Research Interests: Public and clinical policy evaluation; Child health; Mental health
Teaching Interest: Policy analysis; Program evaluation; Public health finance; Quantitative methods
Education History: Ph.D., Health Policy and Management, Yale University
SLU faculty since: 2013
Jeremy Craig Green is a graduate of the Ph.D. program in Health Policy and Management at Yale University. He wrote his dissertation essays on public policy and child health care and received the Robert Dorwart Award from the National Institute of Mental Health for excellence in research.
Jeremy's interests include public and clinical policy evaluation, child health, and mental health. His teaching interests also include public health finance and quantitative methods. Jeremy has worked as an independent evaluator for the Hole in the Wall Gang Fund, which provides summer camps for children with special health care needs; as a consultant with the Yale Social Science Statistics Laboratory, and as an analyst with the Research Triangle Institute.
His work has been published in the Journal of Health Economics, AIDS Care, and others, and he is an active participant in the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Jeremy is currently co-teaching a course on Health Care Organization with Steven Howard, and developing intermediate and advanced courses on policy analysis and evaluation.