Dr. Daniel Greene has been accepted as a 2022 Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity fellow from the Center for Health Security at John Hopkins University.
The Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity program supports talented career professionals in deepening their expertise, expanding their network, and building their leadership skills through a series of events coordinated by the center. The highly competitive program inspires and connects the next generation of leaders and innovators in the biosecurity community.
Dr. Daniel Greene received his Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University, and continues research focused on the societal risks and potential of the life sciences using a combination of data science, survey research, policy and analysis, and qualitative methods to help us understand our collective options for regulating life-science research. He has been a Postdoctoral Researcher in Biosecurity and Project Fellow for CISAC since 2019.