Jeremiah R. Brown, PhD, MS

Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Clinical Practice at The Dartmouth Institute

Jeremiah R. Brown, PhD, MS



(603) 653-3576


  • PhD, Dartmouth Medical School, Evaluative Clinical Sciences, 2006
  • MS, Dartmouth Medical School, Evaluative Clinical Sciences, 2003
  • BS, St. Lawrence University, 1999

Primary Contact

Suzanne Burge
(603) 653-0824

Curriculum Vitae

Jeremiah Brown CV


Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Section of Cardiology, Lebanon, NH
Member, Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group (NNECDSG)
Founding Member, Dartmouth Dynamic Registry for Catheterization Procedures
Founding Board Member, Lwala Community Alliance, Medical Sub-committee

Professional Memberships and Medical Societies
Member, American Heart Association
Member, American Society of Nephrology
Member, Academy Health
Member, Academy for Healthcare Improvement
Associate Member, Society of Thoracic Surgeons

Areas of Expertise

Health services research
Cardiovascular epidemiology
Quality improvement
Natural language processing


1999 Faculty Scholar, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY
1998-1999 Beta Beta Beta (Biological Honors Society)
1999 Irving Bacheller Society (English Honorary Society)
1999 Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) (National Leadership Honorary)
2008-2009 Who’s Who In America
2008 Article selected by Faculty Of 1000 Medicine (Circ, June 5, 2007)
2008-2010 Faculty, Cardiovascular Research & Education Foundation (CREF)
2008 Faculty, American Society of Nephrology
2010 Faculty, Cardiovascular Research Foundation for Transcatheter
Cardiovascular Theraputics (TCT)
2012 Faculty, McMaster University Frist Consult updates for Acute Kidney Injury

Professional Achievements:

Research Funding
K01 HS18443-01 Patient Safety and Acute Kidney Injury, PI
VA HSR&D IIR-292-1 National Surveillance of Acute Kidney Injury Following Cardiac Catheterization, Co-I

Published Research

Reducing Contrast-Induced Acute Kidney Injury Using a Regional Multicenter Quality Improvement Intervention
Cir Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes, July 29, 2014;doi: 10.1161/​CIRCOUTCOMES.114.000903: [Epub ahead of print]
Financial Incentives to Improve Quality Skating to the Puck or Avoiding the Penalty Box?
JAMA Network, March 12, 2014;311(10): 1009-1010
Determinants of Acute Kidney Injury Duration After Cardiac Surgery: An Externally Validated Tool
Ann Thorac Surg., 2012;Vol. 93, No.2: pp 570-576 Fibroblast Growth Factor-23 and the Long-Term Risk of Hospital-Associated AKI among Community-Dwelling Older Individuals.
Clin J Am Soc Nephrol., Nov. 21, 2013; [Epub ahead of print]
Meta-analysis of the effect of automated contrast injection devices versus manual injection and contrast volume on risk of contrast-induced nephropathy.
Am J Cardiol., Jan 1, 2014;113(1): 49-53 [Epub 2013 Oct 3.]
Impact of perioperative acute kidney injury as a severity index for thirty-day readmission after cardiac surgery
Ann Thorac Surg, January 2014;97(1): 111-7 [Epub 2013 Oct 8.]
Preoperative white blood cell count and risk of 30-day readmission after cardiac surgery
Int J Inflam, January 2014;doi: 10.1155/2013/781024: Epub 2013 Jul 18.
Effect of preoperative pulmonary hypertension on outcomes in patients with severe aortic stenosis following surgical aortic valve replacement
Am J Cardiol , Nov. 12, 2013;112(10): 1635-40
How do centers begin the process to prevent CI-AKI: A report from a new regional collaborative
BMJ Quality & Safety, September 02, 2011;Vol. 21 no. 1: 54-62
2011 Update to Society of Thoracic Surgeons and the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists Blood Conservation Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Ann Thorac Surg., 2011;VOL. 91: PP. 944-982

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In the Media

Medicare Penalizes Nine N.H. Hospitals For Too Many Readmissions NHPR, October 7, 2014 »

Reducing Kidney Injury Using a Quality Improvement Method HealthCanal, July 29, 2014 »

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Severe Anemia Linked to Higher Death Risk After Heart Surgery U.S. News & World, October 4, 2012 »

Same-Day Angiography, Cardiac Surgery Confirmed as Risk for Kidney Injury Science Daily, January 13, 2013 »