Diane Brown

Morris Animal Foundation

From Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital to Morris Animal Foundation, Diane Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP, returns to Colorado as the Foundation’s new chief scientific officer, starting this Spring. Since 2010, Dr. Brown has been working and teaching in the Department of Pathology and Center for Comparative Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. She brings a passion, knowledge and specific tie to Morris Animal Foundation that not many share. Immediately after graduating from veterinary school at Colorado State University, Dr. Brown served as an associate veterinarian at Raritan Hospital for Animals in Edison, New Jersey, founded in 1929 by Morris Animal Foundation’s founder, the late Dr. Mark Morris Sr.

Dr. Brown’s experience in veterinary medicine expands across species and includes small animal and exotic animal clinical practice, clinical pathology residency, PhD and board-certification in veterinary pathology, large pharmaceutical and small biotechnology research and development, and academic research and teaching.