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On staff since July 2012
Research Center: Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development
"I am dedicated to improving the health of children in Seattle and worldwide. I enjoy helping families overcome the challenges of acute and chronic illnesses."
Dr. Wolf researches the impact of vaccine-preventable illnesses, particularly in vulnerable pediatric populations in the developing world. Her specific interests include measles, pertussis and HIV. She teaches pediatric residents at the Pediatric Care Center (UWMC-Roosevelt Clinic).
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