Director, BCH Undergraduate Honors Program
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.
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Areas of InterestCore Faculty
Health Equity; Urban Communities; Mental Health; Prevention Science; Aging
PhD, Public Health, 2004
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
HLTH 410 Honors Seminar
HLTH 711 Advanced Research Methods in Health
UMD SPH Research and Development Award (2020); Honoree, Maryland Research Excellence Celebration, 2020
Winston Family Honors Faculty Award, 2019
BCH 3.5 Club for Teaching Excellence, 2017
Leda Amick Wilson Mentoring Award, Maryland School of Public Health, 2011
Team Science Award, School of Public Health Research Interaction Day, 2011
George F. Kramer Practitioner of the Year Award, University of Maryland School of Public Health, 2019
NIH Loan Repayment Program, 2007-2012
Reboussin. B.A., Rabinowitz, J.,A Truhl, J., Maher, B., Green, K.M., & Ialongo, N.S., (2020). Trajectories of cannabis use and risk for opioid misuse in a young adult urban cohort. Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
Alvanzo, A.A.H., Storr, C.L., Reboussin, B., Mojtabai, R., Green, K.M., Pacek, L.R., La Flair, L.N., Cullen, B.A., Susukida, R., Seamans, M., & Crum, R.M. (2020). Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and transitions in alcohol involvement among US adults: Progression and remission. Child Abuse and Neglect.
Green, K.M., Doherty, E.E., & Ensminger, M.E. (2020). What’s drugs got to do with it? Examining the relationship between drug onset and duration with criminal outcomes in an African American cohort. Addictive Behaviors.
Huang, D.,* Huang, Y., Khanna, S., Dwivedi, P., Slopen, N., Green, K.M., He, X., Puett, R., & Nguyen, Q. (2020). Twitter-derived social neighborhood characteristics and individual-level cardiometabolic outcomes: Cross-sectional study in a nationally representative sample. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance, 6 (3).
Rabinowitz, J., Powell, T., Sadler, R., Reboussin, B., Green, K.M., Milam, A., Smart, M., Furr-Holden, D., Latimore, A. & Tandon, D. (2020). Neighborhood profiles and associations with coping behaviors among low-income youth. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 49, 494-505.
Allen, H.K,* Lilly, F., Green, K.M., Zanjani, F., Vincent, K.B., & Arria, A.M. (2020). Substance use and mental health problems among graduate students: Individual and program-level correlates. Journal of American College Health.
Assini-Meytin, L.,* Garza, M., & Green, K.M. (2019). Teen mothers' family support and adult identity in the emerging adulthood: Implications for socioeconomic attainment later in life. Emerging Adulthood.
Riehm, K.E.,* Feder, K.A.,* Tormohlen, K.N.,* Crum, R.M., Young, A.S., Green, K.M., Pacek, L.R., La Flair, L.M., & Mojtabai, R. (2019). Associations between time spent using social media and internalizing and externalizing problems among U.S. youth. JAMA Psychiatry, 76(12):1266-1273.
Green, K.M., Reboussin, B.A., Pacek, L.R., Storr, C.L., Mojtabai, R., Cullen, B.A., & Crum, R.M. (2019). The effects of marijuana use on transitions through stages of alcohol involvement for men and women in the NESARC I and II. Substance Use and Misuse, 54 (13), 2167-2176.
Seaman, E.L.,* Howard, D.E., Green, K.M., Wang, M.Q., & Fryer, C.S. (2019). A sequential explanatory mixed methods study of young adult tobacco and marijuana co-use. Substance Use and Misuse, 54 (13), 2177-2190.