Larry Green, DrPH, MPH
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Epidemiology & Biostatistics|
|Address||185 Berry Street|
San Francisco CA 94143
|American Academy of Health Behavior||2013||Lifetime Achievement Award|
|School of Public Health, Rutgers Univ.||2012||Distinguished Senator Frank Lautenberg Annual Lecturer Award|
|Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Science||2009||Elected Member|
|University of Waterloo, Canada||2006||Honorary Doctor of Science Degree|
|American Public Health Association||2004||Mayhew Derryberry Award for Behavioral and Social Science Contributions|
|American Academy of Health Behavior||1999
||2000||First Scholar Laureate Award|
|James & Sarah Fries Foundation||1998||Elizabeth Fries Health Education Award|
Before joining the University of California, San Francisco in 2005, Professor Green was Director of the Office of Science and Extramural Research for CDC. He has been on the full-time public health and medical faculties at Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, Texas, and the University of British Columbia. He was the first Director of the federal Office of Health Promotion under the Carter Administration, and a Vice President of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. He has published broadly on program planning, evidence and evaluation issues in health services, public health, and policy. His awards include the highest distinctions of the American Public Health Association, the American Academy of Health Behavior, the Society for Public Health Education, the UC Berkeley School of Public Health Alumnus of the Year, and an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of Waterloo, and election to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
Implementation Science, Children/youth, Older adults, People with limited English proficiency, Socioeconomically marginalized groups, Clinic, Community-based organization, Decision aids, Education, Support groups, Policy advocacy, Participatory research, Asthma, Hypertension, Colorectal cancer screening, Breast cancer, Smoking-related diseases, Mentoring junior faculty or trainees, Interdisciplinary research collaboration, Brief implementation science training courses, Works-in-progress seminars
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