Jeffrey Brent Net Worth | Weight, Height

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For 16.01.2020 – We have next information about Jeffrey Brent earnings, net worth: $89,542,855 Dollars*

Source of income: Actors.

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Birth date and age: September 28, 1969

The place of birth (POB): Bakersfield, California, USA

Profession:ActorBooks:Critical Care Toxicology

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How tall is Jeffrey Brent – 1,88m.**
How much weight is Jeffrey Brent – 88kg**
**We have a new information about height&weight of Jeffrey Brent. It was submitted by Deb Soccorsi, 35 years old. From Brownstown, Indiana.

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Summary

Jeffrey A. Brent, MD, PhD, FAACT, FACEP is a medical toxicologist, one of only about 250 in the United States, who is affiliated with the school of medicine at the University of Colorado Denver, where he is among the clinical faculty. In addition, he is a professor at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health. He is also the past president of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, and as of 2010 was editor in chief of the journal Toxicological Reviews, as well as a member of the board of directors of the American College of Medical Toxicology. Most of Brent&#39, s research focuses on the use of fomepizole as a treatment for both methanol and ethylene glycol poisoning, and he led a trial of this drug which resulted in the FDA approving it for the treatment of ethylene glycol poisoning in December 1997. Brent is also coauthor of &quot, Critical Care Toxicology: Diagnosis and Management of the Critically Poisoned Patient,&quot, published in 2004. He was one of the state&#39, s experts in the autism omnibus trial, in which he testified in support of the scientific consensus that thimerosal-containing vaccines do not cause autism, and specifically criticized a study by Holmes et al. which the plaintiffs had cited to argue that TCVs were dangerous to a specific subpopulation who were not as good at excreting mercury in hair. He also argued that chelation therapy is of no use as a treatment for autism, and that the symptoms of autism are very different from those of ethylmercury poisoning. He runs a private practice in Denver at Toxicology Associates.

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