Uyioghosa Evelyn Brown, MD
- Education and Training
BS, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
MS, California State University Los Angeles
MD, UCLA/Charles R. Drew University
Residency, UCLA/Santa Monica Family Medicine
Co-Chief Residency, UCLA/Santa Monica Family Medicine
Dr. Uyioghosa Evelyn Brown is a practicing family medicine physician with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG) based in Gardena, California. Her teaching career began before her own medical education was under way and has included roles supporting the UCLA Family Medicine Residency and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 2011-presentFamily Practice PhysicianKaiser Permanente Los Angeles2012-2016Unit Based TeamKaiser Permanente Gardena Medical Office2012-presentMentorship ProgramHippocrates Circle Program (HCP)2015-presentPhysician Champion of Diversity Inclusion CouncilKaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center2016-2018Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Physician ChampionKaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center
- Honors and Awards (selected)
- 2013Diabetes RecognitionNational Committee for Quality Assurance,2012-2013Physician Leadership Development ProgramKaiser Permanente2015Everyday Heroes AwardKaiser Permanente2017SCPMG Family Medicine Physician of the YearKaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center
- Publications (selected)
Peer-reviewed research manuscripts
Crowe DL, Osaseri UE, Shuler CF. Reversal of transformed phenotype by a dominant negative retinoic acid receptor mutant. Molecular Biology of the Cell 1996;7:18A.
Crowe DL, Osaseri UE, Shuler CF. Mutant retinoic acid receptor reverses transformed phenotype of oral carcinomas. J Dent Res 1997;76:248-248.
Crowe DL, Osaseri UE, Shuler CF. Tumor suppressor function of a dominant negative retinoic acid receptor mutant. Mol Carcinog 1998;22:26-33.