- ABMS Certification:
- Internal Medicine
- Research Interests:
Cancer prevention, Substance abuse prevention, Medical education, Clinical preventive medicine
- Clinical Practice:
- Internal Medicine, Primary Care
Andrew Wolf, MD, FACP, is a primary care physician and associate professor of medicine at UVA. He is also an associate program director of the UVA Internal Medicine Residency Program and directs its primary care track, helping train the next generation of internists.
Born in Connecticut and raised in Fairfax County, Virginia, Wolf earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard College and his medical degree from UVA. He completed a residency in internal medicine at Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. After completing his training, he joined the faculty at Boston University. He returned to UVA in 1993.
In addition to his clinical and teaching work, Wolf is involved in early cancer detection research. He is a member of the American Cancer Society’s Guideline Development Group, through which he co-authored the ACS breast cancer and lung cancer screening guidelines and chaired the committees that developed its colorectal and prostate cancer screening guidelines.
Married with two grown children, Tyler and Katie, Wolf is an avid soccer player and competes with the local over-40 soccer league.
- 2015-2020 Best Doctors in America® List
- University of Virginia, 1984
- Internal Medicine, Rhode Island Hospital and Brown University