New Faculty

Dr. Ian Green joins the Department of Medicine

Dr. Ian Green originally hails from Tampa, Florida. He received his Bachelor of Science degree, magna cum laude with honors, from The Ohio State University in 2011. He studied microbiology in the former 7-year B.S./M.D. combined degree program and was nominated to Phi Beta Kappa. He developed an enthusiasm for learning and investigation that led him to pursue basic science research. Dr. Green was named an Arnold and Mabel Beckman Scholar for his cancer genetics research examining the role of murine trophoblast giant cell gene expression in cell cycle regulation and endoreduplication. He presented his work at local and national conferences. He went on to enroll in the combined M.D./M.P.H. program at The Ohio State University and obtained his Master of Public Health degree with dual specializations in Clinical Translational Science and Epidemiology, as well as his Medical Degree in 2016. Dr. Green held leadership roles in organizations dedicated to community outreach, health disparities, and mentorship for under-represented youth. Dr. Green remained actively involved in clinical research culminating in first author publications as well as national and local presentations of his work in breast, prostate, and bladder cancer topics. Drawn to medicine by its broad spectrum of pathophysiology, he completed his Internal Medicine residency at Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes-Jewish Hospital in 2019, where he enjoyed engaging in high quality patient care and teaching junior residents and medical students. Dr. Green served on the leadership board for the Washington University Minority Medical Association which aims to address diversity and disparities. His interests include medical education, outreach, and clinical/translational research particularly spanning inflammation, immunology, immunotherapy, and outcomes. He looks forward to serving the BJH patient population in the Division of Hospital Medicine and continuing to educate medical students and residents. In his free time, he enjoys weight-lifting, playing tennis, and traveling.