Sara Green, MSW

Sara Green
Assistant in Research Faculty, Research Development Core Lead
FSU College of Medicine, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine

Sara Green is an Assistant in Research Faculty Member at the Center for Translational Behavioral Science, and the lead of CTBScience Research Development Core, overseeing regulatory aspects of behavioral and clinical trial research and management of large-scale clinical trial studies. Sara has received certification in Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Trial Research from the National Institutes of Health, and is pursuing a Graduate Certificate from Florida State University in Bioethics. Sara brings over a decade of experience in higher education administration to the center, and four years of clinical experience as a clinical social work graduate student and Registered Clinical Social Work Intern. Sara is the protocol co-chair of the Adolescent Trials Network "Ethical Issues in Engaging Lost to Follow Up Youth in HIV Care and Research" study (ATN164), and protocol co-chair of the Adolescent Trials Network "Innovations in Big Data and Implementation Science to End the Youth HIV Epidemic in Florida" (ATN165).  Sara is also a member of the Adolescent Trials Network's Bioethics working group, serves as the project therapist for Project SOLAR, and is the Project Director for the FLEX Navigation project. She is also an active community volunteer and advocate for issues surrounding Type 1 Diabetes

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science, Sociology and Public Administration; Florida State University
  • Master of Social Work, Advanced Clinical Practice; Saint Leo University
  • Registered Clinical Social Work Intern (FL Lic. 14580)
Research Interests

Bioethics, Disability policy analysis and advocacy, Pediatric chronic disease, Type 1 Diabetes, Health equity, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and health outcomes across the life-span