Warren Brown, Ph.D.
Director of the Travis Research Institute and
Professor of Psychology, Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller
M.A., Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, University
of Southern California
B.A., Psychology, Point Loma Nazarene University
Brown is a distinguished neuroscientist whose scientific work
has focused on dysfunction of the corpus callosum. He has authored
over 75 scholarly articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals
and 15 chapters in scholarly books. He has been the recipient
of several awards, including the C. Davis Weyerhaeuser Teaching
Excellence Award (1992), and of many research grants. Dr. Brown
is also a member of professional societies such as the American
Psychological Association and the New York Academy of Sciences.
In addition to his science research and teaching work, Dr.
Brown has written and lectured extensively on the integration
of neuroscience and Christian faith. He was the principal editor
and contributor to Whatever
Happened to the Soul? Scientific and Theological Portraits
of Human Nature (1998)
an editor and contributor to Understanding
Wisdom: Sources, Science, and Society (2000);
and coauthor of Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?: Philosophical
and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and
Free Will (in press). In recognition of his groundbreaking
work on the integration of science and religion, Dr. Brown
was elected to the International Society for Science and Religion,
and has been the recipient of two Templeton Foundation Grants.