Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Douglas Johnson-Greene, Ph.D., MPH, ABPP

General Information

Douglas  Johnson-Greene, Ph.D., MPH, ABPP

Languages

  • English

Specialties

  • Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Clinical Neuropsychology

Roles

  • Associate Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences
  • Director Rehab & Neuropsychology; Associate Vice-Chair

Clinical Interests

Dr. Johnson-Greene’s clinical interests and expertise focus on providing neuropsychological assessment and intervention services for persons with acquired neurological illness and traumatic brain injury, such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, aneurysm and brain tumors. Some of his specific clinical interests include: adjustment to disability and chronic health conditions, forensic and clinical assessment of brain injury and illness, and presurgical evaluation and clearance.

Research Interests

Dr. Johnson-Greene's research interests include: assessment and interventional issues in people with brain injury and illness; alcohol abuse and hazardous drinking in vulnerable populations; ethics and professional issues relating to training and practice; epidemiology, biostatistics and public health.

Education

2006 MPH
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Public Health
1993 Ph.D.
University of Mississippi
1986 M.A.
Minnesota State University
1984 B.S.
University of North Dakota

Publications

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