Eric Green

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Global Health

Green is an Assistant Professor of the Practice of Global Health at DGHI. His primary research interest is how technology can improve health and health systems in low-income settings. He has collaborated with colleagues on studies in Kenya, Zimbabwe, Liberia, Rwanda, Nepal, and Nigeria. His research portfolio spans from formative work on human centered design to impact evaluations of individual and group interventions. Green holds a doctorate in Clinical-Community Psychology from the University of South Carolina. He teaches several courses in the undergraduate and MSc programs, including a course on Global Health Research. His textbook and course materials are available at themethodsection.com.

 

Courses

  • GLHLTH 371

    Research Methods in Global Health

  • GLHLTH 660

    Global Mental Health

  • GLHLTH 702

    Global Health Research: Design and Practice

Publications