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Robert Wolff | Education

Undergraduate School

Princeton University

1970, Princeton, NJ

Medical School

Medical College of Wisconsin

1972, Milwaukee, WI

Medical School

Boston University School of Medicine

1974, Boston, MA

Residency

Pediatrics

Yale Medical Center

1974, New Haven, CT

Residency

Neurology

Boston University Affiliated Neurology Program Residency

1976, Boston, MA

Residency

Pediatrics

Massachusetts General Hospital

1977, Boston, MA

Residency

Pediatric Neurology

Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center

1978, New York, NY

Robert Wolff | Professional History

I have been practicing clinical pediatric neurology since completing my residency at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in 1980. I was previously, for many years, part of a large private practice in the New York City suburb of Westchester County. I feel privileged to have been a member of the neurology staff here at Children’s for now more than eight years.

Robert Wolff | Publications

Neurologists have to be adept at talking a history. Diagnostic accuracy in our field often requires asking the correct questions and making observations. In this regard, I always strive to listen attentively to my patients and their families. Individualizing care is a priority, recognizing that every child and every family has their own unique set of challenges. I encourage my patients and their families to understand as much as they can about their medical condition, so that we work in partnership to optimize care.

I am also very pleased that we have such a wonderfully talented and dedicated group of colleagues here at Boston Children’s Hospital that can be called upon to assist in the care of my patients.

I was a philosophy major in college, but also loved science. I was inspired during medical school to pursue child neurology, and have felt so very fortunate to be in a field that seems to resonate with my interests and personality.