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Jeremy Greene

Dr. JEREMY GREENE is a professor of the history of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and chair of the Department of History. His area of clinical expertise includes internal medicine. Dr. Greene is the William H. Welch Professor in the History of Medicine, a position most recently held by Randall M. Packard, a world-renown expert in the study of international health and non-Western medicine.

Dr. Greene’s research interests include the history of therapeutics, especially pharmaceuticals. He also practices internal medicine at the East Baltimore Medical Center with admitting privileges to the Johns Hopkins University Hospital.

Dr. Greene earned his MD and PhD from Harvard University and he completed his residency at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. He serves on the Johns Hopkins University Press Faculty Editorial Board. His book Prescribing by Numbers was recognized with a Rachel Carson Prize in 2009.