Associate Medical Director
Martha E. Brown, M.D. is an Associate Professor at the UF College of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and the Addiction Medicine Group and Florida Recovery Center (FRC). After graduation from Clemson University, Dr. Brown matriculated to Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) where she was a medical student, intern, resident and Chief Resident, and finally an Addiction Psychiatry Fellow. After graduation, she moved to New Orleans where she was an Assistant Professor at the Louisiana State University Medical School (LSU) and became Louisiana State Physician Health Program Director. After leading this program for impaired health professionals, developing prevention and treatment for patients from physicians to professional athletes, she was recruited to the University of South Florida (USF) Medical School where she became an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Division of Addiction Psychiatry. In 2006, she became Associate Dean for Faculty Development in the USF College of Medicine. Dr. Brown is a double boarded psychiatrist and a national expert on controlled substance “Misprescribing” and areas of professionalism. Dr. Brown has a long history of being asked to be an expert by State and Federal governmental agencies, and has a number of scholarly and research interests in addiction psychiatry.