German physician; born at Lauterburg, Alsace, March 5, 1864; educated at the universities of Strasburg, Heidelberg, and Paris (M.D.1887). Settling in Strasburg, he became privatdocent in hygiene at the university there in 1891 and assistant professor in 1897.
Levy has written several monographs and essays in the German and French medical journals, and is the author also of the two following works: "Grundriss der Klinischen Bacteriologie," Berlin, 1894 (2d ed. 1898); "Bacteriologischer Leitfaden," Strasburg, 1897 (2d ed. 1901).
- Pagel, Biog. Lex.