- Lecturer in Sociology
- Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco
Office: Stevenson 2084
Areas of Expertise
Qualitative research, Medical Sociology, Pharmaceuticals, Social control, Health policy
Dr. Nicole Wolfe is a Medical Sociologist with extensive research experience working on qualitative and mixed methods projects. She has directed research studies in a broad range of areas including pharmaceuticals and clinical trials, illegal substance use and abuse, occupational safety, and women’s health. She also completed a systematic review of policy interventions aimed at reducing exposure to environmental hazards. Dr. Wolfe’s dissertation was a qualitative case study of the development and promotion of the Gardasil vaccine.
- SOCI 300: Sociological Research Methods
- SOCI 340/ CCJS 350: Drugs and Society
- SOCI 452: Methods Seminar: Health Care and Illness
- Wolfe, N., Gøtzsche, P., Bero, L. (2013) Strategies for obtaining unpublished drug trial data: A qualitative interview study. Systematic Reviews, 2(31). http://www.systematicreviewsjournal.com/content/2/1/31
- Kelly, K., Wolfe, N., Gibson, M.J., Feinberg, L. (2013). Listening to Family Caregivers: The Need to Include Caregiver Assessment in Medicaid Home and Community-Based Service Programs. AARP Public Policy Institute, Washington DC.
- Showstack, J., Wolfe, N. (2011). A retrospective review of the chronic care programs of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Final report for The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.