Elizabeth Anne Greene


Department of Primary Appointment:
School of Medicine
Director of Tele/Digital Education, Department of Psychiatry
Location: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Research Interests:
Telemedicine, Digital Health, Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration
Health Care Provider Well-Being, Clinical Neuroscience, Psychotherapy


Internship and Residency, Family Medicine and Psychiatry; National Capital Consortium (NCC), Andrews AFB, MD
Graduation 2007

Doctor of Medicine; University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA
Graduation 2002

Bachelor of Arts in Biology; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Graduation 1998


Dr. Elizabeth Greene graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 2002 and completed a combined residency in Psychiatry and Family Medicine through the National Capital Consortium in 2007. She maintains board certification in both specialties. She served in the United States Air Force for nine years, deploying in 2008 to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. During her time in the Air Force she served as a residency faculty member at Wilford Hall Medical Center/ University of Texas Health Sciences Center San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Psychiatry Residency program and was Chief of the Psychiatry Consultation Liaison Service at Wilford Hall Medical Center. In 2011, after completing her service commitment to the United States Air Force, she began work as a DoD civilian at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital (FBCH) as a supervising psychiatrist in Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Primary Care Integration, and Adult Outpatient Care. She served as the Associate Program Director for the NCC Psychiatry Residency there from 2017-2021 before transitioning to work full time at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) in the fall of 2021. She currently serves as the Director for theDepartment of Psychiatry Virtual Mental Health Program, the School of Medicine Consultant for Telehealth, and as the site director for the USUHS Psychiatry Clerkship at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. Her clinical work is in the Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. Throughout her career Dr. Greene has had an interest in education, in health care provider mental health and well-being, in psychotherapy and neuroscience, in technology and health, and in integration between behavioral health and primary care.

Career Highlights: Positions, Projects, Deployements, Awards and Additional Publications

Lieutenant General Claire L. Chennault Award For Outstanding Psychiatry Faculty; NCC Graduate Medical Education Program - 2022

NCC Psychiatry Residency PGY3 Teacher of the Year Award - awarded seven times between 2013-2021

Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association - 2020

Communication Officer, USUHS Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee - 2022 to present

Member, A.T. Augusta Military Medical Center (formerly Fort Belvoir Community Hospital), Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee - 2020-2021

Associate Program Director, National Capital Consortium Psychiatry Residency 2017-2021

Psychiatry Clerkship Site Director, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital 2017 - present

American Academy of Psychodynamic Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, Trustee 2019 - 2021; Representative to the APA Assembly 2022- present

Deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2008-2009

Representative Bibliography

Greene E: Mary Poppins: Creative Chaos and Experiential Learning in a Classic Film. Academic Psychiatry. Published online ahead of print, 13 April 2023. doi.org/10.1007/s40596-023-01782-w

Hamaoka D, Touma D, McGuinness M, Greene E, & Cozza K. (2023). I Am So Tired: Self-Learning Module (Eating Disorders). Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry Clinical Simulation Initiative e-Module. Available at https://www.admsep.org/subpages/csi/modules/eatingdisorders/storypre.html

Greene E: “Part of Who You Are”: Reflections on Being A Military Psychiatrist. Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 50, 569-572, 2022 doi.org/10.1521/pdps.2022.50.4.569

Bryan CJ, Kanzler KE, Durham TL, West CL, Greene E: Challenges and considerations for managing suicide risk in combat zones. Military Medicine, 175, 713-718, 2010

Bobo, WV, Remington N, Greene E, Lacy, TJ: The Effect of Psychiatric Third-Year Rotation Setting on Academic Performance, Student Attitudes, and Specialty Choice. Academic Psychiatry, 33, 105-111, 2009