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Speaker Bio: Dr. Alan Greene
March 6, 2014

[image-51]Dr. Alan Greene, Chief Medical Officer at Scanadu

Dr. Greene is a founding partner of the Collaborative on Health and the Environment, a Founding President of the Society for Participatory Medicine, and served as both President and Board Chair of Hi-Ethics (Health Internet Ethics). Green is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of California at San Francisco. He served as Chief Resident of the pediatric residency program at Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Northern California.

He is the past President of The Organic Center and on the Board of Directors of Healthy Child Healthy World. Greene is on the Board of Directors for Healthy Child Healthy World, The Lunchbox Project, and The Society for Participatory Medicine. He’s also served as an advisor to URAC for both their inaugural and their updated health web site accreditation program. In addition, he’s a founding member of the e-Patient Scholars Working Group, and a founding board member of the Center for Information Therapy.

He is a regular columnist for Parenting Magazine, and is the Pediatric Expert for The People’s Pharmacy (as heard on NPR) and Healing Quest (seen on PBS stations). He was the original Pediatric Expert for both Yahoo! and iVillage.

Greene is the author of Feeding Baby Green (Wiley, 2009), Raising Baby Green (Wiley, 2007), From First Kicks to First Steps (McGraw-Hill, 2004), The Parent’s Complete Guide to Ear Infections (People’s Medical Society, 1997), and a co-author of The A.D.A.M. Illustrated Family Health Guide (A.D.A.M., Inc., 2004). He is the medical expert for three additional books, The Parent’s Soup A-to-Z Guide to Your New Baby (Contemporary Books, 1998), The Parent’s Soup A-to-Z Guide to Your Toddler (Contemporary Books, 1999), and The Mother of All Baby Books (Hungry Minds, Inc., 2002).

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Dr. Alan Greene of Scanadu
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