Professional Background: D.O., Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2001
Office: CIRC 312, 1719 6th Ave S, Birmingham AL 35294-0021
Epilepsy Center Phone: 205.934.3866
Epilepsy Center FAX: 205.975.6255
Sleep Center Phone: 205.930.7114
Sleep Center FAX: 205.930.8225
Dr. DeWolfe is a native of Jacksonville, Florida where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Music from Jacksonville University. She earned her D.O. degree from Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed an internship at Michigan State University at Bi-County and Henry Ford Hospitals. Her Neurology residency was completed at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, followed by a fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology, Epilepsy Track then additional training in Sleep Medicine.
Dr. DeWolfe joined the UAB faculty in 2006 as Assistant Professor of Neurology. She serves as Director of the Birmingham Veterans Affairs Sleep Center that she founded in 2007, overseeing the clinical care of veterans with sleep disorders and BVAMC sleep research. Later that year, she established the UAB Women with Epilepsy Clinic, focusing on women's issues in epilepsy, including pregnancy, catamenial epilepsy and bone health. She was appointed Director of the UAB Neurology Sleep Services in 2008 and Scientist in the UAB Comprehensive Neuroscience Center in 2009. Dr. DeWolfe teaches epilepsy and sleep medicine to medical students, residents, and fellows. She is a faculty lecturer for many departments at UAB, outside academic institutions, regional and national organizations. She sees epilepsy patients at The Kirklin Clinic and sleep patients at the UAB Sleep/Wake Disorders Center at UAB Highlands Hospital.
Dr. DeWolfe is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified in Neurology (2006), Sleep Medicine (2009), and Clinical Neurophysiology (2011).
Subspecialty: Epilepsy, Sleep Medicine
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