David Brown

Professor
Degrees
Ph.D.-Cell Biology, Duke University (1995); MS-Microbiology, Ohio University (1990); BS-Chemistry, Ohio University (1988)
Year Appointed
2002
Courses
Fall 2017
  • Modern Biology
  • Introduction to Cell Biology
  • Toxicology
Courses
Spring 2018
  • Modern Biology
  • Introduction to Cell Biology
  • Molecular Biology Lab
  • Genetics
  • Research Methods

Biography

Research Interests

Environmental toxicology with a focus on exposure to metals. However, I have worked with students on research projects that have covered a wide range of topics in toxicology.

Recent Publications

Haynes, E., Ryan, P., Chen, A., Brown, D., Roda, S., Kuhnell, P., Wittberg, D., Terrell, M., and Reponen, T. (2012) Assessment of Personal Exposure to Manganese in Children Living Near a Ferromanganese Refinery. Science of the Total Environment 427-428: 19-25.

Brown, D.J., Orelien, J., Gordon, J.D., Chu, A.C., Chu, M.D., Nakamura, M., Handa, H., Kayama, F, Denison, M.S and Clark, G.C. (2007) Mathematical Model Developed for Environmental Samples: Prediction of GC/MS Dioxin TEQ from XDS-CALUX Bioassay Data. Environmental Science and Technology 41: 4354-4360.