PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2003
MHS, Johns Hopkins University, 1995
BA, Bucknell University, 1991
Jennifer Wolff is a gerontologist and health services researcher who studies family caregiving and optimal models of care delivery for adults with complex health needs. She is interested in understanding how the composition and experience of family caregivers is changing over time, how family caregivers navigate the medical system to facilitate health care for the individuals to whom they provide assistance, and the role of the medical community in supporting family caregivers. Dr. Wolff is a core member of the Roger C. Lipitz Center for Integrated Health Care, the Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research (CHSOR), the Center on Aging and Health (COAH), and the Center on Innovative Care in Aging. She holds a joint appointment in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology.
Honors and Awards
2012-2013 Atlantic Philanthropies Health and Aging Policy Fellow
2002 Marilyn Bergner Award in Health Services Research
Delta Omega Honor Society