Jay Greene, PhD

Senior Fellow

Greene’s past research has covered a diverse set of topics in the areas of education and health policy. He has recently examined the effect of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones on youth suicide rates as well as the ways in which DEI initiatives have distorted the mission of higher education. He is also a senior research fellow in the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation. He previously served as Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, which he founded and led for 16 years. Greene received his B.A. in history from Tufts University and earned his Ph.D. in government from Harvard University.

Authored Content

Report

  • December 20, 2023

Racial Concordance in Medicine: The Return of Segregation

Do patients have better health outcomes after seeing physicians of the same race? The ongoing reality of disparate health outcomes, with black patients typically experiencing worse outcomes than members of…

Op-Ed

  • November 24, 2023

Watch out! Antisemitism is soaring in US medicine

Antisemitism is now a full-blown crisis on the college campus, but it doesn’t end there: Similar hatred is increasingly widespread in the medical profession, where it’s even more dangerous. Doctors,…

Media Mention

  • November 22, 2023

Bad Medicine

A wave of open Jew-hatred by medical professionals, medical schools, and professional associations in the wake of the Hamas slaughter suggests that a field entrusted with healing is becoming a…