BiographyDr. Reginald Greene completed his medical training at New York Medical College and his subsequent Radiology training at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Prior to this time he was Commanding Officer of the First Hospital Company, 1st Marine Division, U.S. Fleet Marine Force Pacific. During his training at the MGH he held an American Cancer Society clinical radiology fellowship, and clinical and research fellowships in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and a fellowship in Pulmonary Medicine. Later Dr. Greene was awarded a three-year fellowship in Cardiopulmonary Physiology as an Advanced Fellow in Academic Radiology administered through the National Research Council and National Academy of Sciences. Following this fellowship, he was recruited to initiate the division of Thoracic Radiology at the MGH. After eleven years, he was appointed Associate Radiologist-in-Chief. Dr. Greene's main clinical and research interests have been devoted to imaging and intervention of the respiratory system. He has held thirteen funded research grants as principal investigator, including two four-year grants for studies of Pulmonary Vascular Obstruction in Adult Respiratory Failure in a Specialized Center of Research at the MGH. Dr. Greene has been honored by national and international visiting and named lectureships. Dr. Greene is past-president of the Fleischner Society, and served on the U.S. Mine Health and Research Advisory Committee. In 1985 he was appointed Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He is the author of more than 200 scientific publications and six books.
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