Elizabeth Greene, MD, is director of the Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Training Program and the Cardiac Exercise Laboratory at Children's National Health System. Dr. Greene has a long-standing interest in resident and fellow education and has received numerous teaching awards at multiple institutions including Johns Hopkins, Mt. Sinai Hospital New York, University of New Mexico, and Children’s National. She is a founding member of the Children’s Academy of Pediatric Educators at Children's National.
Dr Greene received her doctorate in medicine from University of Wisconsin and completed her internship and residency in Pediatrics at SUNY- Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse New York. After spending a year on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, Dr. Greene completed a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine and a residency in emergency medicine at Georgetown/George Washington University. She then practiced Pediatric and Adult Emergency Medicine, general academic inpatient and outpatient pediatrics and community pediatrics in New York City before entering pediatric cardiology fellowship training at Children’s National. She graduated from CNMC in 2002 and then acquired additional training in pediatric electrophysiology at UCSF and Stanford University graduating in 2003. Dr. Greene is board certified in pediatric cardiology, pediatrics, and pediatric emergency medicine.
She is a fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member of the Pediatric Electrophysiology Society, Heart Rhythm Society, American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology. Her research and clinical interests include arrhythmias, exercise physiology, cardiogenetics, risk assessment for sudden cardiac death in pediatric patients, and medical education.
Research & Publications
Research & Publications
Atrioventricular Node Reentry Tachycardia Following the Mustard or Senning Procedure Electrophysiology and Radiofrequency Ablation
(2005) Cardiology in the Young
Familial Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy linked mutant Troponin T causes stress induced ventricular tachycardia and Ca dependent action potential remodeling
(2003) Circ Res
Targeted point mutagenesis of mouse KCNQ1 Phenotypic Analysis of Mice with Point Mutations that Cause Romano-Ward Syndrome in Humans
Transcutaneous Implantation of an Automatic Cardioverter Defibrillator in a Small Infant with Recurrent Myocardial Ischemia simulating SIDS