Jenia Jenab-Wolcott, MD
Dr. Jenab-Wolcott received her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science at the University of Florida where she majored in Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Classical Studies in Greek/Roman Archaeology. She entered the Medical-Scientist Training Program (MSTP) at Tufts School of Medicine, where her doctoral thesis involved the study of DNA repair molecules MSH2 and ATM in cancer biology. She received her MD/PhD degree in 2003. She entered the Yale Traditional Internal Medicine Residency Program and completed her residency in 2006. She worked as a hospitalist attending at Yale New Haven Hospital and subsequently moved to Pennsylvania to begin her fellowship in 2007. She completed her fellowship in hematology/oncology at Hospital of University of Pennsylvania in the summer of 2010, and joined Consultants in Medical Oncology and Hematology in September. She will see patients with general hematology and oncology disorders. Her area of interest is malignancies of the gastrointestinal tract with special expertise in inherited forms of GI malignancies.