Dr. David Wolf joined WBI in 2016 as the Vice President of Technology Development, leading WBI’s efforts in developing grant support for its green innovation initiatives. Dr. Wolf holds a Bachelor’s degree with Honors in Physics from Brooklyn College of the CUNY and a Masters and Doctorate degree in Physics from Cornell University. After his graduate training, Dr. Wolf served as a National Cancer Institute Postdoctoral Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University, which led to a twenty-five year career as a Professor of Physiology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and Senior Scientist at the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology. From there, Dr. Wolf led scientific teams in the life sciences industry developing non-invasive physiological monitoring devices and research instrumentation to support drug discovery in his roles as Vice President for Research and Development at Sensor and Biohybrid Technologies, Director of Optics and Photonics at Radiation Monitoring Devices, and Director of Diagnostic Applications at Pendar Technologies. Dr. Wolf has extensive experience in optics, photonics, spectroscopy, cell biology, immunology, data modeling and numerical algorithm development. He currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Biophysical Journal and previously on the Modeling Board of the American Journal of Physiology. He was Director of the Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy course at the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, Massachusetts and co-editor of the book “Digital Microscopy,” now in its fourth edition.