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					               CURRICULUM VITAE OF KIMBERLY P. BROWN, PH.D.

OFFICE ADDRESS

The Psychiatric Hospital at Vanderbilt University
1601 23rd Avenue South, 3rd Floor
Nashville, TN 37212-3182

Office: (615) 327-7130       Fax: (615) 343-4595

E-mail: Kimberly.p.brown@vanderbilt.edu

EDUCATION

      Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, B.A. in Psychology (with Honors) and
       German, Summa Cum Laude, 1992-1995
      University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a
       Concentration in Law, 1995-2000

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

      Internship in Clinical/Forensic Psychology at Napa State Hospital, Napa, California,
       1999-2000
      Postdoctoral Fellowship in Forensic Psychology at University of Washington/Western
       State Hospital, 2000-2001

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: FORENSIC

      Clinical Psychology Trainee - Taylor Hardin Secure Medical Facility, Tuscaloosa, AL,
       1997-1998
      Rater for Competency to Stand Trial Research - University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL,
       1999-2000
      Alcohol and Drug Group Psychotherapist - Vanderbilt University / Woodland Hills
       Youth Development Center, Nashville, TN, 2002
      Director - Vanderbilt University Forensic Evaluation Team, Nashville, TN, 2002-
       present

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

      Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Vanderbilt University School of
       Medicine, 2002-present
      Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University School of
       Arts and Sciences, 2003-present



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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

     Chair – TN Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Risk
      Assessment Committee, Nashville, TN – 2002-2003
     American Psychology-Law Society Biennial Conference Program Submissions
      Reviewer-2003 & 2004
     Co-Chair TN Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Forensic
      Case Conference 2006-2007

LICENSE

     Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Tennessee - # 2450

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

     American Psychological Association, 1995-present
     American Psychology Law Society (APA Division 41), 1995-present

AWARDS AND HONORS

     University of Alabama Graduate Council Fellowship, 1995-96
     University of Alabama Graduate Research and Travel Award, 1998
     American Psychology Law Society (Division 41) Grant-in-Aid, 1998
     University of Alabama Clinical Service Award, 1999
     American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41) 3rd Place Dissertation Award (2001)
     Vanderbilt University Resident Psychiatry Outstanding Educational Support Award,
      2002-2003
     Vanderbilt University Division of Community Psychiatry Distinguished Service Award,
      2005
     NAMI Ambassador of Hope Award for Outstanding Advocate in Criminal Justice (2007)

RESEARCH

     Masters Thesis: “The Impact of Mental Disorder, Locus of Crime Causation, and
      Individual Differences on Sentencing Decisions and Attitudes Toward Murder,”
      University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1995-1997
     Research Team Member, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1998-2000
     Dissertation: “Racial Bias in Criminal Sentencing and Verdict: The Role of Different
      Evaluation Standards,” University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1997-2000
     Research Project on the Generalizability of Psychopathy in Women and Minorities,
      Western State Hospital, Tacoma, WA, 2000-2001

TEACHING EXPERIENCE



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     Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
      Principles of Psychotherapy Lab (co-led graduate course), 1998
     Department of Psychology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL - Introduction to
      Psychology (undergraduate course), 1998-1999
     Department of Psychiatry, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN - Lectures to Psychiatry
      Residents in the Forensic Psychiatry and the Psychological Assessment Seminar Series,
      2002- present

PRESENTATIONS AT STATE AND NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

     American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41) Poster Presentation (Co-author),
      Redondo Beach, CA, March 1998
     American Psychological Association (APA) Poster Presentation (Co-author), San
      Francisco, CA, August 1998
     American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41) Poster Presentation (Dissertation
      Award Winner), Austin, TX, March 2002
     “Court-Ordered Forensic Evaluations Presentation (co-presenter),” Tennessee
      Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Nashville, TN, December 2002
     “Risk Assessment Training for Regional Mental Health Institutes (co-presenter),”
      Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Nashville, TN, June 2003
     “Risk Assessment in an Forensic Inpatient Setting: Results from Tennessee,” NASMHPD
      Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 2003
     “Is this Person Faking?: Malingering Assessment (co-presenter),” Tennessee
      Psychological Association, Nashville, TN, November 2003
     “Mental Illness and Self-Harm (co-presenter),” Tennessee Bureau of Investigation,
      Nashville, TN, March 2004
     “Malingering,” Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation,
      Nashville, TN, November 2006

LECTURES/OTHER PRESENTATIONS

     Forensic Psychiatry Lectures for Fourth Year Psychiatric Residents, Vanderbilt
      University, Nashville, Tennessee, “Introduction to the Criminal Justice System,”
      “Competency to Stand Trial” and “Insanity Defense,” 2002 – present and “The
      Psychiatrist as Expert Witness,” 2004-present.
     General Psychiatry Lectures for Psychiatric Residents, Vanderbilt University, Nashville,
      Tennessee, “Forensic Assessment,” and “Malingering,” 2002 – 2005.
     Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry, “Risk assessment in
      civil inpatient settings: Who will be violent after release?” 2002
     Psychiatry Residents’ Journal Club, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee,
      “Inpatient Violent Risk Assessment,” 2003
     Presentation to Forensic Interest Group, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee,
      “Juvenile Risk Assessment,” 2003
     Forensic Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry, “Assessing
      Risk in Sexual Offenders: The Static-99 and Static-2002,” 2003

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     Child Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry, “Risk Assessment
      of Juvenile Delinquents: Who will be violent in the future?” 2003
     Presentation to Vanderbilt Law School class, Nashville, Tennessee, “Eyewitness
      Identification,” 2004
     Case Conference for Psychiatry Residents, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
      “Competency to Consent to Medical Decisions.” 2004
     Clinical Transaction Project for Second Medical Students, Vanderbilt University,
      Nashville, Tennessee, “Personality Disorders,” 2004 – 2005
     Child Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry, “Juvenile
      Competencies in the Juvenile Justice System,” 2005
     Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University Department of Psychiatry, “Anecdote or Evidence:
      Misconceptions in Mental Health.” 2005
     Introduction to “The Woodsman,” Belcourt Theater, Nashville, TN, 2005
     Presentation to Vanderbilt Law School, Nashville, Tennessee, “Insanity Defense,” 2004,
      2005, 2006
     Presentation to Medical Students during “Intersession,” Vanderbilt University, Nashville,
      Tennessee, “Personality Disorder,” 2006-present

OTHER TRAINING

     Certified Forensic Examiner Training Workshop (20 hours), 1998, Presented by
      psychology staff at Taylor Hardin Secure Medical Facility, sponsored by Alabama
      Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Tuscaloosa, AL
     Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) Training [Assessing Psychopathy: Clinical and
      Forensic Applications of the PCL-R] (19 hours), 2000, Presented by Robert D. Hare,
      Ph.D. and Adelle Forth, Ph.D., San Diego, CA
     Certified Outpatient Forensic Examiner Training Workshop (8 hours), 2002, Presented by
      Forensic Specialists of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental
      Disabilities, Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute, Nashville, Tennessee
     Tennessee Sex Offender Treatment and Supervision Training (18 hours) 2002 & (8
      hours) 2003, Sponsored by the Tennessee Sex Offender Treatment Board, Embassy
      Suites, Brentwood, Tennessee




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