|Aug 1999-May 2003||Ph.D. in Social & Administrative Pharmacy, University of Minnesota|
|Sept 1996-May 1999||Pharm.D., University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy|
Dr. Brown’s teaching and research interests include: the US Health Care system, professionalism and leadership, health disparities, and Health Care Reform; identifying the economic and clinical outcomes of pharmacists-provided Medication Therapy Management Services, expanded roles of pharmacists in the health care system, and consumer perception of pharmacists. He has given nearly 80 presentations throughout the US and nearly 40 presentations internationally. Dr. Brown has served as an expert consultant to help pharmacists in Hungary, Philippines, and South Africa to become more knowledgeable about and more engaged in pharmacist-provided medication therapy management for patients. Additionally, he has created and delivers a small group education session that utilizes motivational interviewing to help patients improve medication adherence.