Center Co-Principal Investigator, Steering Committee Member
Bryce B. Reeve, PhD, is the Director of the Center for Health Measurement and a Professor within the Population Health Sciences Department at Duke University School of Medicine. His work focuses on enhancing the application of patient-reported data in clinical research and practice to improve the quality of care for pediatric and adult cancer patients. This includes the development of patient-reported questionnaires using qualitative and quantitative methodologies and integration of patient-reported data in research and healthcare delivery to inform decision-making.
From 2000 to 2010, Dr. Reeve served as Program Director at the U.S. National Cancer Institute. In that role, he was instrumental in the development and support for the PROMIS and the PRO-CTCAE initiatives. He joined the University of North Carolina in 2010 where he led an active program conducting research in pediatric and adult populations with cancer and other diseases. He moved to Duke University in 2017 and currently serves or has served as PI on two NIH-funded R01 grants, a NIH U01 grant, a NIH U19 grant, a NIH R25 grant, and a PCORI-funded contract in addition to being the Co-PI of the Duke center within the PEPR consortium.
Dr. Reeve recently served as President of the International Society for Quality of Life Research. He is a member of the ALLIANCE’s Health Outcomes Committee. In 2015, he received the John Ware and Alvin Tarlov Career Achievement Prize in Patient-Reported Outcomes Measures. Dr. Reeve loves chocolate and red wine.