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Molly Wolf, MD
Dr. Wolf is a second-year fellow in the Harvard combined pulmonary and critical care fellowship. She graduated from the University of Michigan in molecular biology, and then went to medical school at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester. She completed a combined residency in pediatrics and internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston before starting her fellowship. She has an academic interest in e-cigarette health effects, and has completed pulmonary grand rounds on this topic. She is planning to focus her research time on training in clinical trials.