Dr. Kate Wolin is an epidemiologist whose research focuses on the role of lifestyle in reducing risk of chronic diseases, like cancer, and on improving outcomes after a disease diagnosis. Much of her academic research has focused on the role exercise and obesity play in developing cancer and outcomes after a cancer diagnosis. She is a frequent presenter on wellness in community settings and news media (including the Dr. Oz show and Second Opinion).
Dr. Wolin obtained her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Tufts University. She earned her doctorate in epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, with minors in biostatistics and health behavior. After completing a fellowship in cancer epidemiology at Northwestern University, she joined the faculty at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Siteman Cancer Center. In 2013, Dr. Wolin accepted Loyola’s invitation and will serve as an Associate Professor in the Departments of Public Health Sciences & Surgery; her research will focus on cancer prevention and survivorship.
For more information about Dr. Wolin, please visit her web site: drkatewolin.com