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Dr. Colin Wozencraft

 

Year Appointed: 2020
University of Virginia, Religious Studies – B.A.
University of Oregon, Chemistry – Master of Science
Virginia Commonwealth University – MD

 

Dr. Wozencraft studied chemistry at the University of Oregon before completing medical school, residency, and fellowship training at VCU. He has served on faculty at VCU/MCV and the University of Alabama Birmingham, with a focus on teaching palliative medicine in developing regions of South East Asia and Africa.

Having now retired from medical education and patient care, Dr. Wozencraft is excited to join the CBGS community and return to chemistry. He believes that by challenging ourselves to understand the principles involved in chemistry and the natural sciences and to systematically evaluate what we observe, new opportunities for inventiveness can continually emerge.

In his spare time, Dr. Wozencraft enjoys sailing, and is learning about sustainable architecture for the Chesapeake bay region.

staff-ColinWozencraft
Dr. Colin Wozencraft

 

Year Appointed: 2020
University of Virginia, Religious Studies – B.A.
University of Oregon, Chemistry – Master of Science
Virginia Commonwealth University – MD

 

Dr. Wozencraft studied chemistry at the University of Oregon before completing medical school, residency, and fellowship training at VCU. He has served on faculty at VCU/MCV and the University of Alabama Birmingham, with a focus on teaching palliative medicine in developing regions of South East Asia and Africa.

Having now retired from medical education and patient care, Dr. Wozencraft is excited to join the CBGS community and return to chemistry. He believes that by challenging ourselves to understand the principles involved in chemistry and the natural sciences and to systematically evaluate what we observe, new opportunities for inventiveness can continually emerge.

In his spare time, Dr. Wozencraft enjoys sailing, and is learning about sustainable architecture for the Chesapeake bay region.

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