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About Kim H. Brown

I received my Ph. D. from Washington State University in 2004 and completed two post-doctoral training positions. In my first post-doc at the University of Idaho, I worked on the effects of environmental estrogens, specifically the major form of female birth control (17α-ethynylestradiol), and their consequences on male rainbow trout reproductive physiology. From there I moved into cytogenetic research in my second fellowship at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. This work focused on Copy Number Variants (CNVs) in the model organism zebrafish. Future work will combine these interests to look at whether environmental contaminants can alter genome structure

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Present Assistant Professor, Portland State University Biology
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