After graduating from New York University's College of Dentistry, Levine served in the United States Naval Reserve spending two years on active duty and retiring as a Captain USNR in 1987. In 1965, after two years of active duty, he pursued private dental practice and was clinical associate professor at NYU's Dental College. In 1976, he became a clinical associate professor of behavioral sciences at NYU. Nine years later he took a position as the coordinator of the Forensic Consultant Unit in the New York State Police Department (NYSPD). In 1986 he became a consultant in forensic odontology for the NYSPD and director of the Forensic Sciences Unit in Albany, N.Y.
Contribution: Forensic Odontologist; Director of the New York State Police Medicolegal Investigations Unit; Investigated the deaths of President John F. Kennedy, Tsar Nicholas II and his family, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Josef Mengele
College Activities: Temple Club, New Bureau, Science Club, WEOS, The Herald
Other Education: New York University (D.D.S., 1963)