IPHG # 014
U.S.A. Area 2 Coordinator
| Brian R.
Malone, B.S., M.S., R.Ph.
The W2BRM Amateur Radio Station is located in Suffolk County, on the
North Shore of Long Island, New York, in the Town of Huntington, in
the hamlet of Halesite, formerly Huntington Harbor, named after
Nathan Hale, whom was considered an American hero of the American
Revolutionary War, and also a place where Albert Einstein once lived.
It is located about 30 miles (50 kilometers) east of New York City.
I have been an amateur radio operator since 1970 when I was 13,
almost 50 years ago, starting with the FCC Novice License Call-Sign,
I have many amateur radio operators in the family including my dad
and father-in-law (both SK). I have 5 children-3 girls and 2 boys,
hoping at least one will get their FCC license someday.
I practice as a hospital pharmacist and I am the administrative
director and medication safety officer at a large teaching hospital
on Long Island and as a part-time professor at Saint John's
University, College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences & Faculty
at the NYU Long Island School of Medicine.
I am a member of the ARRL, QCWA, GSBARC, LARC, Long Island CW Club,
and the International Pharmacists Ham Group & IPHG W2 coordinator.
Director of Pharmaceutical Services at Winthrop-University
Hospital, Mineola, NY 11501; Adjunct Professor at St. John's
University - College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions,
Jamaica, NY 11439
and interests: radio,
computering, boating, fishing, photography, home carpentry-wood
working renovation projects.
25 Duncan Lane, Halesite, NY, 11743 U.S.A.
March 14th, 2002