Ana Alicia Levin, M.D., M.S.
University of California, San Francisco; Ana was born in Salinas, Ca and raised in the West Suburbs of Chicago before moving with her family to a small farm in Ojai, Ca. She majored in Anthropology at UC Berkeley where she developed a passion for food and the many wonders of the Bay Area. The year after college she lived in Argentina where she worked as a bicycle tour guide and volunteered at a family planning clinic in Buenos Aires. As medical student in the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, Ana completed a master’s thesis examining the epidemic of caries and malnutrition among children in Pueblo Kichwa, Ecuador and spent several of her medical school summers living in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Ana is passionate about Latino and immigrant health, women’s health, mental health and chronic pain management. She loves dancing, cooking, and spending time with family, friends, and her dog Lupe.
Alumni Year: 2020