Sara Levintow, PhD



Sara is an epidemiologist who has conducted pharmacoepidemiologic studies using healthcare data for the last three years. She worked as a research fellow at NoviSci while earning her PhD in epidemiology at UNC-Chapel Hill. Her primary research interests are infectious disease transmission and clinical outcomes, and her doctoral dissertation combined epidemiologic methods with mathematical modeling to study HIV transmission.

At NoviSci, Sara leads pharmacoepidemiologic studies, contributing expertise to all aspects of the research project. Sara is also passionate about learning and teaching the programming language R. In addition to her role at NoviSci, Sara is a research associate at the UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Epidemiology.

In her free time, Sara enjoys running and biking on the American Tobacco Trail and venturing to the North Carolina coast to spend time with family.