Professor Wolf joined Nova Southeastern University in May of 2014 as an Assistant Professor in the Physician Assistant Program.
Professor Wolf received her undergraduate degree in nutritional science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While at UW-Madison she was a member of the varsity lightweight crew team and a national champion. Working closely with the athletic department’s medical staff and other student athletes, she was inspired to pursue a career as a physician assistant within the orthopedic field. She completed her physician assistant training at Pace University in New York an obtained a Master’s of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
Since 2009, Professor Wolf has worked as a physician assistant within the orthopedic field with a focus on sports medicine. In addition to her clinical work, she previously guest lectured the PA Programs at Pace University and Nova Southeastern University-Jacksonville. She is delighted to have the opportunity to share her clinical experiences with the students and is committed to their long term growth and development.
Professor Wolf is a native to Florida and strong supporter of volunteer work. She is an active member of the Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program and Junior League of Jacksonville. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, running, yoga and enjoying the great outdoors.