Dr. Brian Greenlee attended Marshal University on a full tuition scholarship and the Babb academic scholarship where he studied Chemistry. He then proceeded to Marshall Medical school on the Joan C. Edwards Scholarship. After matriculating from medical school, he attended Yale University to begin his psychiatric training. He then attended the University of Kentucky where he completed his training. He received the Resident Teacher of the Year Award and the Psychiatric Research Award.
Dr. Greenlee went on to complete a neuropsychiatry fellowship at Dartmouth College. While there, he received the Young Investigator Award. He completed research on epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and acquired brain injury while at Dartmouth. He then returned to the University of Kentucky where he received the Clinical Clerkship Teaching Award and the Resident Teacher of the Year Award.
While an assistant professor at UK, he performed duties as Associate Training Director, the Neuropsychiatry Clinic Director, Director of Emergency Psychiatric Service, Director of Consultation-Liaison and was a psychiatrist on the acute psychiatric ward. He also consulted at Cardinal Hill acquired brain injury unit.
Dr. Greenlee left the university to care for residents at Oakwood and has since ran his own private practice. He most recently returned to the University of Kentucky where he served multiple roles including the interim director for the acquired brain injury unit.
His interests include movement disorders, memory disorders, acquired brain injury, the neuropsychiatric aspects of epilepsy and mood and anxiety disorders.