Dr. Jason Levine is Associate Director of IT and Clinical Informatics at the NCI/NIH Center for Cancer Research, and Staff Clinician in the Pediatric Oncology Branch. In this capacity Dr. Levine focuses on the development of large-scale systems to manage health-related data for clinical practice and translational research. He oversees a number of programs advancing data interoperability between clinical point-of-care and research platforms, developing robust stat models for applied research, and generating complex queries from large health data sets. Dr. Levine’s team has been recognized by HHS leadership for developing a platform called SCRIBE designed to enable collection of patient-reported outcomes for clinical research and practice. As an avid proponent for applications of patient-generated health data and the quantified self, Dr. Levine advises and has been an invited speaker for numerous public-private healthcare innovation initiatives. He is active in several trans-NIH initiatives focused on health IT: The NIH Translational Research Information Systems Steering Committee, the DOC IT Group, and the NIH Enterprise Performance Lifecycle Tech Review Team. Dr. Levine attended medical school at the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons from 1996 to 2000, and completed his pediatrics residency training at Columbia University's Children's Hospital of New York in June of 2003. He trained as a pediatric hematology/oncology fellow at Children's Hospital Boston and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, completing the fellowship in June of 2006.