About Dr. Wolfman
Dr. Wendy Wolfman has dedicated her entire clinical and academic career to improving the lives of women. She is the Director of the Menopause Clinic and The Premature Ovarian Failure Clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital, part of Sinai Health System. She is also Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Toronto and is currently co-chair of the clinical gynaecology practice guidelines committee for the Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists of Canada. She received her MD from the University of Calgary, her post-graduate training in Calgary, Toronto, and South Carolina. Her current research interests include optimal replacements for patients with premature ovarian failure and transvaginal progesterone in the menopausal woman. Dr. Wolfman also sits on the International Menopause Society.
In her role as the Inaugural Recipient of the Carol Mitchell Chair in Mature Women’s Health, she will increase awareness and educate the medical community. To that end, she runs an annual course for up to 400 physicians and other health professionals and lectures throughout the community to family practitioners.