University of Florida, Ph.D. in Anthropology, 2003
University of Georgia, M.S. in Plant Biology, 1996
University of Georgia, B.S. in Plant Biology, 1995
- 2017–Present. Director of Research, Person to Person Field Interview Study, Precision Health Initiative, Indiana University, Bloomington IN.
- 2017–Present. Affiliated Adjunct Senior Behavioral Scientist RAND Corporation.
- 2017–2019. Senior Research Scientist, Indiana University Network Science Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington IN.
- 2013–2017. Founding Director. RAND Methods Center for Applied Network Analysis and Systems Science. RAND Corporate Headquarters, Santa Monica CA.
- 2011–2017. Professor and Core Faculty Member. Pardee RAND Graduate School for Public Policy. RAND Corporate Headquarters, Santa Monica CA.
- 2007–2017. Senior Behavioral Scientist, Health Unit, Behavioral and Social Sciences Division, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, RAND Corporate Headquarters, Santa Monica CA.
- NRT Postdoctoral Training Fellow, University of Illinois, 2003–2005. Department of Psychology, Quantitative Division.
Applied network science in the context of health promotion and disease prevention, personal networks and health, HIV prevention and HIV care adherence, social influence processes, addictions, international health, research methods and research design
Green Jr, H. D., Wasserman, S., de la Haye, K., EmBree, J., Hoover, M., PunKay, M. (2019). Systematic Investigation of the Effects of Missing Data on Statistical Models for Networks. RAND Methods Centers Working Paper WR-1314-PRGS. DOI: https://doi.org/10.7249/WR1314
Bogart, L. M., Mosepele, M., Phaladze, N., Lekoko, B., Klein, D. J., Maccarthy, S., & Green Jr, H. D. (2018). A Social Network Analysis of Hiv Treatment Partners and Patient Viral Suppression in Botswana. Jaids Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 78(2), 183-192. PMID: 29465627 PMCID: PMC5953800 DOI: 10.1097/QAI.0000000000001661
Hermanstyne, K. A., Green Jr, H. D., Cook, R., Tieu, H. V., Dyer, T. V., Hucks-Ortiz, C., & Shoptaw, S. (2018). Social Network Support and Decreased Risk of Seroconversion in Black MSM: Results of the BROTHERS (HPTN 061) Study. Jaids Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 78(2), 163-168. PMID: 29424789 PMCID: PMC5953785 DOI: 10.1097/QAI.0000000000001645
Hermanstyne, K. A., Green, H. D., Tieu, H. V., Hucks-Ortiz, C., Wilton, L., & Shoptaw, S. (2018). The Association Between Condomless Anal Sex and Social Support Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) in Six US Cities: A Study Using Data from the HIV Prevention Trials Network BROTHERS Study (HPTN 061). AIDS and Behavior, 1-9
de la Haye, K., Embree, J., Punkay, M., Espelage, D. L., Tucker, J. S., & Green Jr, H. D. (2017). Analytic strategies for longitudinal networks with missing data. Social networks, 50, 17-25. PMID: 28983146 PMCID: PMC5624335 [Available on 2018-07-01] DOI: 10.1016/j.socnet.2017.02.001
Green, H.D. Jr., Hoover, M.A., Wagner, G.J., Ryan, G.W., and Ssegujja, E. (2014). Measuring agreement between egos and alters: understanding informant accuracy in personal network studies. Field Methods, 26(2):126-140., first published on July 25, 2013
Green, H. D., Jr., Atuyambe, L., Ssali, S., Ryan, G., & Wagner, G. (2011). Social networks of PLHA in Uganda: Implications for mobilizing PLHA as Agents for Prevention. AIDS and Behavior, 15(5):992-1002. PMCID: PMC3596865