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Philip Green, PhD
Philip Green has been with the Children’s Mental Health Services Research Center since 2001. He can be contacted about the OSC (Organizational Social Context) Measure and issues related to statistical analysis. He specializes in testing and statistical analysis and is responsible for disseminating, collecting, analyzing, and interpreting the OSC Measure. His work with the OSC incorporates longitudinal data for staff and client outcomes, confirmatory factor models, normative samples, and hierarchical linear and non-linear modeling (HLM).
Philip Green’s Vita
Postdoctoral Research Coordinator
Matthew Moore is a postdoctoral research associate with the College of Social Work. He coordinates research projects on peer network health and substance use, under the direction of Dr. Michael Mason. Matthew holds a PhD and MS in Social Work, as well as an MS in Statistics from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Additionally, he conducts research in the area of psychosocial oncology.
Matthew Moore’s Vita
Graduate Research Assistant
Aaron Brown is a current PhD student at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Social Work. Aaron works as a graduate research assistant at the Center. He has worked in the community mental health field for over a decade in a variety of roles such as group home manager, case manager, applied behavioral analyst, outpatient therapist, and clinical supervisor. Aaron’s research interests include psychosocial interventions, substance abuse treatment, opioid dependence, and mindfulness.
Aaron Brown’s Vita
Connie Armstrong coordinates large research projects and is responsible for developing budgets and monitoring expenses for those projects. She also provides administrative support for preparing and submitting grant proposals, publications, and reports.
Shauna Cook coordinates large research projects and the submission of grant proposals, publications, and reports. She also develops project budgets and monitors expenditures.