Mitchell Arnold Levine
Professor, Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact

Education and Professional Standing
Mitchell Levine received his medical degree from the University of Calgary which was followed by postgraduate training in Internal Medicine (FRCPC) and Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Toronto. He received an MSc degree in Clinical Epidemiology from McMaster University.

Mitchell Levine is the Assistant Dean for the graduate program in Health Research Methodology in the Faculty of Health Sciences. He is a Professor of Health Research Methods, Evidence & Impact and cross-appointed as a Professor of Medicine in the division of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology at McMaster University. He is a consultant physician in Internal Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology at St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation in Hamilton.

From 2016 to 2021 Mitchell served as the Chair of the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board and as a Deputy Head in the Government of Canada. He is also a pharmacoeconomic consultant to the Ontario & Public Drug Programs. He is a Deputy Editor for the Critical Appraisal Process and an Associate Editor for the ACP Journal Club.

Research Interests
Assessing prescription drug use in the community and developing methods for promoting cost-effective use of drug therapy are Mitchell’s principal research interests. This involves collecting data on how drugs are used in the community setting, and the impact they have on health care resource use and on patient quality of life.
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