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Jeff Levine is a physician in New York City where he studied at the International Center for Photography, the Art Student’s League, and the School of Visual Arts.
His dual career in art and medicine was inspired by physician-artists such as Eliot Porter, Roman Vishniac, and William Carlos Williams. He is affiliated with Beth Israel Hospital, holds the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine.
Jeff has a keen interest in art as applied to medicine and medical education. He lectures across the country on the topic of “Humanistic Medicine, Geriatrics, and Art.” His photographs of human aging have appeared in dozens of textbooks and medical journals, and his award winning photographs have been shown in galleries from coast to coast. He currently has a traveling photography exhibit entitled “Aging Through a Physician’s Lens.” His photos can be viewed at www.levinemdphotos.com.
Jeff likes to quote the poet William Carlos Williams, who wrote in his autobiography, “When they ask me, as of late they frequently do, how I have for so many years continued an equal interest in medicine and the poem, I reply that they amount for me to nearly the same thing.”
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