Dr. Hagai Levine

Hagai Levine is an epidemiologist, public health physician and faculty member of the Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine.

His main research scope is to study determinants of human health and disease applying a multidisciplinary perspective, aiming for prevention.

Primary focal areas are:

  • Male reproduction and environmental factors, specifically pesticides exposure;
  • Smoking and environmental tobacco smoking determinants and outcomes;
  • Epidemiology and control of infectious diseases;
  • Environmental health policy.

Hagai is the PI together with Jeremy Kark of the Center’s project: Pesticide Exposure and Endocrine Health Outcomes in Palestinian and Israeli Male Residents of Jerusalem.