Rebekah Green, PA-C was raised in Mustang, Oklahoma and lived in Edmond and Norman before finally settling in Moore, OK. Rebekah discovered her combined passions for patient care and medical research while working in clinical research and as a phlebotomist as she pursued her Bachelor‘s degree from the University of Oklahoma. She completed an undergraduate research internship through OUHSC and coauthored the article, Role of the Skp1 prolyl-hydroxylation/glycosylation pathway in oxygen dependent submerged development of Dictyostelium during her sophomore year of college. After completing a B.S. in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Chemistry, she spent a year researching cellular neurobiology at OU, coauthoring the paper, AP180 couples protein retrieval to clathrin-mediated endocytosis of synaptic vesicles. She then continued her education, attaining her Master’s degree from University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center graduating in 2014 from the Physician Associate Program. After graduation, Rebekah worked in urgent care in the OKC metro before transitioning to allergy and asthma so she could spend more time caring for her patients and working to get to the root of what is keeping them from living life to the fullest. Rebekah is thrilled to be at the Oklahoma Institute of Allergy and Asthma where she is able to simultaneously pursue her passion in continuing clinical research while providing the utmost care and compassion for her patients every day.
Rebekah enjoys swimming, sunshine, cooking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends