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					                       MICHAEL D. GREENBERG, J.D., PH.D.
                               valjean@zoominternet.net
                                (412) 683-2300 (x4648)
              RAND Corporation, 201 North Craig Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213


EDUCATION:

              Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
                 J.D. cum laude, June 1999.
                     Editor, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology.
                     Member & Contributing Writer, Harvard Law & Healthcare Society.

              Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
                Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, May 1996.
                    Preparing Future Faculty Fellowship Recipient, 1994-1995.

              Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
                M.A. in Psychology, September 1994.

              Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
                 A.B. in Psychology, with Distinction in All Subjects, May 1991.
                    Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Psi Chi, and Golden Key National
                    Honor Societies; Empire State Scholarship of Excellence.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:


Director, RAND Center for Corporate Ethics & Governance
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   October 2009 – Present

Senior Behavioral Scientist, RAND Corporation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   June 2011 -- Present


   Policy researcher in the RAND Institute for Civil Justice, RAND Health, RAND ISE
   and Arroyo Center (Army) business units. Conduct empirical social science, policy
   analysis, and legal research in connection with projects related to healthcare, civil
   justice, and/or national security issues. Examples of studies led or co-led include: (1)
   an empirical investigation of the relationship between patient safety outcomes and
   malpractice claiming in Pennsylvania; (2) roundtable symposium meetings convened
   on the role of boards of directors, and of compliance officers, in compliance and ethics
   oversight within public companies; (3) an investigation into the relationship between
   fair value accounting practice and systemic risk to the U.S. economy; (4) an evaluation
   of risk and civil liability connected with maritime terrorism; (5) an assessment of the
   performance of, and policy challenges facing, the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation



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   system; and (6) two studies on personnel stress and cyclical readiness in the Army
   Reserves and National Guard.

   Responsibilities at RAND have included leadership in the design and execution of large
   research studies, and participation in all aspects of the research process, including
   qualitative and quantitative data collection and analyses, empirical literature reviews,
   examination of statutory and regulatory materials, and writing for internal and external
   publication.

   Also serve as the Director for the RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance.
   In this role, have primary management oversight in connection with the Center’s slate
   of research projects and operating budget of ~$700,000 annually. Responsibilities have
   included providing supervision for individual research projects; reviewing timelines
   and budgeting for Center projects and operations; organizing bi-annual meetings of the
   Center’s advisory board; and leading business development activities for the Center. In
   a related capacity, also serve on the executive management team for the RAND
   Institute of Civil Justice, an operating division of the RAND Corporation with
   approximately $5 million in revenue annually. Related responsibilities include
   contributing to all aspects of division oversight, including strategic planning, business
   development and client management, recruiting, and liaison work with RAND central
   management
   .

Member, RAND Human Subjects Protection Committee
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June 2010 – Present

   Serve as a member of RAND’s Institutional Review Board (IRB), in screening and
   approving RAND research on human beings, based on ethical principles outlined in the
   Belmont Report and under procedures formalized by the federal Common Rule.
   Responsibilities include review of research protocols and materials submitted by
   RAND primary investigators; application of relevant federal standards and ethical
   principles to RAND projects, and analysis of related problems and challenges; and
   participation in IRB committee meetings and formal approval of RAND research
   projects under review.


Research Director, RAND Center for Corporate Ethics & Governance
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania December 2006 – October 2009

Behavioral Scientist, RAND Corporation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  June 2005 – June 2011

Associate Behavioral Scientist, RAND Corporation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  August 2002 – June 2005
Santa Monica, California  October 2001 – August 2002




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Thomas Lord Distinguished Scholar, RAND Institute for Civil Justice
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Fiscal Year 2008

   Received the Thomas Lord Distinguished Scholar award in 2008 from the RAND
   Institute for Civil Justice, based on work done within that unit over the preceding year.
   The award is given for excellence in research and institutional contributions, and
   provides 20 days of unrestricted research support to the recipient.


Pittsburgh Recruiting Chair, RAND Corporation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   August 2002 – August 2005

HIPAA Liaison (Human Subjects Protection Committee), RAND Corporation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania June 2003 – June 2006

   Management responsibilities at RAND have also included administrative oversight for
   the researcher recruiting process in Pittsburgh, during the early years after the
   Pittsburgh office of the RAND Corporation was established. Also served as a HIPAA
   Liaison consultant in RAND’s Pittsburgh office, providing initial contact and support to
   researchers on matters relating to federal privacy regulation.


Adjunct Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   2004-2005 Academic Year – Present

Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  December 2006 – Present

   Serve as an adjunct faculty member at the law school of the University of Pittsburgh,
   designing and teaching a class in Food and Drug Law. Class is included as credit
   toward law school certificate programs in Health Law and in Technology Law.

   Also serve as an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry University of
   Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC).
   Responsibilities include collaboration with WPIC colleagues in developing research
   projects and opportunities of joint interest.

Adjunct Professor, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  Spring 2009 – Present

   Serve as an adjunct faculty member at the school of public policy at Carnegie Mellon
   University. Teach a class in Health Law and Policy for the Masters in Medical
   Management program in the school of public policy and management, designed for
   mid-career physicians who are moving into executive roles within their organizations.




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Center for Research on Health Care, University of Pittsburgh, Core Faculty Member
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  January 2003 – Present

Center for Bioethics and Health Law, University of Pittsburgh, Affiliated Faculty
Member
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   July 2004 -- Present

   Participate as a RAND representative in two multi-disciplinary, collaborative centers
   for health services research, and for bioethics and health law research, both based at the
   University of Pittsburgh.

Associate Attorney, Ropes & Gray
Boston, Massachusetts     September 1999 – August 2001; Summer 1998

   Associate attorney in the corporate and healthcare departments of Ropes & Gray.
   Responsibilities included research, writing, and negotiation in connection with a wide
   range of projects and transactions, including public company mergers & acquisitions,
   leveraged buy-outs, private equity investments, debt financings, licensing agreements,
   restricted stock transactions, derivative (repurchase and swap) contracts, and
   investment advisory agreements. Responsibilities also included regulatory and
   transactional work related to investment companies under the Investment Company Act
   of 1940 (“mutual funds”) and to publicly traded companies under the Securities Act of
   1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.


Clinical Psychology Intern, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Lebanon, New Hampshire      June 1995 – June 1996

   Worked full-time as a supervised clinical psychology intern in all domains of
   professional psychological practice. Conducted psychotherapy and psychiatric
   assessment with adult psychiatric inpatients and outpatients, implementing treatment
   plans for individuals with affective disorders, personality disorders, and substance-use
   disorders. Additional responsibilities included participation on a multi-disciplinary
   treatment team (which served to oversee and design all aspects of treatment for short-
   term psychiatric inpatients), and teaching/supervising medical students in psychological
   testing and psychotherapy.


Teaching & Research Assistant, Duke University & Duke University Med. Center
(DUMC)
Durham, North Carolina   September 1991 – September 1995

   Worked as a teaching assistant, research assistant and clinician. Teaching
   responsibilities included teaching and serving as a teaching assistant for several
   graduate and undergraduate psychology and statistics classes. Research
   responsibilities included the collection and analysis of data on psychiatric patients,
   maintenance of a computer database, and writing for academic publication. Clinical


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   responsibilities included psychiatric interviewing and testing through the DUMC
   Cognitive Behavioral and Personality Diagnostic Laboratories, as well as serving as an
   individual psychotherapist for outpatients through the Duke Psychology Clinic.


PROFESSIONAL LICENSE AND AFFILIATIONS:

       Admitted to the Bar, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, December 14, 1999
             (BBO #643507).
       Member, American Bar Association (1999-present).
       Member, American Psychological Association (1996-present).


SCHOLARLY WORKS IN PROGRESS:

Michael D. Greenberg & Stephen Garber. Specialization Among the Medical Malpractice
      Plaintiff Bar in the United States. Manuscript under review.

Michael D. Greenberg & M. Susan Ridgely. Untying the Liability Noose: Clinical
      Decision Support and Malpractice Risk. Manuscript under review.

Steven Garber, Michael D. Greenberg, Emre Erkut, Ying Liu. Mass Litigation in the
       United States: Un-Stranding the Seamless Web. Manuscript under review.

M Susan Ridgely & Michael D. Greenberg. Too Many Alerts, Too Much Liability:
      Sorting Through the Malpractice Implications of Clinical Decision Support.
      Manuscript in preparation.


SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS:

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Michael D. Greenberg & M. Susan Ridgely. Clinical Decision Support and Malpractice
Risk. 306 Journal of the American Medical Association 90 (2011).

Donna C. Boehme & Michael D. Greenberg. Board Oversight Role in the Spotlight: What
That Means for CECOs. 8 COMPLIANCE & ETHICS PROFSSIONAL 14 (2011).

Michael D. Greenberg & Donna C. Boehme. Boards Have an Important Role As
      Guardians of Ethics and Compliance. 36 NACD DIRECTORSHIP MAGAZINE 58
      (2010/2011).

Michael D. Greenberg. On the Shoulders of Giants: Directors as Pillars of Ethics and
      Rectitude in the Corporation. 15 CORPORATE FINANCE REVIEW 17 (2010).




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Donna J. Keyser, Harold A. Pincus, Stephen B. Thomas, Nicholas Castle, Jacob
      Dembosky, Ray Firth, Michael D. Greenberg, Nancy K. Pollock, Evelyn Reis,
      Veronica Sansing & Sarah Scholle. Mobilizing a Region to Redesign a Local
      System of Care: Lessons from a Community-Based Learning Collaborative. 33
      FAMILY & COMMUNITY HEALTH JOURNAL 216 (2010).

Michael D. Greenberg. The Fault Lies Not in Our Stars, But in Ourselves: Energizing
      Compliance and Ethics in U.S. Firms. 14 CORPORATE FINANCE REVIEW 5 (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg, Yong Kang, & Elizabeth D. Brown. Corporate Governance in
      China: A Tale of Rapid Change. 13 CORPORATE FINANCE REVIEW 5 (2009).

Hao Yu, Michael D. Greenberg, Amelia M. Haviland, & Donna O. Farley. “Canary
      Measures” Among the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators. 24 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
      MEDICAL QUALITY 265 (2009).

Steven Garber, Michael D. Greenberg, Hilary Rhodes, Xiaohui Zhuo, & John Adams. Do
       Noneconomic Damages Caps and Attorney Fee Limits Reduce Access to Justice for
       Victims of Medical Negligence? 6 JOURNAL OF EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES 637
       (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg. Medical Malpractice and New Devices: Defining an Elusive
      Standard of Care. 19 HEALTH MATRIX: JOURNAL OF LAW-MEDICINE 423 (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg, M. Susan Ridgely, & Richard J. Hillestad. Crossed Wires: How
      Yesterday’s HIPAA Rules May Undercut Tomorrow’s National Health Information
      Network. 28 HEALTH AFFAIRS 450 (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg, Amelia M. Haviland, Hao Yu, & Donna O. Farley. Safety
      Outcomes in the United States: Trends and Challenges in Measurement. 44
      HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH 739 (2009).

Stephanie L. Taylor, M. Susan Ridgely, Michael D. Greenberg, Melanie E.S. Sorbero,
       Stephanie S. Teleki, Cheryl L. Damberg, & Donna O. Farley. Experiences of
       AHRQ-Funded Projects That Implemented Practices for Safer Patient Care. 44
       HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH 665 (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg & M. Susan Ridgely. Patient Identifiers and the National Health
      Information Network: Debunking a False Front in the Privacy Wars. 4 J. HEALTH
      & BIOMEDICAL LAW 31 (2008).

Michael D. Greenberg, Harold A. Pincus, & Frank A. Ghinassi, Of Depression and
      Treatment Systems: A Multidimensional Overview of Quality Improvement
      Opportunities in Depression Care. 14 HARVARD REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY 195
      (2006).




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Michael D. Greenberg, Andrew R. Morral, & Arvind K. Jain, Drink-Driving and DUI
      Recidivists’ Attitudes and Beliefs: A Longitudinal Analysis. 66 J. STUDIES ON
      ALCOHOL 640 (2005).

Michael D. Greenberg, M. Susan Ridgely, & Douglas Bell, Electronic Prescribing and
      HIPAA Privacy Regulation, 41 INQUIRY 461 (2004/2005).

Michael D. Greenberg, Andrew R. Morral, & Arvind K. Jain, How Can Repeat Drunk
      Drivers Be Influenced to Change? Analysis of the Association Between Drunk
      Driving and DUI Recidivists’ Attitudes and Beliefs. 65 J. STUDIES ON ALCOHOL 460
      (2004).

W. Edward Craighead, Stephen Ilardi, Linda W. Craighead, Michael D. Greenberg, &
      Akira Miyake, Cognitive Psychology: Basic Theory and Clinical Implications, in
      PSYCHIATRY (2d Ed.) (Allan Tasman et al. eds., 2003).

Michael D. Greenberg, Information, Paternalism, and Rational Decision-Making: The
      Balance of FDA New Drug Approval, 13 ALBANY L. J. OF SCI. & TECH. 663 (2003).

M. Susan Ridgely & Michael D. Greenberg, Pharmacy, Facsimile and Cyberspace: An
      Examination of Legal Frameworks for Electronic Prescribing, 13 ALBANY L. J. OF
      SCI. & TECH. 1 (2002).

Michael D. Greenberg, AIDS, Experimental Drug Approval, and the FDA New Drug
      Screening Process, 3 N.Y.U. J. OF LEGIS. AND PUB. POL’Y 295 (2000).

Michael D. Greenberg, AIDS, EXPERIMENTAL DRUG APPROVAL, AND THE FDA NEW DRUG
      SCREENING PROCESS: A LEGAL RESEARCH GUIDE (William S. Hein & Co., Inc.,
      1999).

Michael D. Greenberg, Illinois Supreme Court Upholds State Restrictions on Medical
      Solicitation, 25 J. L., MED. & ETHICS 221 (1997).

Michael D. Greenberg, Treatment Implications of Psychiatric Comorbidity, in FROM
      PLACEBO TO PANACEA: PUTTING PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS TO THE TEST 57 (Seymour
      Fisher and Roger P. Greenberg eds., 1997).

W. Edward Craighead, Stephen Ilardi, Michael D. Greenberg, & Linda W. Craighead,
      Cognitive Psychology: Basic Theory and Clinical Implications, in PSYCHIATRY 350
      (Allan Tasman et al. eds., 1997).

Michael D. Greenberg, W. Edward Craighead, Donald D. Evans, & Linda W. Craighead,
      An Investigation of the Effects of Comorbid Axis-II Pathology on Outcome of
      Inpatient Treatment for Unipolar Depression, 17 J. PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND
      BEHAV. ASSESSMENT 305 (1995).




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Roger P. Greenberg, Robert F. Bornstein, Michael J. Zborowski, Seymour Fisher, &
       Michael D. Greenberg, A Meta-Analysis of Fluoxetine Outcome in the Treatment of
       Depression, 182 J. NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE 547 (1994).

Roger P. Greenberg, Robert F. Bornstein, Michael D. Greenberg, & Seymour Fisher, A
       Meta-Analysis of Anti-Depressant Outcome under “Blinder” Conditions, 60 J.
       CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOL. 664 (1992).

Roger P. Greenberg, Robert F. Bornstein, Michael D. Greenberg, & Seymour Fisher, As for
       the Kings: A Reply with Regard to Depression Subtypes and Antidepressant
       Response, 60 J. CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOL. 675 (1992).

James C. Hamilton, Jennifer J. Falconer, & Michael D. Greenberg, The Relationship
      Between Self-Consciousness and Dietary Self-Restraint, 11 J. SOC. AND CLINICAL
      PSYCHOL. 158 (1992).




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RAND Books and Reports
Note: RAND publications are subject to external, scholarly peer-review.

Michael D. Greenberg. Directors as Guardians of Ethics and Compliance in the Corporate
      Citadel: What the Policy Community Needs to Know. Santa Monica, CA: RAND,
      CF-277-ICJ (2010).

Michael D. Greenberg, Amelia M. Haviland, J. Scott Ashwood, & Regan Main. Is Better
      Patient Safety Associated with Less Malpractice Activity? Evidence from
      California. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, TR-824-ICJ (2010).

Orla Lynskey, Neil Robinson, & Michael D. Greenberg. E-Discovery and Legal
       Frameworks governing Privacy and Data Protection in European Countries:
       Implications. Brussels, Belgium: RAND, TR-929-FTI (2010).

Donna O. Farley, M. Susan Ridgely, Peter Mendel, Stephanie S. Teleki, Cheryl L.
      Damberg, Rebecca Shaw, Michael D. Greenberg, Amelia M. Haviland, Peter
      Hussey, Jacob W. Dembosky, Hao Yu, Julie A Brown, Chau Pham, & J. Scott
      Ashwood. Assessing Patient Safety Practices and Outcomes in the U.S. Health
      Care System. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, TR-725-AHRQ (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg. Perspectives of Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers on the
      Detection and Prevention of Corporate Misdeeds: What the Policy Community
      Should Know. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, CF-258-RC (2009).

Michael D. Greenberg & Amelia M. Haviland. Issues and Performance in Pennsylvania
      Workers’ Compensation. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, OP-216-CHSW (2008).

David E. Mosher, Beth E. Lachman, Michael D. Greenberg, Tiffany Nichols, Brian Rosen,
       & Henry H. Willis. Green Warriors: Army Environmental Considerations for
       Contingency Planning Through Post-Conflict. Sant Monica, CA: RAND, MG-
       632-A (2008).

David S. Ortiz, Brian A. Weatherford, Michael D. Greenberg, & Liisa Ecola. Improving
       the Safety and Security of Freight and Passenger Rail in Pennsylvania. Santa
       Monica, CA: RAND, TR-615-PLBFC (2008).

R. J. Hillestad, James H. Bigelow, Basit Chaudhry, Paul Dreyer, Michael D. Greenberg,
        Robin Meili, M. Susan Ridgely, Jeff Rothenberg & Roger Taylor. Identity Crisis:
        An Examination of the Costs and Benefits of a Unique Patient Identifier for the U.S.
        Health Care System. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, MG-753-HLTH (2008).

Donna O. Farley, Cheryl L. Damberg, M. Susan Ridgely, Melony E. Sorbero, Michael D.
      Greenberg, Amelia M. Haviland, Stephanie S. Teleki, Peter Mendel, Lily Bradley,
      Jacob W. Dembosky, Allen Fremont, Teryl K. Nuckols, Rebecca Shaw, Susan G.
      Straus, Stephanie L. Taylor, Hao Yu, & Shannah Tharp-Taylor. Assessment of the



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       AHRQ Patient Safety Initiative: Final Report, Evaluation Report IV. Santa
       Monica, CA: RAND, TR-563-AHRQ (2008).

Donna O. Farley, Cheryl L. Damberg, M. Susan Ridgely, Melony E. Sorbero, Michael D.
      Greenberg, Amelia Haviland, Robin C. Meili, Stephanie S. Teleki, Lily Bradley,
      Jacob W. Dembosky, Allen Fremont, Teryl K. Nuckols, Rebecca Shaw, Stephanie
      L. Taylor, & Hao Yu. Assessment of the AHRQ Patient Safety Initiative: Focus on
      Implementation and Dissemination, Evaluation Report III (2004-2005). Santa
      Monica, CA: RAND, TR-508-AHRQ (2007).

Donna O. Farley, Cheryl L. Damberg, M. Susan Ridgely, Michael D. Greenberg, Amelia
      Haviland, Peter Mendel, & Stephanie Teleki. Assessing the Diffusion of Safe
      Practices in the U.S. Health Care System: An Interim Report to the Agency for
      Healthcare Research and Quality. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, WR-522-AHRQ
      (2007).

Donna O. Farley, Sally C. Morton, Cheryl L. Damberg, M. Susan Ridgely, Allen Fremont,
      Michael D. Greenberg, Melony E. Sorbero, Stephanie S. Teleki, & Peter Mendel.
      Assessment of the AHRQ Patient Safety Initiative: Moving from Research to
      Practice, Evaluation Report II (2003-2004). Santa Monica, CA: RAND, TR-463-
      AHRQ (2007).

M. Susan Ridgely, John Engberg, Michael D. Greenberg, Susan Turner, Christine D.
      Martini, & Jacob W. Dembosky. Justice, Treatment, and Cost: An Evaluation of
      the Fiscal Impact of Allegheny County Mental Health Court. Santa Monica, CA:
      RAND, TR-439-ISE (2007).

Michael D. Greenberg, Peter Chalk, Henry H. Willis, Ivan Khilko, & David S. Ortiz.
      Maritime Terrorism: Risk and Liability. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, MG-520-
      CTRMP (2006).

Harold A. Pincus, M. Audrey Burnam, Jennifer L. Magnabosco, Jacob W. Dembosky, &
       Michael D. Greenberg. State Efforts to Improve Practice and Policy for Individuals
       with Co-Occurring Mental and Addictive Disorders. Santa Monica, CA: RAND,
       WR-344-RWJ (2006).

Lisa S. Meredith, Terri L. Tanielian, Michael D. Greenberg, Ana Suarez, & Elizabeth
        Eiseman. Expanding Access to Mental Health Counselors: Evaluation of the
        TRICARE Demonstration. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, MG-330-OSD (2005).

Lynn E. Davis, J. Michael Polich, William M. Hix, Michael D. Greenberg, Stephen D.
      Brady, & Ronald E. Sortor. Balancing the Army Force Mix. Santa Monica, CA:
      RAND, MG-362-A (2005).




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Robert T. Reville, Seth A. Seabury, Frank Neuhauser, John F. Burton & Michael D.
       Greenberg. Evaluation of the California Permanent Disability Rating System.
       Santa Monica, CA: RAND, MG-258-ICJ (2005).

Harold A. Pincus, Stephen B. Thomas, Donna J. Keyser, Nicholas G. Castle, Jacob W.
       Dembosky, Ray Firth, Michael D. Greenberg, Nancy Pollock, Evelyn Reis,
       Veronica Sansing, & Sarah Scholle. Improving Maternal and Child Healthcare: A
       Blueprint for Community Action in the Pittsburgh Region. Santa Monica, CA:
       RAND, MG-225-HE (2005).

Harold A. Pincus, M. Audrey Burnam, Jennifer L. Magnabosco, Jacob W. Dembosky, &
       Michael D. Greenberg. State Activities to Improve Services and Systems of Care for
       Individuals with Co-Occurring Mental and Addictive Disorders. Santa Monica,
       CA: RAND, WR-119-CSAT (2005).

Donna O. Farley, Sally C. Morton, Cheryl L. Damberg, Allen Fremont, Sandra H. Berry,
      Michael D. Greenberg, Melony Sorbero, Stephanie S. Teleki, Karen Ricci, & Nancy
      Pollock. Assessment of the National Patient Safety Initiative: Context and Baseline
      Evaluation Report 1. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, TR-203-AHRQ (2005).

Lynn E. Davis, David E. Mosher, Rick Brennan, Michael D. Greenberg, K. Scott
      McMahon, & Chad Yost. Army Forces for Homeland Security. Santa Monica, CA:
      RAND, MG-221-A (2004).

Donna O. Farley, Michael D. Greenberg, Christopher Nelson, & Seth Seabury. Assessment
      of 24-Hour Care Options for California. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, MG-280-ICJ
      (2004).

Harold A. Pincus, Stephen B. Thomas, Donna J. Keyser, Nicholas G. Castle, Jacob W.
       Dembosky, Ray Firth, Michael D. Greenberg, Nancy Pollock, Evelyn Reis,
       Veronica Sansing, & Sarah Scholle. Improving Maternal and Child Healthcare: A
       Blueprint for Action in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Santa Monica, CA:
       RAND, TR-165-Health (2004).

Donna O. Farley, Sally M. Morton, Cheryl Damberg, Allen Fremont, Sandra Berry,
      Michael D. Greenberg, Melony Sorbero, Stephanie Teleki, Karen Ricci, & Nancy
      Pollock. Assessment of the National Patient Safety Initiative: Context and Baseline
      Status. Santa Monica: RAND, WR-131-AHRQ (2004).

Cheryl L. Damberg, Liisa Hiatt, Rebecca Nolind, Matthais Schonlau, Kitty Chan, Michael
       Greenberg, Jennifer Malin, Michael Steinberg, & Elizabeth A. McGlynn. Evaluating the
       Feasibility of Developing National Outcomes Databases to Assist Patients with Making
       Treatment Decisions. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, MR-1708-AHRQ (2003).

Michael A. Stoto, Nicole Lurie, Sarah K. Myers, Michael D. Greenberg, Martin C. Libicki, & Jade
       V. Henry. Regional Surveillance in the Washington Metropolitan Area: A Feasibility
       Study. Washington, DC: Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (2002).



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INVITED SPEECHES, SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS, AND POLICY
BRIEFINGS:

Greenberg, M.D. (April, 2011). Patient Safety and Medical Malpractice: An Analysis of
      California Data. Invited Presentation to the Tenth Annual Guy Carpenter
      Professional Liability Networking Forum, Las Vegas, NV.

Greenberg, M.D. (March, 2011). Brave New World: Transformation of Corporate
      Governance in an Era of Regulatory Reform. Invited Panel Discussion Moderator,
      Three Rivers Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors,
      Pittsburgh, PA.

Greenberg, M.D. (December, 2010). Corporate Governance and Regulation: Issues and
      Some Thoughts Concerning Venture Capital. Invited Presentation to the Pittsburgh
      Venture Capital Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Greenberg, M.D. (October, 2010). Patient Safety and Medical Malpractice: An Analysis
      of California Data. Invited Presentation to the Governing Board of BETA
      Healthcare Group, San Martin, CA.

Greenberg, M.D. & Boehme, D. (September, 2010). Directors as Guardians of
      Compliance and Ethics: An Overview. Invited Presentation to the Ethics and
      Compliance Committee of the Association for Corporate Counsel, Boston, MA.

Greenberg, M.D. (August, 2010). Patient Safety and Medical Malpractice: An Analysis of
      California Data. Invited Presentation to the Board of Directors of Physicians
      Insurance, Napa, California.

Greenberg, M.D. (May 2010). Southwest Litigation Summit. Invited Conference Chairman
      and Keynote Speaker. Marcus Evans, Phoenix, AZ.

Greenberg, M.D. (March 2010). Health Information Technology, Privacy, and Medical
      Liability Implications. Invited Presentation to the Chief Executive Officer/ Chief
      Operating Officer Meeting, Physicians Insurance Association of America,
      Scottsdale, AZ.

Greenberg, M.D. (March 2010). Medical Malpractice and Patient Safety in California.
      Invited Board Briefing, Institute for Civil Justice, Santa Monica, CA.

Greenberg, M.D. & Garber, S. (November, 2009). Patterns of Specialization in Medical
      Malpractice Among Contingency Fee Attorneys. Paper presented at the 4th Annual
      Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Los Angeles, CA.

Greenberg, M.D. (October, 2009). Patterns of Specialization in Medical Malpractice
      Among Contingency-Fee Attorneys. Invited Board Briefing, Institute for Civil
      Justice, Arlington, VA.



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Greenberg, M.D. (September, 2009). Professional Models for Ethics and Regulation: A
      New Paradigm for Business Management. Invited Presentation to the Ethics and
      Compliance Officers Association Interactive Leadership Forum, Chicago, Illinois.

Greenberg, M.D. (August, 2009). Patient Safety and Medical Malpractice: An Analysis of
      California Data. Invited Presentation to the Board of Governors of The Doctors
      Company, Napa, California.

Greenberg, M. D. (March, 2009). Value Proposition for Privacy in Health Care: Some
      Insights from the U.S. Experience. Invited Conference Presentation, Ontario
      Ministry of Health, Toronto, Ontario.

Greenberg, M. D. (February, 2009). Organizational Justice and Everything After: How
      Empirical Research on Ethics and Compliance Can Contribute to Real Solutions in
      Real Organizations. Invited Conference Presentation, Conference Board Council
      on Corporate Compliance, New York, NY.

Greenberg, M. D. (October, 2008). Patient Safety and Medical Malpractice: An Analysis
      of California Data. Invited Board Briefing, Institute for Civil Justice, Arlington,
      VA.

Garber, S., Greenberg, M. D., Rhodes H., Zhuo X., & Adams J. (September 2008). Do
       Noneconomic Damages Caps and Attorney Fee Limits Reduce Access to Justice for
       Victims of Medical Negligence? Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Conference on
       Empirical Legal Studies, Ithaca, NY.

Greenberg, M. D. (October, 2007). Damage Caps, Attorney Fee Limits, and Access to
      Justice for Medical Malpractice Victims. Invited Board Briefing, Institute for Civil
      Justice, Arlington, VA.

Greenberg, M. D. (October, 2007). Mass Litigation in the United States: Early
      Conceptual Developments. Invited Board Briefing, Institute for Civil Justice,
      Arlington, VA.

Greenberg, M. D. (March, 2007). RC Personnel Readiness Under ARFORGEN. Invited
      Conference Presentation, Senior Defense Analysts’ Review Conference (hosted by
      the RAND Arroyo Center), Arlington, VA.

Greenberg, M. D. (July, 2006). What are the Civil Liability Implications of Maritime
      Terrorist Attacks? Invited Board Briefing, Center for Terrorism Risk Management
      Policy, Arlington, VA.

Greenberg, M. D. (September, 2005). Privacy of Health Information: HIPAA and Beyond.
      Symposium presentation at the 65th Annual Conference of the American Medical
      Writers Association, Pittsburgh, PA.



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Neuhauser, F., Reville, R., Bhattacharya, J., Martin, C., & Greenberg, M. D. (October,
      2002). Measuring the Impact of Occupational Disability: Psychiatric and Chronic
      Impairments. Symposium presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Workers’
      Compensation Research Group, Cambridge, MA.

Greenberg, M. D. (November, 1995). Effects of Comorbid Axis-II Pathology on Outcome
      of Inpatient Treatment for Unipolar Depression. Symposium presentation at the
      29th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy,
      Washington, DC.

Greenberg, M. D. (August, 1993). Issues in the Integration of Science and Practice in the
      Treatment of Depression. Invited panel participant at the 101st Annual Meeting of
      the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Hamilton, J. C., Rooks, S. L., Maloney, K. F., & Greenberg M. D. (November, 1990).
      Preliminary Support for a Self-Awareness Reduction Model of Non-Nutritive
      Eating. Paper presented to the 24th Annual Meeting of the Association for the
      Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, CA.




                                                              Michael D. Greenberg, Page 14
SELECTED PROJECT LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES AND FUNDING:

 Project Title:   Systemic Risk and Fair Value Accounting
 Project Role:    Primary Investigator
        Dates:    July 2010 – January 2012
      Funder:     Goldman Global Markets Institute
     Amount:      $525,000

 Project Title:   Evaluation of AHRQ Patient Safety and Medical Liability Portfolio
 Project Role:    Co-Primary Investigator, RAND subcontract
        Dates:    January 2010 – January 2014
      Funder:     U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
     Amount:      $860,000

 Project Title:   Corporate Ethics and Governance Market Research
 Project Role:    Primary Investigator
        Dates:    October 2008 – October 2009
      Funder:     RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance
     Amount:      $125,700

 Project Title:   Patient Safety and Medical Malpractice in California
 Project Role:    Primary Investigator
        Dates:    October 2007 – May 2010
      Funder:     Consortium of private-sector and non-profit funders (including The
                  Doctors’ Company, CAP-MPT, Californians’ Allied for Patient
                  Protection, and the California Hospital Association)
     Amount:      $325,000

 Project Title:   RC Unit Manning Strategy and Force Retention
 Project Role:    Primary Investigator
        Dates:    October 2006 – September 2007
      Funder:     Arroyo Center FFRDC (U.S. Army)
     Amount:      $450,000

 Project Title:   Issues and Options in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation
 Project Role:    Primary Investigator
        Dates:    August 2006 – May 2007
      Funder:     Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry
     Amount:      $198,200

 Project Title:   Access to Reserve Component Soldiers for Deployment
 Project Role:    Co-Primary Investigator
        Dates:    October 2005 – September 2006
      Funder:     Arroyo Center FFRDC (U.S. Army)
     Amount:      $389,900




                                                             Michael D. Greenberg, Page 15
Project Title:   Maritime Terrorism: Risk and Liability
Project Role:    Primary Investigator
       Dates:    February 2005 – September 2006
     Funder:     Center for Terrorism Risk Management Policy
    Amount:      $295,700

Project Title:   Medical Malpractice “Reform” and Access to Justice
Project Role:    Co-Primary Investigator
       Dates:    October 2004 – September 2006
     Funder:     Institute for Civil Justice
    Amount:      $259,500




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