Dr. Greene has an extensive history in biomedical research. He was admitted to the very competitive Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) at the University of Washington where he simultaneously earned an MD and a PhD. The PhD was in Physiology and Biophysics with an emphasis in Neurophysiology.
At Washington, Dr. Greene was one of the first scientists in the world to describe the effects of activating a new class of brain receptors (Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors). His work was published in the prestigious Journal of Neurophysiology and the European Journal of Pharmacology.
At the University of Michigan, he switched his research interest to Molecular Biology and Genetics and was able to discover a new Gene Loci for hereditary hearing impairment in humans. That work was published in the prestigious American Journal of Human Genetics. For his work in Genetics, Dr. Greene received the Paparella Award for Outstanding Research.
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In Jacksonville, Florida, Dr. Greene has been the Director for Health Policy Studies at the University of North Florida and has served as the Board of Directors for the Northeast Florida Research Institute. Throughout his career, Dr. Greene has been considered a thought leader and continues to give lectures on a variety of topics in ENT.