Dr. Marshall Wolf – Eminent Medical Educator, Cardiologist, Internal Medicine Expert. Biography.
Dr. Wolf has mentored thousands of leading physicians and served as “physicians’ primary care physician” – to many doctors, academics, and people from every walk of life in the United States. Biography and Introduction:
– Hello from Boston! We are with Dr. Marshall Wolf, who is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Senior Physician and Director Emeritus of Medical Residency Programs at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Dr. Wolf graduated from Harvard College and obtained his MD from Harvard Medical School. He then completed residency in internal medicine at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston. Dr. Wolf was then a research associate in biochemistry at National Institutes of Health and a fellow in cardiology at West Roxbury VA Hospital and Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Wolf’s most distinguished career over the last 50 years at Harvard Medical School’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital has included many leadership positions, including Associate Physician-in-Chief, Vice Chairman of Medical Education, and Director of Medical training. Dr. Wolf is a recipient of many awards. He received Harvard Dental and Medical School Excellence in Mentoring award, for which he was nominated by over 3,000 students, residents, and faculty from the Harvard medical community. Dr. Wolf also received Distinguished Medical Educator Award by Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, and Internist of the Year Award of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Over more than 50 years Dr. Wolf has trained and mentored several thousand physicians, many of whom have taken leadership positions in the United States and internationally, and have transformed the practice of medicine and made outstanding contributions to public health. Dr. Wolf is duly recognized as one of the preeminent medical educators in the world. – Dr. Wolf, hello and welcome! – Thank you!