Bertram S. Brown
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Bertram S. Brown

Bertram S. Brown (born January 28, 1931) is an American psychiatrist who was the head of the National Institute of Mental Health from 1970-1977, Assistant Surgeon General from 1978-1980, and President of Hahnemann University from 1983-1987. He pioneered research in psychiatric health, especially in mental disabilities, and lives today in Philadelphia.[1]


  1. ^ Brown, B. S. (1998). "NIMH before (1946-1970) and during the tenure of Director Bertram S. Brown, M.D. (1970-1978): the early years and the public health mission". The American Journal of Psychiatry. 155 (9 Suppl): 9-13. PMID 9736858.

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