Principal Research Investigator
Dr. Christine Greene is the Principal Research Investigator for the Contamination Control unit of the Applied Research Center at NSF International with over 12 years experience in epidemiological and laboratory research. She holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences and an MPH in Hospital and Molecular Epidemiology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her research focuses on healthcare pathogen transmission, pathogen environmental survival, hand hygiene, disinfection and biofilms with multiple publications. Dr. Greene is a member of the NSF International 444 Joint Committee Standard associated with building water systems. She serves on the ISO TC 304 as Convener for the workgroup on international hand hygiene standards, serves as a board member for The Infection Prevention Strategy (TIPS), and co-founded the Healthcare Infection Transmission Systems (HITS) Consortium – a not-for-profit organization that breaks down silos in healthcare using a cross-disciplinary, systems approach to addressing the pressing issues around infection control.
Friday, June 14
8:30 AM – 9:00 AM