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Noel Brownlee

Professor of Biology and Health Science
Distinguished Professor of Medical Ethics (Seminary)

B.A., Wofford College; B.S., Wofford College; M.D., University of South Carolina School of Medicine; Ph.D., Medical University of South Carolina

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Dr. Noel Brownlee serves as Professor of Biology and Health Science at Erskine College. At Erskine Seminary, he is the appointed Director of the David Livingstone Institute and Distinguished Professor of Medical Ethics.

 

Dr. Brownlee is a native of Spartanburg, SC. He earned his B.S. and B.A degrees from Wofford College with Phi Beta Kappa honors. He subsequently completed a Ph.D. in experimental pathology at the Medical University of South Carolina, followed by an M.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He completed his graduate medical education at Duke University and Wake Forest University Schools of Medicine and a fellowship in oncologic pathology from Johns Hopkins University Hospitals.

 

As a practicing pathologist also, he is a member of the College of American Pathologists, the American Society for Clinical Pathology, Christian Medical and Dental Association, Alpha Omega Alpha, Alpha Epsilon Delta, the South Carolina Society of Pathologists, and the International Association of Medical Science Educators.

 

He is married to Dr. Caroline Brownlee and they have two sons, Luke and Benjamin. They currently live in Greenville.
Dr. Noel Brownlee, Professor of Biology and Health Science

Telephone: 864-379-8817
Email: brownlee@erskine.edu
Location: Daniel-Moultrie Science Center: 127

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