Associate Program Director
Dr. Carmen Wolfe is originally from Brandon, Mississippi. She received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt with a double major in Biological Sciences and East Asian Studies. After graduating, she moved to Beijing to study traditional Chinese medicine, and then returned to Vanderbilt for medical school as a Canby Robinson scholar. She completed her residency training at the UCLA/Olive View Emergency Medicine training program in Los Angeles where she served as a chief resident. Her path then brought her back to Nashville once again to join the Vanderbilt Department of Emergency Medicine faculty where she now serves as an Associate Program Director, focusing on developing a niche in medical education. In her free time, Dr. Wolfe enjoys spending time with her family exploring the outdoors, with a special love for rock climbing in various locations across the Southeast.
Carmen Wolfe, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine