COL Brinkley teaches General Chemistry I and II. He has served in Army Medical Department (AMEDD) operational assignments, as clinical microbiology lab director for Army & Joint Medical Treatment Facilities, the microbiology division chief for the AMEDD Center & School, and as an infectious disease research director. He is a member of the American Society for Microbiologists (ASM), American Medical Technologists (AMT), and the Society for Armed Forces Military Laboratory Scientists (SAFMLS). COL Brinkley's research interests are in the molecular mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis, microbial surface structure relationships in adherence and invasion, vaccine development and clinical/biodefense diagnostic assay development.
- Ph.D. University of Maryland, Bacterial Pathogenesis 2002
- M.S. Medical College of Virginia, Microbiology & Immunology 1991
- B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University, Biology 1987
- Preventive Medicine Senior Leaders Course
- Defense Strategy Course
- Hospital Management of CBRNE Incidents Course
- Medical Management of Chemical & Biological Agents Course
- Command and General Staff College
- Combined Arms and Services Staff School
- Armor Officer Advanced Course
- AMEDD Officer Basic Course
- Airborne School
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