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Maurice Levine, American physician. Recipient Dolly Cohen award for distinguished university teaching U. Cincinnati, 1970. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology (examiner 1945-1950).


Levine, Maurice was born on June 10, 1902 in Cincinnati. Son of Louis and Esther Levine.


Bachelor of Arts, University Cincinnati, 1923, Master of Arts in Psychology, 1924. Doctor of Medicine Johns Hopkins, 1928. Graduate Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1937.


Junior intern in surgery Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada, 1927. Intern in medicine Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1928-1929, resident in psychiatry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, 1929-1932. Instructor psychiatry Johns Hopkins, 1929-1932.

Assistant professor psychiatry U. Cincinnati College Medicine, 1933-1944, associate professor, 1944-1946, lecturer abnormal psychology Evening College, 1933-1946, lecturer psychiatry School Public Administration, 1934-1936, professor psychiatry, director department, 1947-1971. Director psychiatry service Cincinnati General Hospital, 1947-1971, Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, 1947-1971. Faculty Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1942-1971.

Consultant psychiatrist, member dean’s committee Cincinnati Veterans Administration Hospital. Consultant psychiatrist Jewish, Drake, Dunham, Children’s Convalescent hospitals, Visiting professor psychiatry U. Washington Graduate School, summer 1944. Director Central Psychiatric Clinic of Community Chest, 1947-1971.

Samuel D. Gross lecturer U. Louisville, 1945. Eli Moschowitz lecturer Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, 1952. Frank L. Weil lecturer relgion and humanities Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, 1968-1969.

Consultant to surgeon general United States Public Health Service, 1950-1958, nat. advisory mental health council National Institute for Mental Health, 1953-1957. Board of directors Institute for Intercultural Studies, New York City, 1965-1971.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Psychotherapy in Medical Practice, 1942 (also Swedish, Spanish and Yugoslav edits.) Co-editor: Psychiatry and Medical Education, 1952. Member editorial board Journal American Psychoanalytic Association, 1951-1953. Member editorial advisory board Journal Nervous and Mental Disease, 1960-1966.

      Member international editorial board Mind and Medicine (monograph series), 1962-1971. Contributor articles to medical journals, chapters to books.


Fellow American Psychiatric Association life, executive council 1953-1956), American Orthopsychiat, Association (life). Member of the American Medical Association, Group for Advancement Psychiatry, American, International psychoanalytic associations, Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Society (president 1967-1968), Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, Society for Applied Anthropology, American Psychosomatic Association (council 1948-1951), Cincinnati Society for Neurology and Psychiatry (president 1946-1947), Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha.


Married Diana Bailen, August 12, 1934. Children: Ann (Mistress.

Louis Levine

Esther Levine

Diana Bailen

Ann (Mrs Levine