Dr. Brown – a Medical Expert Witness, is a Board Certified Neurosurgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons as well as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgery (Canada). He has held medical licenses in various states namely Arizona, Florida, Illinois and California.
Dr. Brown studied HBSc in Applied Mathematics at University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, MSc in Physics at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and Medicine (MD – PhD program) from University of Western Ontario.
Dr. Brown says “My clinical opinions are based upon twenty-five years as a practicing board-certified neurosurgeon. Likewise, biomechanical opinions are based upon an BSc (Hon) in Applied Mathematics, an MSc in Physics, and a PhD in Medical Biophysics. I have also been inducted as a member of the American Society of Biomechanics, which as a requirement for membership, requires ten or more biomechanical articles published in peer-reviewed journals. I have testified in over 100 depositions and in 15 trials.”
Dr. Brown’s publications include but not limited to :- Internal geometry of arterial bifurcations – J Biomechanics 1983; 16:857-863, A mathematical model for the formation of cerebral aneurysms – Stroke 1991; 22:619-625 and Gamma-gamma physics with the Argus detector – MSc theses, McGill University (1985).