"I am curious about the intersection of philosophy, history, religion and science as lenses on the rich universe of medicine.”
Dr Jeremy Brown is an emergency physician and Director of the Office of Emergency Care Research at the National Institutes of Health. Jeremy grew up in London, studied medicine at University College, London and trained as an emergency physician at Boston Medical Center. Before joining the NIH, he was the Research Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. While at GWU, Jeremy served as the founding director of the ED HIV screening program, received three NIH grants to study a new therapy for kidney stones, and taught undergraduate courses in clinical research and science and religion. Jeremy is the author of over forty peer-reviewed papers and four books, including two textbooks of emergency medicine published by Oxford University Press. He and his wife, Erica live in Silver Spring, Maryland. They have four children, three more by marriage and two beautiful grandchildren.