Marion Greene holds a master's of public health degree with concentrations in epidemiology and behavioral health science from the Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Public Health. She received her bachelor's degree from Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, majoring in psychology with a concentration in clinical rehabilitation.
As a Public Health Research Analyst, Ms. Greene manages projects, collects and analyzes data, writes reports, and oversees graduate research assistants. Currently, her primary role is to serve as the Lead Epidemiologist for Indiana's State Epidemiology Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW), a collaboration of members from various state agencies with a common goal to monitor substance abuse patterns and emerging trends for the state. In that capacity, Ms. Greene collects and analyzes epidemiological data.
Ms. Greene is also a PhD candidate (Epidemiology, minoring in Biostatistics). Her research interests center around substance abuse and addiction.