Wolfe's research focuses on intergenerational contact, resilience, perceptions of aging, slowing and cognition as people age. Overarching themes in Wolfe's writings are public health, health disparities, resilience, and tele-health.
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Notes that spirituality plays a significant role with regards to coping/surviving strategies and aging.
Notes that emerging data suggests that minorities are disproportionately affected by these premature chronic conditions, yet few studies have examined these chronic conditions for older adults who are HIV positive. Examines older adults’ views on behavioral and social factors that promote and/or hamper wellness as people with HIV age.
Notes that community and university collaborators, with shared vision and principles, can effectively work together to plan innovative, large-scale community-based research that serves community needs and priorities. Finds that sustainable, effective models are needed to realize NIH’s mandate for meaningful translation.