150x150Associate Professor
Director of the Office of Global Health and International Emergency Medicine
Assistant Physician Director of Quality and Patient Safety

Research and Clinical Interests
Emerging serious infectious diseases, Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine


Dr. Greene completed medical school at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, residency in emergency medicine and fellowship in international medicine and global health at University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Greene also completed an MPH at the UAB School of Public Health, and is certified in tropical and neglected infectious disease through the Gorgas Institute, wound care, and hyperbaric medicine.

Since joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor in 2016, Dr. Greene has provided physician leadership in the Serious Infectious Disease Team, helping to coordinate hospital preparedness and personnel training for patients with highly infectious or highly pathogenic infectious disease. He is currently the Director of the Office of Global Health and International Emergency Medicine. He also works in the Russel Wound Care Clinic and Hyperbaric Medicine Clinic. He is also part of an interdisciplinary Pulmonary Embolism Response Team.


American Board of Emergency Medicine
Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

Selected Publications

06/2017 -  “Traveler’s Diarrhea.” Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine. Vol 31:6. June 2017
05/2017 - Abstract at SAEM Academic Assembly, Orlando Florida: Kenyan Resident and Intern Training in Critical Care: Assessment of Learning   
05/2017 - Book Chapter: Emergency Management of Atrial Fibrillation.  Title: Avoidable Errors in Emergency Medicine. Author
08/2016 - “Nuts and Bolts of Global Emergency Medicine.” Contributing author to chapter entitled: Vaccines and Medications for Travelers. Co-Author.
04/2015 - Emergency Department Evaluation and Management of Upper GI Bleeding. EB Medicine. April 2015. Co-Author.          



Medical School

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Masters of Public Health (MPH)