Nicole E. Green, MD
Medical Communications Specialist
Nicole is a Medical Communications Consultant at BSP whose recent engagements have focused on health economics and outcomes research. Her most recent project with BSP involved creation of conference presentations regarding comparative healthcare resource utilization by patients afflicted with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria of differing severity.
Nicole obtained BAs in International Studies and History at Yale University before pursuing a career in healthcare. She completed her premedical certificate program at Georgetown University before obtaining her MD from Weill Cornell Medical College. During and subsequent to her time at Weill Cornell, she engaged in medical research regarding intraoperative respiratory compliance changes during pediatric ophthalmic arterial chemosurgery and research on the efficacy of opioid versus cannabinoid use for chronic back pain. She gained experience in clinical medicine as a medical resident in General Surgery and Anesthesiology before transitioning to the non-clinical healthcare field. Nicole’s continued interest in medicine, writing, and communicating medical concepts to a variety of audiences led her to pursue a consultant position with BSP. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time in the mountains of Colorado, trying new restaurants, and volunteering at a local animal shelter.