Caleb Banta-Green is a Principal Research Scientist at the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, an Affiliate Associate Professor at the School of Public Health and Affiliate Faculty at the Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center at the University of Washington. He conducts research and provides community and professional technical assistance on opioid use disorder treatment and opioid overdose interventions. He is currently analyzing data from an NIH funded clinical trial on opioid overdose prevention and has recently started at clinical trial to test an opioid use disorder treatment intervention for those released from prison. He is evaluating a HHS SAMHSA funded community based overdose prevention intervention and working with the Washington Department of Health on developing opioid overdose surveillance systems. He has been the Seattle representative to the NIH NIDA drug epidemiology workgroup since 2001. In 2012 he served as the Senior Science Advisory in the White House drug policy office working on opioid overdose prevention.