Brown turns charity efforts toward home


Last updated 12/2/2020 at 12:35pm

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Havre native Dr. R. Scott Brown performs with his band, Ojos Feos. Brown is starting a scholarship fund for Native American students to use while pursuing a Ph.D. in psychology at University of Montana. The scholarship is named in memory of his friend David Kucera.

Havre native Dr. R. Scott Brown has decided to retire from medicine to further pursue charity work and his own music career, both of which increasingly seek to address racial inequality in the United States, and is starting an effort with a tribute to one of his Havre friends.

Brown is an anesthesiologist with a sub-speciality in interventional-pain medicine and also has a master's degree in international public health, which he has made use of during his numerous medical trips to at least 16 countries.

But, he said, his career in medicine is not something he can continue to balance with...

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