Professor of Anatomy
H. Keith Brown, PhD, is a native of rural Georgia who received his BS in Biology at
Augusta College and an MS in Anatomy (Electron Microscopy) from the Medical College
of Georgia before his doctoral work in Clinical Anatomy and Neuroscience at Tulane
University in New Orleans.
His teaching and research career at the University of South Florida College of Medicine
in Tampa, Fla., included directorships of Electron Microscopy, Histology, Clinical
Human Anatomy, and a Clinical Associate Professorship in Radiology. He is the founding
president of the Florida Society for Electron Microscopy.
His varied publications as well as his patents on ColorMRI reflect his research interests
and innovations in neuroscience, neurological-rehabilitation, diagnostic medical imaging,
and tissue segmentation in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The tendency to think out of
the box and to improvise novel solutions to problems were born of farm life, honed
by his work as a technician and continue to serve him well in medical research.
Dr. Brown’s teaching experience has been in Clinical Human Anatomy, Neuroscience,
Histology, Embryology, Physiology, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, and Diagnostic Imaging
during his tenure at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, the Physical
Therapy Program at North Georgia College and State University in Dahlonega and as
a faculty member in Brenau University's Occupational Therapy Program in Gainesville
Georgia. Dr. Brown is currently a Professor of Anatomy.