Dr. John Green
Dr. John Scott Green is a Full Clinical Professor of clinical and applied exercise physiology at the Applied Exercise Science Laboratory in the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine at Texas A&M University. He currently teaches courses in cardiovascular stress testing and electrocardiography, clinical exercise evaluation and prescription, and therapeutic principles. He has also taught graduate courses in reading research design and statistics, instrumentation and assessment in exercise physiology, and exercise electrocardiography.
Dr. Green’s research is focused in two areas: 1. the interaction of exercise and estrogen replacement on the cardiovascular system in postmenopausal women; and 2. the perception of heart disease risk as it relates to actual physiological risk markers. He has been the sole or contributing author on over 37 refereed publications in such journals as "Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise", “Clinical and Experimental Metabolism”, and the "Journal of Applied Physiology". He has also made over 90 data-based scientific presentations at international scientific forums including the American College of Sports Medicine and the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
Dr. Green’s background in education includes the attainment of two Bachelor’s degrees and a Masters degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, a Doctor of Education degree from Oklahoma State University, and a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology from Texas A&M University. In 1992, he was elected to fellowship status in the American College of Sports Medicine, a college in which he also holds certifications as a Clinical Exercise Program Director and as an Exercise Test Technologist. His background as an educator include four years teaching high school math and coaching high school athletics in the state of Oklahoma as well teaching university courses in SCUBA diving, rock climbing, swimming, and weight training.
Recent distinctions include teacher of the year for 2008 in the division of kinesiology at Texas A&M, current manuscript editor for Medscape General Medicine, current board member for the Medical Science Monitor, and board member for the Texas Chapter of the American College Of Sports Medicine from 2001 – 2005.