Carmen R. Green, M.D.
- Professor, Anesthesiology
- Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Professor, Health Management and Policy
- University of Michigan Back and Pain Center
- Burlington Building
- 325 E. Eisenhower Parkway
- Michigan Medicine
- Ann Arbor, MI 48108
- B.S., Biology, University of Michigan-Flint, 1983
- M.D., College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University, 1987
- Internship, Internal Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
-Saginaw Campus, 1989
- Residency, Internal Medicine/Anesthesiology, University of Michigan Medical Center,
- Fellowship, Pain Management, University of Michigan Medical Center, 1993
- Fellowship, Health Services Research, Association of American Medical Colleges Health
Services Research Institute, 2001
- Fellowship, Butler-Williams Aging Fellow, National Institutes of Health/National Institute
on Aging Summer Institute on Aging Research, 2002
- Fellowship, Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM),
- Fellowship, Mayday Pain and Society Fellowship, 2005
- Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship, National Academy of Medicine
of the National Academies, 2007
Research Interests & Projects
- Health care access and utilization of pain care, and provider variability in pain
management decision-making based upon social determinants
- Safety, quality, and outcomes in acute, chronic, and cancer pain management. Pain
- Health and pain care policy: 1) Older adult health, minority health, and women’s health,
2) Health care reform, access, and coverage, and 3) Health care disparities, quality
and equity, and 4) Hospital security standby requests
- Diversity in learning environments, educational equity, health equity, and inclusion
- Medical humanities and narrative medicine
- Montague L., Green, C.R. (2009). Cancer and breakthrough pain's impact on a diverse
population. Pain Medicine 549-561.
- Green, C.R. (2008). The healthcare bubble through the lens of pain research, practice,
and policy: Advice for the new president and congress. The Journal of Pain 1071-1073.
- Green, C.R., Ndao-Brumblay, S.K., West, B., Washington, T. (2005). Differences in
prescription opioid analgesic availability: Comparing minority and white pharmacies
across Michigan The Journal of Pain 689-699.
- Green, C.R., Ndao-Bumblay, S.K., Nagrant, A.M., Baker, T.A., Rothman, E. (2004). Race,
age, and gender influences among clusters of African American and white patients with
chronic pain. The Journal of Pain 171-182.
- Green, C.R., Anderson, K.O., Baker, T.A., Campbell, L.C., Decker, S., Fillingim, R.B.,
Kaloukalani, D.A., Lasch, K.E., Myers, D.C., Tait, R.C., Todd, K.H., Vallerand, A.H.
(2003). The unequal burden of pain: Confronting racial and ethnic disparities in pain
Pain Medicine 277-294.
- Green CR, Hart-Johnson T: Cancer Pain: An Age-based Analysis. Pain Medicine 2010;
- Green CR, Hart-Johnson T, Loeffler DR: Chronic pain in cancer survivors: Examining
disparities and quality of life. Cancer 2011; 117:1194-2003.
- Green CR: Being Present: The Role of Narrative Medicine in Reducing the Unequal Burden
of Pain. PAIN 2011 Feb 8.
- Hart-Johnson T, Green CR: The impact of sexual or physical abuse history on pain-related
outcomes among blacks and whites with chronic pain: Gender influences. Pain Medicine.
2012; 13(2): 229-242.
- Green CR, Hart-Johnson: The association between race and neighborhood socioeconomic
status in younger black and white adults with chronic pain. Journal of Pain. 2012;
- Green CR, Cowan P, Elk R, O’Neill K, Rassmussen A. NIH Pathways to Prevention Workshop:
Advancing the research on Myalgic Encephalitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Annals of
Internal Medicine. 2015;162(12):860-865.
- Green CR, McCullough WR, Hawley JC. Visiting Black Patients: Racial disparities in
security standby requests at an academic medical center. Journal of the National Medical
Association. Feb 2018:110, 37-43.
- American Medical Association
- National Medical Association
- Lifetime Member, Alpha Omega Alpha, National Honorary Medical Society
- Association of University Anesthesiologists (AUA)
- American Society of Anesthesiologists
- Gerontological Society of America
- New York Academy of Medicine
- Alpha Omega Alpha (AΩA), National Honorary Medical Society, Lifetime member
- International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
- Society for Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (SELAM)
- American Public Health Association (APHA)
- Academy Health
- Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Alumni Association, Lifetime member
- American College of Healthcare Executives