Anne Rachel Levenson and Peter Nathan Ganong are to be married Sunday by Rabbi Ethan Linden at the Omni Hotel in Jacksonville, Fla.
The couple, both 25, met at Harvard, from which they graduated magna cum laude and where the bridegroom is studying for a Ph.D. in economics.
Ms. Levenson, who is keeping her name, is a second-year medical student at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.
She is the daughter of Dr. Ilene S. Levenson and Dr. Jeffrey H. Levenson, who live and work in Jacksonville. The bride’s father is an ophthalmologist in private practice. Her mother, an internist, practices at Internal Medical Group, an outpatient clinic.
Mr. Ganong is the son of Marilyn Newman and William F. Ganong III of Brookline, Mass. The bridegroom’s mother is a special counsel at the law firm Mintz Levin in Boston. His father is a computer research scientist at Nuance Communications, a software technology company in Burlington, Mass.
The bridegroom is the grandson of the late William F. Ganong, a neuroendocrinologist who became one of the first scientists to trace how the brain controls important internal functions of the body.