Dr. Eva Wolf, M.P.H., is the Director of Clinical Research at MUC Research GmbH and MVZ München am Goetheplatz in Munich. Having earned a degree in physics, she passed an extra occupational postgraduate course in Public Health and Epidemiology at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, obtaining the Master of Public Health. In 2011, she completed her doctorate studies in Health Technology Assessment (HTA) at the Institute for Public Health, Medical Decision Making and Health Technology Assessment at UMIT (University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology) in Hall /Tirol.
Key aspects of her work are conceptualization and coordination of research projects, the statistical planning and analysis of clinical studies, and medical writing (of abstracts and posters, manuscripts, presentations and clinical study reports).
Dr Wolf is a member of HIV-GRADE e.V. (Genotypic Resistance-Algorithm Deutschland), an affiliation of virologists and scientists with the aim of building resistance algorithms in the fields of HIV, hepatitis B and C. She is also a member of InXFo, an interdisciplinary panel of experts in the fields of HIV and hepatitis hosting an interactive online information platform and service to address and discuss various medical questions.
In addition, Dr Wolf is a member of dagnä e.V. (Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft ambulant tätiger Ärztinnen und Ärzte für Infektionskrankheiten und HIV-Medizin e. V.) as well as DAIG e.V. (Deutsche AIDS Gesellschaft).