Woolf, Alan D(avid)

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WOOLF, Alan D(avid)

WOOLF, Alan D(avid). American, b. 1950. Genres: Medicine/Health. Career: Duke University, Durham, NC, intern, 1976-77, junior assistant resident in pediatrics, 1977-78, senior assistant resident, 1978-79, Robert Wood Johnson fellow in general pediatrics and attending physician at university hospital, 1981-83; Harvard University, Medical School, Boston, MA, instructor, 1983-87, assistant professor, 1988-92, associate professor of pediatrics, 1993-. Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners, American Board of Pediatrics, and American Board of Medical Toxicology; Cambridge Hospital, member of courtesy staff and National Health Service Corps pediatrician, 1979-81; Children's Hospital, Boston, MA, staff pediatrician and attending physician, 1983-98, assistant in ambulatory pediatrics, 1983-88, associate in general pediatrics, 1988-93, associate director of Pediatric Lead and Toxicology Clinic, 1994-97, codirector of Pediatric Environmental Health Center, 1998-, director of Massachusetts Poison Control System, 1987-99, director of Regional Poison Center Serving Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1998-. New England Injury Prevention Research Center, member of core faculty, 1987-89, 1998-; Visiting professor at US universities; member of advisory boards. Publications: (with M. Kenna and H. Shane) The Children's Hospital Guide to Your Child's Health and Development, 2000. Contributor to medical textbooks. Contributor to professional journals. Address: General Pediatrics, Children's Hospital, 1295 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115, U.S.A.

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