Dr. Levine 2022 4 Under 40 Award

Dr. Levine is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Services, Policy & Practice, and Director of the Division of Global Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

Dr. Levine currently serves as the Director for the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs and serves as the Primary Investigator for the Global Emergency Response and Recovery Partner Engagement Cooperative Agreement between International Medical Corps and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is focused on improving international and local capacity for responding to future epidemics and pandemics. In recent years, Dr. Levine has responded to humanitarian emergencies in Haiti, Libya (where he coordinated the effort to build an adequate Ebola facility with the International Medical Corp), South Sudan, and Liberia and has led research and training initiatives in South Asia, East Africa, and West Africa. His own NIH and foundation-funded research focuses on improving the delivery of emergency care in resource-limited settings and during humanitarian emergencies.

He collaborates with faculty at the Navy War College and has spoken throughout Rhode Island about his work. He has attracted faculty and fellows to Rhode Island from around the globe.