History of health, medicine and naval history
Kevin Brown is an expert on the history of health and medicine. He has written and lectured extensively at home in the UK and abroad, on land and at sea on a wide range of topics linked to medical and maritime history. He is Archivist to Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Curator of the Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum, St Mary’s Hospital London.
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Kevin Brown studied History at Hertford College, Oxford, and qualified as an Archivist from University College, London. He has worked at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, as School Archivist at Newcastle Church High School, Durham County Record Office, and the Northern Film and TV Archives, and as Honorary Archivist to the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust. He has served as Managing Editor of St Mary’s Hospital Gazette. He has advised the New Oxford DNB on selection of medical experts for inclusion in the Dictionary of National Biography. He is a former Chairman of the London Museums of Health and Medicine and is the Honorary Secretary of the St Mary’s Hospital Association (registered charity 1066 742).
He was the first historian and non-scientist to deliver the Andrew Moyer Lecture at the US Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Utilization Research Laboratory at Peoria, Illinois in 2001.
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