Trained as a molecular biologist, and with over 25 years bioinformatics experience, Dr. Greene is currently Executive Advisor, Bioinformatics for Booz Allen Hamilton, where he focuses on building the life sciences and biomedical informatics businesses, primarily at NIH, FDA, and CDC.
Dr. Greene was previously Senior Director of Bioinformatics for General Dynamics IT (formerly CSRA/SRA International) for 19 years. He last managed the NCI CBIIT TARGET Data Coordinating Center for pediatric cancer, and support for the NIH Center for Information Technology’s Office of Intramural Research (OIR). He also led an NHLBI consulting project on moving TOPMed to a cloud data commons. He was the Principal Investigator for the TCGA Data Coordinating Center and for the NIAID Enteropathogen Resource Integration Center while at SRA. Previously, he was a Senior Staff Scientist at Gene Logic, and was the first Bioinformatics Scientist at Human Genome Sciences. He is a Certified ScrumMaster and a Scaled Agile Framework Certified Product Manager/Product Owner. In 2017, the BRICS project at NIH’s Center for Information Technology which his staff supported won the Judges’ Choice award of the Bio-IT World Best Practices Awards. An author of 25 peer-reviewed papers, he has also authored three book chapters and has been interviewed on bioinformatics by Science, BioInform, Genomics and Proteomics, Bio-IT World, and Chemical and Engineering News.
He holds an S.B. in Life Sciences from MIT, a Ph.D. in Genetics from Harvard University, and a Professional Certificate in Information Systems from the George Washington University. For over 20 years, he has also been Adjunct Faculty in the M.S. in Bioinformatics program of The Johns Hopkins University’s Advanced Academic Programs.