Olen R. Brown
527 North Cedar Lake Drive West
Columbia MO, 65203
Toxicology and Microbiology/Infectious Disease Expert: chronic and acute toxic exposure to chemicals from the environment and workplace [solvents (including benze and gasoline)], pesticides, heavy metals; bacterial, viral, fungal infections; antimicrobial thearpy; allergic reactions; review of medical records for causation; assessment of laboratory records; assessment of environmental data; effective reports and complex cases are my specialty.
Previous Work includes:
Cases in more than two dozen states
Free first telephone call with lawyers
Consultation broadly in the Life Sciences
Broad training and experience in the life sciences including: medical and environmental areas (microbiology, toxicology, analytical chemistry, biochemistry), grant writing and peer review, teaching and research. Scientifically complex cases that require broad knowledge and analytical ability, a specialty. Expert witness since early 1980's: Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Texas, New York, Oklahoma, Arkansas, California, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, and more than a dozen other states.
Ph.D. in Microbiology, University of Oklahoma, 1964 and board certified diplomate in Toxicology, 1989 - present. Broad teaching and research experience in the Life Sciences with a focus in Human and Veterinary Medicine using the disciplines of bacteriology, virology, immunology, epidemiology, biochemistry, physiology, analytical chemistry, toxicology and environmental sciences. Listed in Marquis Who's Who in the World and in America, in American Men and Women of Science and a dozen other sources. Over $6,500,000 in federal research grants as principal and co- investigator, and over 150 scientific publications. Former Professorships in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, and in Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine; and Research Professor, Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center,University of Missouri., Columbia, MO.
Available also for: safety assessment of medical devices and pharmaceuticals in development, medical writing, research protocol review, internal review of research, and communicating with the public.
Expert witness in courts since early 1980s, for defense and plaintiff, civil and criminal, and a pre-trial consultant and expert for depositions, administrative hearings and affidavits in more than 180 cases in more than two dozen states.
Expert witness areas:
Special expertise for evaluating the scientific merit of complex cases that require broad knowledge and analytical ability.
Chronic and acute toxic exposure to chemicals from the environment and workplace including dusts, solvents, and most organic and inorganic chemicals affecting most organ systems.
Odor measurement and control for lagoon and other farming operations and industry.
Infectious diseases, epidemiology and immunology.
Environmental spills and contamination and pesticide misuse.
Alcohol and illicit drug use.
Currently Professor Emeritus, and formerly teaching and research at University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.
Board Certified by American Board of Toxicology since 1989 and currently serving on Assessment of Knowledge Committe and also a question writer for Certification Exams.
The White House, unpaid consultant for Carlton Turner, Director, Drug Abuse Policy Office for President Ronald Reagan, relative to Marijuana, 1982.
Consultant for various Corporations and Universities, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994.
Consultant, Teltech Network Resource Corporation, 1992 to the present.
Reviewer for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 25 books and films, 1986 to the present.
Item writer for MCAT and ACT medical school and college admission tests, 1990, 1991, 1992.
Judge for Research & Development Magazine's 100 Awards, 1996, 1999.
A 30-plus page CV, which includes a list of prior clients, is available via mail or e-mail.