Dr Brooke Levis completed a BSc in Neuroscience and MSc and PhD degrees in Epidemiology, all at McGill University. She is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Prognosis Research, Keele University, working with Professor Richard Riley. Dr. Levis’ research interests include a clinical focus on mental health assessment and a methodological focus on test evaluation and prognosis via individual participant data meta-analysis (IPDMA). Since 2012, Dr Levis has helped lead the development of the DEPRESsion Screening Data (DEPRESSD) Project (, which uses an IPDMA approach to evaluate evidence on the accuracy of depression screening tools, and she is now a member of the project steering committee. She is also a member of the WHO’s Zika virus Individual Participant Data Consortium and of several groups developing reporting guidelines and quality assessment tools for test evaluation, prediction, and IPDMA.

Research and scholarship

  • Mental health assessment
  • Test evaluation
  • Prognosis
  • Individual participant data meta-analysis

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