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William Ted Brown

physician , biology educator

William Ted Brown, American biology educator, physician. Recipient Andrew W. Mellon Teacher-Scientist award. 1979; National Science Foundation research fellow Johns Hopkins University, 1967-1969.

Background

Brown, William Ted was born on February 18, 1946 in Missoula, Montana, United States. Son of C. W. and H. F. Brown.

Education

Bachelor, Johns Hopkins University, 1967, Master of Arts, 1969, Doctor of Philosophy, 1973. Doctor of Medicine cum laude, Harvard University, 1974. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine, American Board Medical Genetics.

Career

Chairman department human genetics New York State Institute Basic Research in Devel. Chief division human genetics, professor pediatrics, hereditary physician North Shore University Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center, since 1988. Professor biophysics, anatomy & cell biology State University of New York Health Science Center, Brooklyn, 1987-1988.

Contributor chapters, articles on aging, genetics, mental retardation to professional journals.

Works

  • Contributor chapters, articles on aging, genetics, mental retardation to professional journals. Editorial board: Review Biological Research in Aging.

Membership

Member National Institute Aging Resources Advisory Panel.; Fellow Gerontological Society of America (chairman biological science section). Member American Society Human Genetics, Gerontological Society, American Federation Clinical Research, Harvey Society, New York Academy of Sciences Subspecialties: Genetics and genetic engineering (medicine).

Connections

Married Barbara Blegen, March 31, 1967 (divorced January 1982).; married Donna Marie Hanson, May 21, 1988. 1 child, Vanessa.

father:
C. W.

mother:
H. F. Brown

spouses:
Barbara Blegen

Donna Marie Hanson

child:
Vanessa Brown