Dr. Michael E. Brown is the director and principal researcher of the Molecular History Research Center. He graduated with a Ph.D. in biology with an emphasis in molecular biology from Loma Linda University in 1987. While at Loma Linda University, he received three awards: the first for meritorious research from the Western Student Medical Research Forum of the American Federation for Medical Research and the last awards, both the Edmund C. Jaeger Award, were given for indicating potential in contributing to the field of biology.
Dr. Brown has taught college courses in Biochemistry and Biology at Antillian Adventist University in Puerto Rico and Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington.
- Brown, M. B.; Zuccarelli, A. J.: Specific interactions of the Escherichia coli n' protein with a DNA fragment isolated from bacteriophage fX174. Clinical Research, Vol. 30, No. 1, 1982 pp. 41A. (1982)
- Brown, M. B.; Bauer, C. A.; Eaton, D. O. W.; Zuccarelli, A. J.: Biological activity of an origin of DNA replication cloned in bacteriophage M13. Clinical Research, Vol. 31, No. 1, 1983 pp. 35A. (1983)
- Brown, M. B., Isolation and Cloning of fX174 n' Recognition Site: Characterization of Mutant Forms. Ph.D. Dissertation, Loma Linda University (1987)