Corri Wolf is certified from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and the Commission on Dietetic Registration. She has researched and published about topics such as obesity, diverticulitis, student attitudes, and admissions practices, and was awarded a grant from the Allen Foundation to create a web-based nutrition education program for health profession students. She continues to work clinically in a private gastroenterology practice in Long Island. Previously, she provided medical care at a private practice for internal medicine and at Bellevue Hospital Center.
Corri earned her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from the University of the Cumberlands, her M.S. degree in Clinical Nutrition from Hunter College, as well as her Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Bachelor of Science in Health Science (with a physician assistant certificate) from Syracuse University and Long Island University, respectively.
2014-2015; $50,000, Principal Investigator, Web-Based Nutrition Education for Health Profession Students, Allen Foundation.
Wolf, C., Ahmed, A.Z., Schmidt, G. and Winter, S., 2020. Predictors of Attrition Among Accelerated and Traditional Physician Assistant Students. The Journal of Physician Assistant Education, 31(4), pp.204-206.
Hayes S., Wolf C., Labbé S., Peterson E., and Murray S. Primary healthcare providers' roles and responsibilities: A qualitative exploration of 'who does what' in the treatment and management of persons affected by obesity. Journal of Communication in Healthcare (2017): 1-10.
Wolf, C. The Effect of the Graduate Record Examination on Minority Applications Experience at New York Institute of Technology. Journal of Allied Health 43.4 (2014): 65E-67E.
Wolf C. Exploring the Sexual Attitudes of Physician Assistant Students and its Implications for Obtaining a Sexual History. Journal of Physician Assistant Education, 2012; 23(4):30-34.
Wolf C. Physician Assistants’ Attitudes about Obesity and Obese Individuals. J Allied Health, 2012; 41(2):e45-e48.
Wolf C. Diverticulitis: The Relationship between Body Mass Index and Disease Location, Complications and Recurrence. Gastroenterology Nursing Journal. 2012;35 (1).
Wolf C. Physician Assistant Students’ Attitudes about Obesity and Obese Individuals. Journal of Physician Assistant Education. 2010; 21(4):37-40.
Honors and Awards
Distinguished Scholarship Award, NYIT School of Health Professions, 2012
ISRC Grant Awarded 2009; Obesity and Diverticulitis: The Relationship between Body Mass Index and Disease Location, Recurrence and Complications.