel, Peter Nicholas.