November 3, 2021



Online Event


Nadia Juzych 
Southeast Michigan Center for Continuing Medical Education 


2021-2022 Hot Topics Lecture Series

Lessons Learned and Remembered from COVID-19

presented by
Dr. Phillip D. Levy, MD, MPH, FAHA, FACC

Edward S. Thomas Endowed Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Vice President for Translational Science and Clinical Research Innovation - Wayne State University
Chief Innovation Officer - Wayne Health

Wednesday November 3, 2021 
12-1pm EST via zoom

Phillip D. Levy Bio

Phillip Levy, MD, MPH is the Edward S Thomas endowed Professor at Wayne State University where he currently serves as Assistant Vice President for Translational Sciences and Clinical Research Innovation. In addition, Dr. Levy is the Chief Innovation Officer for Wayne Health. Dr. Levy is a Fellow of multiple professional societies including the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the American Heart Association (AHA), and the American College of Cardiology (ACC). Dr. Levy is a leading cardiovascular disease researcher who has overseen more than 110 funded studies from various entities since his arrival at Wayne State in 2002 including the CDC, AHA and NIH. He has an h-index of 41 with more than 250 published manuscripts and textbook chapters, and has been an invited lecturer on cardiovascular disease and other healthcare topics more than 300 times.

Since March 2020, Dr. Levy has been leading WSU’s COVID-19 testing program and has overseen the development of its mobile testing platform. In addition, Dr. Levy is leading Wayne State’s PHOENIX project which seeks to create a fully integrated platform that combines comprehensive patient level health information with a broad range of social determinants, streamlining the ability of researchers, foundations, funders, and community members to identify upstream targets for intervention and passively track downstream outcome benefit.