Department of Reproductive Medicine

Richard Wolf

Associate Clinical Professor

Division of Perinatal Medicine

Administrative Office:
619-543-6906


DO, University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences 1989

Internship

Naval Hospital

OB/GYN

Oakland, CA 1989-1990

Residency

Naval Hospital

OB/GYN

Oakland, CA 1990-1992

Residency

Tripler Army Medical Center

OB/GYN

Honolulu, HI 1992-1993

Fellowship

Department of Reproductive Medicine

University of California, San Diego

Maternal/Fetal Medicine1997-2000

Telephone

619-543-6906

Email

riwolf@ucsd.edu

Licensure

California 1990

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Obstetrics and Gynecology,1995/2002

ABOG in Maternal-Fetal Medicine 2002-2008

Honors and Awards

A.S. Science "Summa Cum Laude," 1980;

Ralph Goerner Award for Academic Excellence, 1980;

Dean's Scholar, 1980, 1983, 1984;

B.S. Microbiology "With Distinction," 1984;

Student Council Service Award, 1989;

Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship 1986-1989.

Memberships

American Osteopathic Association; 1987

Member, Sigma Sigma Phi, National Osteopathic Honor Fraternity, 1987

Member American Medical Association, 1990

Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, - 1996

Senior Member, American College of Osteopathic Obstetrics and Gynecology; 1996

Member, Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine; 1997

Member, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine; 2000

Lectures

Medical Student Clerkship Series - 1997 to Present

Preterm Labor

Preterm Premature Rupture of Membranes

Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy

Postdates Pregnancy

Fetal Macrosomia

Cardiac Disease in Pregnancy

Common Complications of Pregnancy

OB-Gyn Resident Lecture Series - 1997 to Present

Hypertension and Pre-Eclampsia

Ultrasound of the Fetal Central Nervous System

Inherited Thrombophilia in Pregnancy

Infection in Pregnancy

CREOG Review: General Obstetrics

Ultrasound Principles

Aneuploidy Screening

Bibliography

A. Primary Published or Creative Work

I. Journal Article -

1. Wolf RB, Moise KJ, Brace RA. Antibody-induced anemia in fetal sheep: model for hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn. J Soc Gynecol Investig 2001;8:224-32.

II. Book Chapter -

1. Wolf RB, Moore TR. Amniotic fluid and nonimmune hydrops fetalis. In Fanaroff AA, Martin R J, Eds: Neonatal-perinatal medicine, 7th Ed. St. Louis, Mosby, 2002.

2. Wolf RB, Moore TR. Amniotic fluid and nonimmune hydrops fetalis. In Martin R J, Fanaroff AA, Walsh MC, Eds: Neonatal-perinatal medicine, 8th Ed. St. Louis, Mosby, 2006.

Abstracts

1. Wolf RB. Management of delayed postpartum hemorrhage. Oral presentation at Western Conference on Perinatal Research, 1998.

2. Wolf RB, Kelly TF, Moore TR. Delayed postpartum hemorrhage: factors influencing management. Poster presentation at Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, 18th Annual Meeting, 1998.

3. Wolf RB, Moise KJ, Brace RA. Anti-red cell antibody induced anemia in fetal sheep. Oral presentation at 25th Annual Meeting of the International Fetal and Neonatal Physiological Society, 1998.

4. Wolf RB. Isoimmunization techniques in fetal sheep as an animal model of hemolytic anemia of the fetus. Oral presentation at Western Conference on Perinatal Research, 1999.

5. Wolf RB, Palma RC, Moise KJ, Brace RA. Antibody induced anemia in fetal sheep: a model for isoimmune hemolytic anemia in the human fetus. Poster presentation at Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 19th Annual Meeting, 1999.

6. Wolf RB, Palma RC, Moise KJ, Richter PJ, Brace RA. Fetal response to acute platelet destruction. Poster presentation at Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 19th Annual Meeting, 1999.

7. Wolf RB, Palma RC, Richter PJ, Moise KJ, Brace RA. Hematological effects of anti-red blood cell antibodies in an animal model of hemolytic anemia of the fetus. Poster presentation at Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 46th Annual Meeting, 1999.

8. Wolf RB, Moise KJ, Brace RA. Antibody induced red cell mass reduction in the ovine fetus as a model of isoimmune hemolytic anemia of the fetus. Oral presentation at 26th Annual Meeting of the International Fetal and Neonatal Physiological Society, 1999.

9. Wolf RB, Moise KJ, Brace RA. Ovine fetal red cell mass and hematocrit are reduced by anti-red cell antibody infusion in model of isoimmune hemolytic anemia. Oral presentation at American College of Ob-Gyn - Armed Forces District Annual Meeting, 1999

10. Wolf RB, Cheung CY, Bogic LV. Localized over-expression of the VEGF receptor FLT-1 as a mechanism for preterm premature rupture of the membranes. Oral presentation at Western Conference on Perinatal Research, 2000.

11. Wolf RB, Cheung CY, Bogic LV. VEGF receptor expression is increased at the rupture site in preterm premature rupture of the membranes (PPROM). Poster presentation at Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 20th Annual Meeting, 2000.

12. Wolf RB, Moise KJ, Widness JA, Brace RA. Plasma erythropoietin and iron concentrations in the ovine fetus with immune-induced hemolytic anemia. Poster presentation at Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, 20th Annual Meeting, 2000.

13. Wolf RB, Bogic LV. Increased VEGF gene expression in human fetal membranes as a mechanism for premature spontaneous rupture of the membranes. Oral presentation at Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 47th Annual Meeting, 2000.

14. Bogic LV, Wolf RB. Differential expression of VEGF receptor Flt-1 in ruptured human fetal membranes at term and preterm. Poster presentation at Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 47th Annual Meeting, 2000.

Faculty


Current Fellows in Maternal-Fetal Medicine:

  • Charlotte Conturie
  • Victoria Fratto
  • Tiffany Herrero
  • Jill McCaulley