Bruce Wolf, MD
Dr. Wolf received his BA in English from Amherst College in 1977 and MD degree from the University of Louisville in 1982. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine (Albany Medical Center) and Allergy/Immunology (Memphis).
Dr. Wolf has been an Assistant Clinical Professor at Vanderbilt University for over 30 years. He served on the editorial board of the Journal of Asthma for ten years and has been a reviewer for various journals. He has also published over fifty articles in peer reviewed journals on allergy, asthma, anaphylaxis, and health economics.
An altruist by nature and confronted his entire medical career by the growing needs of the less fortunate led Dr. Wolf to create three nonprofits in the healthcare space: The Dispensary of Hope, Hope Beyond Hope and Friends of Minds. The first two are tasked to help maximize health by facilitating medication access and the latter to help minimize suicide. Out of his passion to change healthcare, Dr. Wolf conceptualized Milligram in 2014. Since then, Milligram has evolved to become a powerful software analytic platform, a disruptive innovation that help self-insured entities and their employees/citizens significantly cut costs and afford medication, leading to better outcomes.
- Medical School: University of Louisville Medical School
- Residency in Internal Medicine: Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
- Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology: University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
- Assistant Clinical Professor, Vanderbilt School of Medicine