Dr. Wolf obtained a B.S. in Biology and Psychology from Tufts University in 1984, attended the University of Michigan Medical School until 1988, and completed his residency at Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital in 1993, following up with a fellowship at Yale University in neuroradiology in 1994. Dr. Wolf is a Diplomate of The American Board of Radiology and is currently licensed in RI, MA, and MI. Although he has authored and co-authored several published scientific papers, The Hungarian Papillon: Dad’s Story is his first venture into the literary sector. He also has experience with public speaking, having delivered lectures about cerebral MRA during Grand Rounds at several hospitals in New England.
Robert J. Wolf, MD was born in Detroit in 1962 and raised in the nearby suburb of Mount Clemens, MI. The bright and precocious only child of Dr. and Mrs. Ervin Wolf, he enjoyed a close-knit family. The son of Jewish immigrants from Hungary, and the only child of parents without siblings and, therefore, the only grandchild, he attended public schools and graduated from Mount Clemens High School in 1980, where he excelled academically, earned nine letters in four sports, and was named class Salutatorian. He studied piano for eight years and was actively involved with fundraisers, a member of the yearbook and newspaper staff, and was captain of the swim team for two years. He and his tennis doubles partner were named all-state in Michigan their senior year and received a state Certificate of Recognition for their sports column.
With 31 years of experience in Diagnostic Radiology, he is now semiretired, working part- time from home reading X-rays and MRI studies and currently resides in Coconut Creek, Florida. He can be reached:
- email at Robert@RobertJWolfMD.com
- LinkedIn at RobertJWolfMD
- Twitter @RobertJWolfMD
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/robertjwolfmd/
You may find him at the health club or on the golf course in his free time, as well as at concerts and ballgames. His other interests include science, history, travel, humor, and nutrition. He has interviewed high school students in Michigan applying to Tufts University, and in 2014, helped run a large, successful fundraiser to benefit the Why Me? Foundation in Worcester, MA. He routinely donates to this important organization, as well as to ORT America and his childhood temple in Mount Clemens.