Jeremy Levin is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT).
Currently, he is majoring in Biomedical Engineering and pursuing a minor in Russian Studies. Levin is originally from Lilburn, GA, where he attended Parkview High School, and after graduating as valedictorian of his class in 2018, he moved to Atlanta to study at GT. Upon taking a design thinking class his first semester at Georgia Tech, he was introduced to the entrepreneurial mindset, the design process, and, later, the University Innovation Fellows.
At Georgia Tech, Levin serves as the Industry Chair of the Biomedical Engineering Society, and he is always working on creating new events to help connect BME students to the industry and build the reputation of the GT BMES. Levin also works as a FOCUS Tutor in the BME department. As a tutor, he helps students who struggle with classes such as Conservation Principles and Biomechanics.