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).
Phillip Green’s Vita
Chris Hale is a research coordinator with the Center for Behavioral Health Research. He manages a NIH funded randomized clinical trial treating young adults with cannabis disorder, under the direction of Dr. Michael Mason.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
Aaron Brown, PhD
Aaron Brown is a current Postdoc with the Center for Behavior Health Research. Aaron works under the direction of Dr. Michael Mason on an NIH funded project,
treating young adults with cannabis disorder. Aaron has worked in the community mental health field for over a decade in a variety of roles. Before completing his PhD, Aaron was as an outpatient therapist in rural areas of east Tennessee where he worked with individuals, families, and groups. Aaron’s experiences treating addictions motivated him to pursue research on how to improve access to evidence-based practices for addictions in rural communities
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.
Angela Gilley coordinates large research projects and the submission of grant proposals, publications, and reports. She also develops project budgets and monitors expenditures.