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Ruth Levine, M.D. (2007)
Professor (School of Medicine)
Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Dr. Ruth E. Levine is the Clarence Ross Miller Professor of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine and Director of Undergraduate Education in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UTMB. She is also the current Director of the UTMB Academy of Master Teachers. She has been a faculty member since 1991. In addition to an intensive teaching schedule, Dr. Levine maintains an established outpatient practice within the Psychiatry department with a specific interest in mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Levine is also a certified therapist in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy since 1995. She was born in Albany, New York. Her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts was received from the University of Texas in 1983 when she graduated with honors. Her Doctorate of Medicine was received from UTMB in 1987. Dr. Levine completed a one-year internship in Internal Medicine at UTMB, followed by a three-year psychiatric residency at Boston University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Levine maintains memberships in several scientific societies. These include the American Psychiatric Association, the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, the Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians, the Titus Harris Society, and the Association of Women Psychiatrists. She is also on the Executive Council of the Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry and the Team Based Learning Collaborative. Dr. Levine has been the recipient of numerous honors. Some of these have included Nancy C.A. Roeske Award given by the American Psychiatric Association, The “Class of 1947” Award for Excellence in Education, The Dean’s Award for Teaching Achievement at UTMB, the Gender Equity Award presented by UTMB’s student branch of the American Medical Women’s Association, and the medical student teaching award presented by the UTMB Department of Psychiatry. Her scholarly contributions are numerous and include articles in peer-reviewed journals, chapters, books, educational materials, abstracts and professional presentations.

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