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Dr. Wolff is an associate professor of International Health at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSPH) and a Senior Fellow at Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a non-profit international public health management consulting company. At BUSPH Dr. Wolff teaches courses on Maternal and Child Health in Developing Countries, Program Design for Global Health, and Program Implementation for Global Health. He was the program director for a certificate course taught with colleagues from MSH, Leading Organizations to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals. He was also the co-director for the Boston University School of Public Health T-5 program in partnership with the Public Health Foundation of India and the Indian Council for Medical Research. He is also the a member of the partnership between Boston University, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Care Improvement, and the Muhimbili University for Health and Allied Sciences for faculty and curriculum development. Dr. Wolff is also the faculty representative for the field practice program for the Department on International Health. Dr. Wolff is also a practicing Emergency Physician at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts.