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Kerry Green

Behavioral and Community Health
School of Public Health

As a prevention scientist, Dr. Kerry Green’s work concentrates on improving the health and well-being of disadvantaged populations. Her research focuses on identifying the causes of adverse outcomes over the life course among urban African Americans, including structural factors. Much of this work has been with the Woodlawn Study, a community cohort study that began in 1965 and includes data spanning 55 years of the cohort’s lives with funding over time from NIDA, NIA and NICHD. Dr. Green is committed to mentoring underrepresented minorities and leads the Society for Prevention Research's early career mentoring program. 

Telephone: 301-405-2524