Adam Levine, MD, MPH

Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Services, Policy & Practice, he/him/his
Gender Identity Male
Racial and/or Ethnic Identity White, Jewish, Latino
Sexual Orientation Pan


Dr. Adam C. Levine is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Services, Policy and Practice at 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, whose mission is to promote a just, peaceful, and secure world by furthering a deeper understanding of human rights and humanitarian challenges around the globe, and encouraging collaboration between local communities, academics, and practitioners to develop innovative solutions to these challenges. He also serves as the Chief of the Division of Global Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Levine received his Medical Doctorate from the University of California, San Francisco and his Masters of Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley before completing specialty training in Emergency Medicine and Humanitarian Studies at Harvard University. He has previously led research and training initiatives in East and West Africa and South and South-East Asia. His own NIH, CDC, and foundation-funded research focuses on improving the delivery of emergency care in resource-limited settings and during humanitarian emergencies.