Randall Brown MD, PhD, FASAM - Associate Professor; Director, Center for Addictive Disorders, UW Hospitals and Clinics; Director UW Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program

Assistant Professor
(608) 263-6558
ACHC / Wingra (Madison)
Alumni Hall

Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice, 1999-2007, 2007-2015
Diplomate, American Board of Addiction Medicine 2009-2014
Research interests:
Substance-related disorders treatment, epidemiology, and health services research
Dr. Brown's primary interests revolve around the treatment and prevention of substance use disorders and their complications, particularly among those involved in the criminal justice system. He enjoys patient care, teaching, and conducting research in this area.
After residency, Dr. Brown served as faculty at the Stanislaus County Family Practice Residency where he was also Medical Director of Stanislaus County's methadone treatment facility. Dr. Brown came to Madison in 2001 to participate in the NIH/NRSA Primary Care Research Fellowship, with focus on addiction health services research. He attained a PhD in UW's Dept of Population Health Sciences in 2009.
He serves as a consulting physician in addiction medicine at UW Hospital (where he is the Director of the Center for Addictive Disorders), William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Meriter Hospital, the UWHC HIV/AIDS Clinic, and at Access Community Health Centers. He is a certified prescriber of buprenorphine as adjunctive treatment for opioid dependence. Dr. Brown is also the Founding Director of the UW Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program, the Director of the UW SMPH fourth year Clinical Addiction Elective, and the Medical Director of the Overdose Prevention Program of the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin.