Lewis Berman, Ph.D.
Vice President

Lewis Berman is an accomplished innovator in strategies, principles, methodologies, and processes for health information technology and community-based studies. He enhances ICF’s support to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with his expertise in public health, real-time data capture, epidemiologic health study and operations, survey research, and quality improvement and assurance. Most recently, Dr. Berman held the position of deputy director for the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey operated by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), where he was responsible for international, state, and local community health survey consultations. He also led the methodological research into dried blood spot collection, home health examinations, and specimen collection.

Dr. Berman is an accomplished writer and presenter on health issues, and he has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree and a doctorate in Computer Science and Public Health from George Washington University. He also completed a fellowship in eGovernment from the Council for Excellence in Government.

Insights by Lewis Berman, Ph.D.

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Chasing down pediatric cancer: Big data and the race towards better care
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Weighting non-probability and probability sample surveys
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Using UI/UX design principles to improve smartphone-based informed consent
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To reduce the global cancer burden, we need to improve local research and data infrastructure
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A Novel Approach for Conveniently and Securely Collecting Personal Health Data
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