Tom H. Greene, Ph.D.

Chief, Division of Biostatistics

Languages

  • English

Academic Information

  • Departments: Family and Preventive Medicine - Adjunct Professor, Internal Medicine - Professor, Population Health Sciences - Professor
  • Divisions: Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Public Health

Academic Office Information

  • (801) 213-3741
  • Williams Building
    Division of Epidemiology
    295 Chipeta Way
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Education History

Type School Degree
Doctoral Training Cornell University
Statistics/ Mathematics and Operation Research Minor
Ph.D.
Graduate Training Cornell University
Statistics
M.S.
Undergraduate University of Kentucky
Mathematics and Psychology
B.S.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Efficient parameter estimation for models of healthcare-associated pathogen transmission in discrete and continuous time.Thomas A, Redd A, Khader K, Leecaster M, Greene T, Samore M (2015). Efficient parameter estimation for models of healthcare-associated pathogen transmission in discrete and continuous time. Math Med Biol, 32(1), 79-98.
  2. Improved hidden Markov model for nosocomial infections.Khader K, Leecaster M, Greene T, Samore M, Thomas A (2014). Improved hidden Markov model for nosocomial infections. Math Med Biol, 31(4), 338-52.
  3. Relationships between the importation, transmission, and nosocomial infections of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: an observational study of 112 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.Jones M, Ying J, Huttner B, Evans M, Maw M, Nielson C, Rubin MA, Greene T, Samore MH (2014). Relationships between the importation, transmission, and nosocomial infections of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: an observational study of 112 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers. Clin Infect Dis, 58(1), 32-9.
  4. Jones M, Ying J, Huttner B, Evans M, Maw M, Nielson C, Rubin MA, Greene T, Samore MH (2013). Relationships Between the Importation, Transmission, and Nosocomial Infections of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus: An Observational Study of 112 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers. Clin Infect Dis.
  5. Agreement in classifying bloodstream infections among multiple reviewers conducting surveillance.Mayer J, Greene T, Howell J, Ying J, Rubin MA, Trick WE, Samore MH (2012). Agreement in classifying bloodstream infections among multiple reviewers conducting surveillance. Clin Infect Dis, 55(3), 364-70.
  6. Modeling the variations in pediatric respiratory syncytial virus seasonal epidemics.Leecaster M, Gesteland P, Greene T, Walton N, Gundlapalli A, Rolfs R, Byington C, Samore M (2011). Modeling the variations in pediatric respiratory syncytial virus seasonal epidemics. BMC Infect Dis, 11, 105.
  7. An agent-based model for evaluating surveillance methods for catheter-related bloodstream infection.Rubin MA, Mayer J, Greene T, Sauer BC, Hota B, Trick W, Jernigan JA, Samore MH (2008). An agent-based model for evaluating surveillance methods for catheter-related bloodstream infection. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 631-5.
  8. A simulation-based evaluation of methods to estimate the impact of an adverse event on hospital length of stay.Samore MH, Shen S, Greene T, Stoddard G, Sauer B, Shinogle J, Nebeker J, Harbarth S (2007). A simulation-based evaluation of methods to estimate the impact of an adverse event on hospital length of stay. Med Care, 45(10 Supl 2), S108-15.
  9. Quality of life in the African American Study of Kidney Disease and Hypertension: effects of blood pressure management.Lash JP, Wang X, Greene T, Gadegbeku CA, Hall Y, Jones K, Kusek JW, Sika M, Unruh M (2006). Quality of life in the African American Study of Kidney Disease and Hypertension: effects of blood pressure management. Am J Kidney Dis, 47(6), 956-64.
  10. Effects of blood pressure control on progressive renal disease in blacks and whites. Modification of Diet in Renal Disease Study Group.Hebert LA, Kusek JW, Greene T, Agodoa LY, Jones CA, Levey AS, Breyer JA, Faubert P, Rolin HA, Wang SR (1997). Effects of blood pressure control on progressive renal disease in blacks and whites. Modification of Diet in Renal Disease Study Group. Hypertension, 30(3 Pt 1), 428-35.

Abstract

  1. Mayer J, Howell J, Weir CR, Rubin MA, Greene T, Samore MH (2011). Use of electronic reporting and annotations by Infection Preventionists to describe differences in the application of surveillance criteria [Abstract]. Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
  2. Jones, M, Ying, J, Greene, T, Leecaster, M, Huttner, B, Mayer, J, Rubin, M, Samore, M (2011). Analysis of MRSA Transmission Dynamics in the Veterans Affairs System [Abstract]. Annual Scientific Meeting of The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
  3. Jones, M, Rubin, M, Greene, T, Leecaster, M, Spuhl, J, Nielson, C, Evans, M, Jain, R, Samore, M (2011). Comparing the Performance of Clinical History of MRSA vs. Active Surveillance at Individual and Hospital Ward Levels [Abstract]. Infectious Disease Society of America Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  4. Mayer J, Howell J, Greene T, Rubin M, Ray W, Nordberg B, Hayden C, Nechodom P, Samore M (2010). Assessing inter-rater reliability of surveillance decisions by infection preventionists [Abstract]. Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
  5. Lash JP, Gadegbeku C, Greene T, Hall Y, Jones K, Kusek JW, Sika M, Wang X for the AASK Study Group (2003). Longitudinal effects of blood pressure level and antihypertensive regimen on quality of life in the AASK Study [Abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 14, 678A.
  6. Kusek JW, Agodoa L, Greene T, Jones C (1993). Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) Study Group.Comparison of decline of GFR in Blacks versus Non-Blacks in the MDRD Study [Abstract]. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 4, 253.