Jay A. Brown, MD, MPH

Olympia, Washington
  Education and Post Graduate Training
1994-1996 University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center

Seattle, Washington

M.P.H degree and fellowship in Occupational & Environmental Medicine

1978-1981 St. Mary's Medical Center

Evansville, Indiana

Family Practice Residency

1974-1978 Indiana University School of Medicine

Indianapolis, Indiana

1966-1970 Indiana University

Bloomington, Indiana

B.A., majoring in sociology

  Professional Experience
2006-current Department of Labor: Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program

Washington, DC

2006-2015: Occupational Medicine Database Consultant; 2015-present: Haz-Map Database Licensing Agreement

2000-current Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program at the National Library of Medicine

Bethesda, Maryland

Occupational Toxicology Database Licensing Agreement

2005-2007 U.S. HealthWorks

Tacoma, Washington

Clinic Physician

2003-2004 Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Worker Advocacy Physician Panel

Washington, DC

Appointee of the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

2002-2004 Novus Medical, LLC

Fort McCoy, Wisconsin; Fort Lewis, Washington

Locum tenens assignments

1990-2002 Occupational Medicine Clinics
1984-1990 Urgent Care Clinics
1981-1984 Jay A. Brown, M.D.

Boonville, Indiana

Solo family physician

1996 Board Certified in Occupational Medicine
1981 Board Certified in Family Practice (Not Current.)
Inactive Indiana
Current Washington
  Professional Affiliations
1999-current American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
1991-current American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
2002-current Created two databases for hand-held computers: OutbreakID© and IDdx® to give health professionals quick access to comprehensive information about infectious diseases. IDdx was released as an iPhone application by USBMIS in 2010. See www.iddx.com.
 1991-current Designed and developed Haz-Map®: A Relational Database of Hazardous Chemicals and Occupational Diseases; published information from this project on my web site haz-map.com; made presentations at scientific conferences in Washington DC, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Chicago, Genoa (Italy), Heidelberg (Germany), and Goteborg (Sweden); helped the National Library of Medicine develop a web-based interface; and continue to update the content. Haz-Map is published at http://hazmap.nlm.nih.gov/index.php


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