Mark D. Levine, MD, FACEP

Mark Levine, MD, FACEP, is an associate professor in the Division of Emergency Medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree from Washington University in 1991 and his medical degree from New York University in 1996. He completed residency in emergency medicine from MetroHealth Medical Center/The Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland.

Levine’s interests are in emergency medical services, pain control, international medicine, and medical student education. He is the medical director for the St. Louis Fire Department and clerkship director for the third- and fourth-year emergency medicine student electives. He has organized and run multiple medical education seminars in La Paz, Bolivia, over the last three years.

His personal interests involve travel, reading, raising his dogs, and running, having completed his second half-marathon recently.